Charles "Tuck" Spaulding III
"Interaction with teammates and coaches, who were all on the same page as it relates to Christian Science and the sport, is what I value most."
The leading ball carrier in the history of Principia College football, Tuck gained 1,150 rushing yards in 1967, becoming the first Principian to gain over 1,000 yards in a single season. Named an NAIA All-American in 1967, Tuck also received the Howard L. Mitchell Athletic Award. He ended his twenty-five-game collegiate career with a record-breaking 3,050 yards.