Sandy Fischer, Brent Price, James Trapp among Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2023 inductees

James Trapp

Trapp attended Lawton High before graduating and heading to Clemson, where he was a football and track star. Trapp was a 14-time ACC Champion and 10-time All-American sprinter in college. He was the 200-meter indoor national champion in 1992 and a four-year letterman in football. The Los Angeles Raiders selected him in the 1993 NFL Draft, and he spent six seasons with the franchise. He played for the Baltimore Ravens from 1999-2002 and was a part of their 2000 team that won the Super Bowl. His list of accolades in track include a 200-meter title at the 1993 World Athletics Indoor Championships. He was also an alternate on Team USA’s 4×100-meter relay squad in the 1992 Olympics.