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Kansas City Chiefs 1969 Drafted Players

The Kansas City Chiefs drafted 18 players in the 1969 NFL draft. The players drafted were Jim Marsalis a DB drafted in round 1 out of Tennessee State, Ed Podolak a RB drafted in round 2 out of Iowa, Morris Stroud a TE drafted in round 3 out of Clark Atlanta, Jack Rudnay a OL drafted in round 4 out of Northwestern, Bob Stein a LB drafted in round 5 out of Minnesota, John Pleasant drafted in round 6 out of Alabama State, Tom Nettles drafted in round 7 out of San Diego State, Clanton King drafted in round 8 out of Purdue, Maurice LeBlanc drafted in round 8 out of Louisiana State, Dan Klepper drafted in round 9 out of Nebraska-Omaha, John Sponheimer drafted in round 10 out of Cornell, Skip Wupper drafted in round 11 out of C.W. Post, John Lavin drafted in round 12 out of Notre Dame, Rich Piland drafted in round 13 out of Virginia Tech, Al Bream drafted in round 14 out of Iowa, Leland Winston drafted in round 15 out of Rice, Eural Johnson drafted in round 16 out of Prairie View A&M and Ralph Jenkins drafted in round 17 out of Tuskegee. View all of the players selected in the 1969 Chiefs NFL Draft.
1969 Kansas City Chiefs Draft Picks
Round Selection Player Position College
1 23   Jim Marsalis DB   Tennessee State
2 48   Ed Podolak RB   Iowa
3 76   Morris Stroud TE   Clark Atlanta
4 101   Jack Rudnay OL   Northwestern
5 126   Bob Stein LB   Minnesota
6 155   John Pleasant   Alabama State
7 179   Tom Nettles   San Diego State
8 204   Clanton King   Purdue
8 206   Maurice LeBlanc   Louisiana State
9 231   Dan Klepper   Nebraska-Omaha
10 257   John Sponheimer   Cornell
11 282   Skip Wupper   C.W. Post
12 309   John Lavin   Notre Dame
13 335   Rich Piland   Virginia Tech
14 360   Al Bream   Iowa
15 388   Leland Winston   Rice
16 413   Eural Johnson   Prairie View A&M
17 438   Ralph Jenkins   Tuskegee
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