Terry Baker is not alone among accomplished performers in college today. Of at least two dozen other superb athletes in big and small schools, here are the best.
Reginald Carolan, Idaho end: Ranked sixth nationally with 33 pass receptions last year. Starting forward on basketball team, was second high on team with 125 rebounds. Competes in shotput, discus and hurdles on track team. Has 3.0 average in physical education. Home: San Anselmo, Calif.
Ernie Davis, Syracuse halfback: Made All-America last year, also rallied losing basketball team, averaging 10.2 points per game. Is a C student in economics. Home: Elmira, N.Y.
Roman Gabriel, North Carolina State quarterback: All-America in 1960, completed 105 of 186 passes for 1,182 yards and eight TDs. Played center field on baseball team, hitting five home runs and leading team in RBIs. High-B student in school of education. Home: Wilmington, N.C.
Ronnie Goodwin, Baylor halfback: Southwest's leading receiver last year and team's second-leading rusher, carrying ball 76 times for 343 yards and three TDs. A third baseman on baseball team, led conference batting with .419 average. Has a B-minus average in business. Home: Odessa, Texas.
Curtis McClinton, Kansas halfback: Gained 861 yards rushing in two years, led team in pass receiving in 1960. In track, won His; Fight 60-yard high hurdles, runner-up in outdoor high hurdles. Studying voice, hopes to be concert singer. Home: Wichita.
Pat Richter, Wisconsin end: First man in 36 years to win Wisconsin varsity letters in three sports, tied school record last year for most passes caught (25). Center on the basketball team, plays first base and outfield on baseball team with .398 batting average, including 13 doubles, four triples and seven home runs. A C-plus student in school of commerce. Home: Madison.
Bobby Lee Smith, UCLA halfback: Scored three TDs, kicked extra point, ran for 178 yards in 19-6 victory over Air Force. In track, broad jumped 24 feet � inches, ran low hurdles in 23.8, 100 in 9.8, is B-minus student. Home: Compton, Calif.