Bob St. Clair joined the San Francisco 49ers as a third-round draft selection in 1953.
At 6-9 and 265 pounds, St. Clair's mere presence on the football field tended to intimidate many opponents.
Extremely popular with the fans and his teammates, St. Clair served as the 49ers’ team captain in 1957, 1958 and 1959.
He was an outstanding blocker, both on passing plays and rushing attempts.
St. Clair was blessed with size, speed, intelligence and a genuine love of hitting and, using these traits to the maximum; his on-the-field trademarks became hostility, power, and strength.
St. Clair was named first- or second-team All-NFL nine times and was selected to play in five Pro Bowls.
St. Clair gives a wave during his Enshrinement Ceremony in 1990.
St. Clair acknowledging the crowd after receiving his Gold Jacket.
St. Clair shows off his Gold Jacket during the 2013 Gold Jacket Dinner.
St. Clair posing with kids during the HOF Ambassador Program.
St. Clair posing with his bust and the rest of the Class of 1990.
St. Clair's HOF Mural.
St. Clair's HOF Bust.