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Detroit Lions 1968 Drafted Players

The Detroit Lions drafted 16 players in the 1968 NFL draft. The players drafted were Greg Landry a QB drafted in round 1 out of Massachusetts, Earl McCullouch a WR drafted in round 1 out of USC, Jerry DePoyster a K drafted in round 2 out of Wyoming, Charlie Sanders a TE drafted in round 3 out of Minnesota, Ed Mooney a LB drafted in round 4 out of Texas Tech, Phil Odle a WR drafted in round 5 out of Brigham Young, Mike Spitzer drafted in round 6 out of San Jose State, Terry Miller a LB drafted in round 8 out of Illinois, Greg Barton a QB drafted in round 9 out of Tulsa, Granville Liggins drafted in round 10 out of Oklahoma, Dwight Little drafted in round 11 out of Kentucky, Ed Caruthers drafted in round 12 out of Arizona, Chuck Bailey drafted in round 13 out of Humboldt State, Richie Davis drafted in round 14 out of Upsala, Jim Oliver drafted in round 15 out of Colorado State and Bob Rokita drafted in round 16 out of Arizona State. View all of the players selected in the 1968 Lions NFL Draft.
1968 Detroit Lions Draft Picks
Round Selection Player Position College
1 11   Greg Landry QB   Massachusetts
1 24   Earl McCullouch WR   USC
2 37   Jerry DePoyster K   Wyoming
3 74   Charlie Sanders TE   Minnesota
4 93   Ed Mooney LB   Texas Tech
5 120   Phil Odle WR   Brigham Young
6 148   Mike Spitzer   San Jose State
8 202   Terry Miller LB   Illinois
9 229   Greg Barton QB   Tulsa
10 256   Granville Liggins   Oklahoma
11 283   Dwight Little   Kentucky
12 310   Ed Caruthers   Arizona
13 337   Chuck Bailey   Humboldt State
14 364   Richie Davis   Upsala
15 391   Jim Oliver   Colorado State
16 418   Bob Rokita   Arizona State
 
 
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