Just in time for the twilight of Ringo's career, Vince Lombardi arrived on the scene and Ringo was able to share in two World Championships before he retired.
Ringo was inducted into the Packer Hall of Fame in 1974.
He also has the distinction of being the only Orangeman to last more than a season in Green Bay. It seems that the Packers pick up a Syracuse product once a decade, whether they need one or not. They drafted Tim Moresco in the sixth round (149th overall) of the 1977 draft, and the DB spent one season in Green Bay.
DT Paul Frase came to GB for one year, 1997, via free agency, while running back Larry Morris played in 1987.
Here are the rest of the Packers' draft picks out of Syracuse, including two in 1958. None of the following picks landed a roster spot.
1965 - Wally Mahle, HB, 4th round, 52
1958 - Mike Bill, C, 8th, 86th overall; and Charles Strid, G, 18th, 206
1954- Bob Fleck,T,2nd round, 15th