Inducted 1951

William "Clarke" Hinkle was said to have a combination of power and speed that was rare for his day. He was also a versatile player for the Green Bay Packers, playing fullback, linebacker and kicker.
Hinkle starred for the Packers from 1932-41. He made All Pro four times and led the team in scoring in 1937-38. In 1938, he also led the NFL in scoring with 58 points.
Hinkle's versatility earned him selection to the NFL All Time 2-Way Team in 1994.