Thomas Franklin McDonald (July 26, 1934-September 24, 2018) (WR) played halfback at the University of Oklahoma where he never played in a losing game, was a two-time All-American and became the first Sooner to score for scrimmage in every game of the year, a feat he achieved in 1955. The Philadelphia Eagles took the 1956 Maxwell Award winner in the third round of the 1957 NFL Draft out of Oklahoma. He played primarily as a punt returner early on and was later moved to wide receiver where he quickly became one of the best in the league. Tommy led the NFL in touchdowns (9) in his second seasons and again in 1961, when he also led the league in receiving yards (1,144) and yards per game (81.7). McDonald played 12 years for the Eagles (1957-1963), the Dallas Cowboys (1964), the Los Angeles Rams (1965-1966), the Atlanta Falcons (1967) and the Cleveland Browns (1968). The six-time NFL Pro Bowl flanker helped lead the Eagles to the 1960 NFL Championship with a 17-13 victory over the Green Bay Packers. Tommy McDonald amassed 8,410 career receiving yards and 84 touchdowns on 495 receptions in 152 games. He added 404 punt return yards and one touchdown on 73 returns and 1,055 kickoff return yards on 51 returns. Tommy scored a total of 510 points on 85 all-purpose touchdowns. Tommy McDonald was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1985 and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1998.