Jime Roseboro

Although his brother was more well-known, Jim Roseboro carved out a successful career as a football player, businessman and politician. The younger brother of former Major League catcher John Roseboro starred at Ashland High School in the early 1950s, gaining All-Ohio honors. Roseboro enrolled at Ohio State and played halfback under legendary coach Woody Hayes. In 1957, he signed with the Ottawa Rough Riders, seeing action in only one game. He later played semi-pro ball with the Cleveland Bulldogs of the United Football League. After football, Roseboro became a high school coach in both Cleveland and Columbus. He then went on to a career as a businessman, consultant and political lobbyist. He served four years on the Columbus City Council.