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Detroit Lions 1970 Drafted Players

The Detroit Lions drafted 15 players in the 1970 NFL draft. Of the 15 players selected 4 played offense, 3 played defense and 1 played special teams. The players drafted were Steve Owens a RB drafted in round 1 out of Oklahoma, Ray Parson a OL drafted in round 2 out of Minnesota, Jim Mitchell a DL drafted in round 3 out of Virginia State, Bob Parker drafted in round 5 out of Memphis, Tony Terry drafted in round 6 out of USC, Ken Geddes a LB drafted in round 7 out of Nebraska, Herman Weaver a P drafted in round 9 out of Tennessee, Bruce Maxwell a RB drafted in round 10 out of Arkansas, Roger Laird drafted in round 11 out of Kentucky, Emanuel Murrell drafted in round 12 out of Cal Poly-S.L.O., Dave Haverdick a DL drafted in round 13 out of Morehead State, Charlie Brown a WR drafted in round 14 out of Northern Arizona, Bob Haney drafted in round 15 out of Idaho, Jerry Todd drafted in round 16 out of Memphis and Jim Marshall drafted in round 17 out of Centenary. View all of the players selected in the 1970 Lions NFL Draft.
1970 Detroit Lions Draft Picks
Round Selection Player Position College
1 19   Steve Owens RB   Oklahoma
2 45   Ray Parson OL   Minnesota
3 71   Jim Mitchell DL   Virginia State
5 123   Bob Parker   Memphis
6 149   Tony Terry   USC
7 175   Ken Geddes LB   Nebraska
9 227   Herman Weaver P   Tennessee
10 253   Bruce Maxwell RB   Arkansas
11 279   Roger Laird   Kentucky
12 305   Emanuel Murrell   Cal Poly-S.L.O.
13 331   Dave Haverdick DL   Morehead State
14 357   Charlie Brown WR   Northern Arizona
15 383   Bob Haney   Idaho
16 409   Jerry Todd   Memphis
17 435   Jim Marshall   Centenary
 
 
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