Athlete- 2019 (1965)
When Tom Osborne scouted an eight man player at Malcolm and saw him score six touchdowns in six carries, he knew Larry Frost was special. Frost set national records scoring 121 touchdowns and 765 points in his high school career, including nine touchdowns in a game. He was the first eight-man player to earn Player of the game honors in the Shrine Bowl. A versatile athlete earning 12 athletic letters at Malcolm, he is believed to be the school’s all-time leading scorer in basketball. He also won three silver medals in the 100-yard dash and placed in the 220 and 440 at the State Track Meet. At Nebraska, he was a two-year starter at wingback before becoming a successful high school coach.