McKalip , Bill
Bill "Wild Bill" McKalip was born June 5, 1907 in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. He played end for Oregon State University from 1926 to 1928. His senior year he was voted All-Pacific Coast first team, All-Northwest First Team and All-Coast second team. He played in the 1930 East-West Shrine game and later played professional football for Portsmouth and Detroit. He was a three time NFL All-Pro having played from 1931 to 1932 for Portsmouth and played for Detroit in 1934 and 1936. During his professional career he played end, defensive end, wingback and defensive back. He caught 24 passes for 478 yards and a 19.9 per reception average. McKalip rushed 70 times for 39 yards. In 1990, he enshrined in the Oregon State University Sports Hall of Fame and in 1991 he was inducted into the State of Oregon Sports Hall of Fame.