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Elmer Wingate

Elmer Wingate
Born (1928-10-26) October 26, 1928 (age 85)
Baltimore, Maryland
Height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Weight 235 pounds (107 kg)
Position(s) End
College Maryland (1947–1950)
NFL Draft 1951 / Round 4
Teams
1953 Baltimore Colts

Elmer Horsey Wingate is a former American football player. Wingate was drafted by the New York Yanks in the fourth round of the 1951 NFL Draft and played for one season with the Baltimore Colts.

Early life and college career

Wingate was born in 1928 in Baltimore, Maryland and attended high school at the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. He then went on to college at the University of Maryland.[1] While there, Wingate played football for the Maryland Terrapins as a defensive end. In 1947, he was the team's receiving leader with 12 receptions for 145 yards and three touchdowns. In 1948, Wingate repeated as the Terrapins' leader receiver with nine receptions for 32 yards and three touchdowns,[2] and was named an honorable mention All-American. In 1950, Wingate was named to the All-Southern Conference team.[3] At Maryland, Wingate also played on the lacrosse team as a defenseman in 1950 and 1951. He was named to the All-American second-team in 1951.[4]

Later life

After graduation, Wingate served in the United States Air Force and played football for the Bolling Air Force Base football team.[5] He saw service in the Korean War.[6]

Wingate was selected in the fourth round of the 1951 NFL Draft, 46th overall, by the New York Yanks. He eventually entered the league to play for the Baltimore Colts in 1953. While in the NFL, Wingate saw action in twelve games.[1]

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