Marv Luster

Inducted in 1990

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College Team: University of California, Los Angeles
Marvin Luster played university football at UCLA, and was the outstanding player of the game in the 1961 All-American Graduation Bowl.

       Luster was an excellent player on offence and defensive, winning all-star honours at both positions. During his first five seasons, Luster caught 113 passes for 1,963 yards and 11 touchdowns.

       Toronto coach Leo Cahill said, “Experts don’t always notice what luster does for us . . . He calls our defensive signals and has a great attitude . . . He’s absolutely one of the finest players in the country.”

       Marvin Luster finished his career with a Grey Cup victory with the Montreal Alouettes over the Edmonton Eskimos in 1974.


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College Team: University of California, Los Angeles



Playing Career
Montreal Alouettes
1961 - 1964, 1973, 1974
Toronto Argonauts
1964 - 1972

Awards/Honours

—All-Eastern Offensive End
1961, 1962

—All-Eastern Defensive Back
1966 - 1972

—All-Canadian Defensive Back
1966, 1968 - 1972

—Grey Cup Participation
1971, 1974

—Grey Cup Winning Team
1974


Class of 1990
—Jim Corrigal
—Dave Fennell
—Marv Luster
—Eagle Keys
—Ken Preston