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Detroit Lions 1971 Drafted Players

The Detroit Lions drafted 18 players in the 1971 NFL draft. The players drafted were Bob Bell a DL drafted in round 1 out of Cincinnati, Dave Thompson a OL drafted in round 2 out of Clemson, Charlie Weaver a LB drafted in round 2 out of USC, Al Clark a DB drafted in round 3 out of Eastern Michigan, Larry Woods a DL drafted in round 4 out of Tennessee State, Pete Newell drafted in round 5 out of Michigan, Frank Harris drafted in round 6 out of Boston College, Herman Franklin drafted in round 6 out of USC, Brownie Wheless drafted in round 7 out of Rice, Ken Lee a LB drafted in round 8 out of Washington, Mickey Zofko a RB drafted in round 9 out of Auburn, Phil Webb drafted in round 11 out of Colorado State, Bill Pilconis drafted in round 12 out of Pittsburgh, David Abercrombie drafted in round 13 out of Tulane, Tom Lorenz drafted in round 14 out of Iowa State, Ed Coates drafted in round 15 out of Central Missouri State, Tom Kutchinsky drafted in round 16 out of Michigan State and Gordon Jolley a OL drafted in round 17 out of Utah. View all of the players selected in the 1971 Lions NFL Draft.
1971 Detroit Lions Draft Picks
Round Selection Player Position College
1 21   Bob Bell DL   Cincinnati
2 30   Dave Thompson OL   Clemson
2 48   Charlie Weaver LB   USC
3 72   Al Clark DB   Eastern Michigan
4 100   Larry Woods DL   Tennessee State
5 125   Pete Newell   Michigan
6 150   Frank Harris   Boston College
6 152   Herman Franklin   USC
7 177   Brownie Wheless   Rice
8 204   Ken Lee LB   Washington
9 229   Mickey Zofko RB   Auburn
11 281   Phil Webb   Colorado State
12 308   Bill Pilconis   Pittsburgh
13 332   David Abercrombie   Tulane
14 360   Tom Lorenz   Iowa State
15 385   Ed Coates   Central Missouri State
16 411   Tom Kutchinsky   Michigan State
17 436   Gordon Jolley OL   Utah
 
 
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