Ray Renfro was an All-America halfback in 1951 at North Texas where he also ran a 9.5 in the 100-yard dash and was on sprint relay teams that swept the Texas, Kansas, and Drake Relays. Forty years after his NFL playing career, Ray Renfro still figured prominently as a receiver in the Cleveland Browns record book. During his 12 seasons with the Browns (1952-1963) he averaged 19.6 yards per catch and had 55 career touchdowns. Renfro played on two NFL championship teams (1954, 1955) and in three more title games. The fourth round draft choice also played in three Pro Bowls. He was an assistant coach with the Dallas Cowboys for five seasons (1968-1972) and was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame in 1995.