McCoy was one of the Generals biggest sports stars of the early 1969s and went on to star on the football field for the Ohio State Buckeyes.
A spot in the WCSHOF is probably long overdue for McCoy, who was a three-sport standout for Wooster High School before graduating in 1963.
In football he topped 1,100 yards rushing in just nine games as a senior for a 7-3 team coached by Roman Majerczak.
He was also a standout basketball player in the winters for Wooster.
In track, McCoy set the school shot put record with a heave of 53 ½ feet that stood all the way into the early 1990s.
He also held the discus records for a short time.
After an incredible final year at Wooster, McCoy was voted as Generals All-Sports Outstanding Senior Athlete in 1963.
McCoy really added to his legacy as a three-year letter winner on the gridiron for Ohio State. The bruiser lettered as a full-back as a sophomore before being moved to linebacker his final two seasons.
It was on defense where McCoy became a hero to the entire Buckeye state for a time.
He is credited with making the game-saving tackle for Ohio State at its own 3-yard line to preserve a 9-7 win over Michigan in 1965.