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Vernon Uecker (Inducted - 1986)
  • Hometown - New Braunfels, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1954-56)

Accolades:
  • Member of the 1957 Cotton Bowl Championship Team
  • Played in the 1956 Cotton Bowl
  • Member of the 1955 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1956)
  • Played in the CFL for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers during the 1957 season


Johnny Vaught (Inducted - 1971)
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sport - Football and Baseball (1930-32)

Accolades:
  • All-American selection (1932)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1931 | 1932)
  • Honored with the Rogers Trophy (1932)
  • Became legendary head football coach at the University of Mississippi
  • Member of the 1932 Southwest Conference Championship Team


Elbert "Flash" Walker
  • Sports - Football, Basketball and Baseball (1932-34)

Accolades:
  • Earned three letters in football (1932-34)
  • Earned three letters in baseball (1932-34)
  • Earned three letters in basketball (1932-34)


Dale Walker (Inducted - 1994)
  • Hometown - Lampassas, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1956-58)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1958)
  • Honored with the 1958 Rogers Trophy
  • Member of the 1957 Cotton Bowl Championship Team
  • Played in the 1959 Cotton Bowl
  • Member of the 1958 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Served as team captain during the 1958 season


Jewell Wallace
  • Sports - Football, Basketball, Baseball and Track and Field (1930-34)

Accolades:
  • Only coach in Texas sports history to capture three state championships at three different schools
  • Selected as Texas High School Football Coach of the Year on two occasions
  • Earned four letters in four different sports at TCU


William T. Walls Jr.
  • Hometown - Little Rock, Arkansas
  • Sports - Football, Basketball and Baseball (1934-37)

Accolades:
  • Member of the 1935 National Championship Team in football
  • Led the Frogs in scoring during the 1936-37 season in basketball
  • All-Southwest Conference in selection in baseball (1935)
  • Played for the New York Giants (1937-45)
  • Member of the 1938 World Champion New York Giants
  • Served as a coach for the Dallas Texans and Pittsburgh Steelers


Carl Warwick
  • Hometown - Dallas, Texas
  • Sport - Baseball (1956-57)

Accolades:
  • All-American selection (1957)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1956 | 1957)
  • Led the Southwest Conference in both stolen bases and fielding percentage (1956 | 1957)
  • Played in the major leagues for the Los Angeles Dodgers (1961), St. Louis Cardinals (1961-62, 64-65), Houston Colt .45s (1962-63), Baltimore Orioles (1965) and Chicago Cubs (1966)
  • Member of the 1964 World Series Champion St. Louis Cardinals


Stanley Washington
  • Hometown - Dallas, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1979-82)

Accolades:
  • All-American selection (1981)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1981)
  • Ranks third in the all-time TCU record books for receiving yards (2,209 yards)
  • Played in the 1982 Hula Bowl and 1982 Blue-Grey Game
  • Played in the CFL for the Montreal Concordes (1984), Saskatchawan Roughriders (1984) and Toronto Argonauts (1985)


Fred Washington
  • Hometown - Denison, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1986-89)

Accolades:
  • Selected to the 1989 Senior Bowl
  • Played in the 1989 Blue-Grey Game
  • Honored with the 1989 Rogers Trophy
  • Ranks seventh in the TCU record books for career yards for loss in tackles
  • Selected by the Chicago Bears in the 1990 NFL Draft


Johnny Washmon (Inducted - 1973)
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sports - Football and Baseball (1924-26)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1925 | 1926)
  • Served as team captain in football during the 1926 season


Allie White (Inducted - 1970)
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1936-38)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1938)
  • Member of the 1938 National Championship Team
  • Member of the 1937 Cotton Bowl Championship Team
  • Member of the 1939 Sugar Bowl Championship Team
  • Played for the Philadelphia Eagles (1939)
  • Served as an assistant coach with the TCU football program


Joe Williams (Inducted - 1996)
  • Hometown - Greenville, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1954-56)

Accolades:
  • Academic All-American selection (1955)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1955 | 1956)
  • Served as team captain during the 1956 season
  • Played in the 1957 Senior Bowl
  • Member of the 1955 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Member of the 1957 Cotton Bowl Championship Team


Morgan Williams
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1951-53)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1952 | 1953)
  • Honored with the 1953 Rogers Trophy
  • Played in the 1954 East-West Shrine Game
  • Played in the 1954 Hula Bowl and 1954 College All-Star Game
  • Member of the 1951 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Played in the 1952 Cotton Bowl


Bernard C. Williams
  • Sports - Football, Basketball and Baseball (1924-28)

Accolades:
  • Served as team captain in football during the 1927 season
  • Former President of TCU Lettermen's Association


Roger Williams
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sport - Baseball (1968-71)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1968)
  • Named to TCU's All-Decade Team for the 1960's
  • Selected by the Atlanta Braves in the 1971 Draft
  • Served as both TCU's head baseball coach (1976) and assistant coach (1974-75)


Frank Windegger
  • Hometown - St. Louis, Missouri
  • Sports - Football and Baseball (1954-56)

Accolades:
  • Member of the 1957 Cotton Bowl Championship Team
  • Only Horned Frog to have his number retired in baseball
  • Served as TCU's head baseball coach for 14 seasons (1962-75)
  • Led the Frogs to four Southwest Conference Championships (1963 | 1966 | 1967 | 1972)
  • Selected as the NBCAA District VI and Southwest Conference Coach of the Year (1972)
  • Served as TCU's Athletic Director (1976-97)


Kenneth Wineburg
  • Hometown - Odessa, Texas
  • Sports - Football, Baseball and Track and Field (1954-56)

Accolades:
  • Key member of Frogs' team contributed in rushing, receiving, punting and interceptions
  • Member of the 1955 Southwest Conference Championship Team


Raymond "Bear" Wolf (Inducted - 1969)
  • Hometown - Houston, Texas
  • Sports - Football and Baseball (1925-27)

Accolades:
  • All-American selection in baseball (1927)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection in baseball (1925 | 1926 | 1927)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection in football (1926)
  • Played professional baseball for the Cincinnati Reds (1927)


Shawn Worthen (Inducted - 2011)
  • Hometown - San Antonio, Texas
  • Sport - Football

Accolades:
  • All-American in 1988
  • All-American in 2000
  • Three-time All-Western Athletic Conference Selection
  • Drafted by the Minnesota Vikings and played four seasons in the NFL
  • Helped TCU lead the nation in total defense and scoring defense in 2000


L.C. "Pete" Wright
  • Sports - Football and Track and Field (1904-08)

Accolades:
  • Lettered in football (1904-1907)
  • Lettered in track and field (1908)
  • Served as TCU's Athletics Director (1922-31)
  • Became University Business Manager (1931-55)
  • Honored with the 1959 Most Valuable Alumnus Award


Herb Zimmerman
  • Hometown - Mount Vernon, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1949-51)

Accolades:
  • Member of the 1951 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1950 | 1951)
  • Honorable mention All-American selection (1951)
  • Selected as the Associated Press Lineman of the Week following the 1951 contest against Rice