Paul Dryden Warfield (November 28, 1942-) (WR) had speed, strength and agility that made him a star halfback and defensive back in high school and at Ohio State University where he was a two-time All-Big Ten halfback. He competed in track and field sprinting, jumping and hurdling events, giving him the tools he needed to become one of the elite wide receivers of the 1960s in the NFL. The Cleveland Browns took Paul with the 11th overall pick of the 1964 NFL Draft. As a rookie, Warfield caught 52 passes for 920 receiving yards and nine touchdowns. His blazing speed great hands along the outside were and excellent alternative to the rumbling, power rushing up the middle of Hall of Fame back, Jim Brown. Paul played thirteen seasons with the Browns (1964-1969, 1976-1977) and the Miami Dolphins (1970-1974). During his time in Cleveland, the Browns played for two league championships (1964, 1965) and won the 1964 NFL League Championship over the Baltimore Colts, Warfield’s rookie season. Warfield led the NFL twice in touchdowns. Paul was traded to the Miami Dolphins in what proved to be a lopsided move as the Browns received a draft pick (used to select Mike Phipps, quarterback from Purdue). Phipps had little success with the Browns while Warfield helped the Dolphins to three consecutive title games (1971-1973) and was instrumental in Super Bowls VII and VIII wins against the Redskins and Vikings, respectively. Paul was a six-time NFL All-Pro First Team selection and was named to eight NFL Pro Bowl appearances. Paul Warfield finished his career with 8,769 yards from scrimmage, including 8,565 receiving yards, had 86 all-purpose touchdowns and 516 total points. Paul Warfield was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1983.