John Frank played tight end in two Super Bowl championships during his five-year career with the San Francisco 49ers.
He retired from football to focus on medical school, becoming a board-certified Otolaryngologist.
While playing at The Ohio State University, he set a school record for receptions by a tight end and was All-Big Ten as a junior and senior.
He is tied for 15th on the all-time Ohio State receiving list and was voted the team most valuable player (MVP) as a senior.
Frank was also a two-time Academic All-American and was a Rhodes Scholar nominee as a senior.
He co founded the Israeli Bobsled Team, and has been inducted into the Ohio State Athletic Hall of Fame, the National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, and the Western Pennsylvania Jewish Sports Hall of Fame.