Grayson Hajash
Date of birth: 1925
Place of birth: Mátramindszent, Hungary
Career information
Position(s): Running Back, Defensive Back
College: University of Alberta
 As player:
1949 Calgary Stampeders
Career highlights and awards
Honours: 1994 - University of Alberta Sports Hall of Fame

Grayson "Mickey" Hajash was a running back with the Calgary Stampeders in the Canadian Football League.

Hajash, perhaps the first CFL player born in Hungary, was a star with the Alberta Golden Bears.[1] He played one season with the Stamps, including the 1949 Grey Cup.[2] He later established the Grayson (Mickey) Hajash Athletic Award.[3] An engineer, he had a long career in oil exploration.[4]


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