Athletics Hall of Fame
Tom attended Bullis for a post-graduate year after a brilliant career at Montgomery Blair High School. A true three sport athlete, he played football, captained the basketball team and was an outstanding baseball player.
After graduation, Tommy attended the University of Maryland where he starred in both football and baseball. In his senior year, he went straight from the campus at Maryland to be the starting first baseman on opening day for the Washington Senators. After one year of organized baseball, he turned his talents to professional football where he starred from 1964 - 1969 as a defensive back with the Green Bay Packers. Tom was a key member of Vince Lombardi's Super Bowl I and II Championship teams. Tommy holds a unique record in athletics in that he is the only person in professional sports to have played major league baseball and to have participated in the Super Bowl.