|OTTAWA ROUGH RIDERS||1962 - 1970|
AWARDS AND HONOURS
|GRUEN AWARD FOR BEING THE MOST OUTSTANDING CANADIAN ROOKIE IN THE EASTERN DIVISION||1962|
|ALL-EASTERN FLANKER (WIDE RECEIVER)||1966 - 1968|
|ALL-CANADIAN FLANKER (WIDE RECEIVER)||1967|
|GREY CUP PARTICIPATION||1966, 1968, 1969|
|GREY CUP WINNING TEAMS||1968, 1969|
Whit Tucker was all-city in football and basketball and received the Royal Arcanum trophy as Windsor's outstanding high school athlete in 1959.
At the University of Western, Tucker was named a Senior Intercolligate All-Star halfback and a Western Most Valuable Player in 1961.
In 1967, Tucker had four consecutive 100-yard games and amassed 1,171 that season.
In Ottawa, Tucker became known as a game breaker - averaging 22.4 yards per reception. Tucker scored touchdowns on 19 per cent of his receptions and was runner-up for the Outstanding Canadian award in 1968.
Whit Tucker is a member of the University of Western Ontario Hall of Fame.
INDUCTED 1993 - PLAYER