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Bob Toneff

While a member of the Barberton High football team, which captured the 1947 Ohio championship, Bob Toneff was an all-state. At Notre Dame, he earned All-American honors at tackle, was a standout in the annual East-West Shrine Game and was named most valuable lineman in the College All-Star Game in Chicago and the Hula Bowl. Drafted by the San Francisco 49ers, Toneff was named Rookie of the Year in 1952. He was a frequent member of the All-Pro squad for both San Francisco and the Washington Redskins during a 13-year career which ended with retirement in 1965.

Inducted 1969 | Football