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New England Patriots 1974 Drafted Players

The New England Patriots drafted 14 players in the 1974 NFL draft. Of the 14 players selected 2 played offense, 3 played defense and 1 played special teams. The players drafted were Steve Corbett a OL drafted in round 2 out of Boston College, Steve Nelson a LB drafted in round 2 out of North Dakota State, Andy Johnson a RB drafted in round 5 out of Georgia, Charles Battle drafted in round 5 out of Grambling State, Chuck Ramsey a P drafted in round 6 out of Wake Forest, Maury Damkroger a LB drafted in round 7 out of Nebraska, Ed McCartney drafted in round 9 out of Northeastern State (Okla.), Archie Gibson drafted in round 11 out of Utah State, Eddie Foster drafted in round 12 out of Oklahoma, Phil Bennett drafted in round 13 out of Boston College, Cecil Bowens drafted in round 14 out of Kentucky, Sam Hunt a LB drafted in round 15 out of Stephen F. Austin St., Lucious Selmon drafted in round 16 out of Oklahoma and Gary Hudson drafted in round 17 out of Boston College. View all of the players selected in the 1974 Patriots NFL Draft.
1974 New England Patriots Draft Picks
Round Selection Player Position College
2 30   Steve Corbett OL   Boston College
2 34   Steve Nelson LB   North Dakota State
5 112   Andy Johnson RB   Georgia
5 124   Charles Battle   Grambling State
6 141   Chuck Ramsey P   Wake Forest
7 178   Maury Damkroger LB   Nebraska
9 209   Ed McCartney   Northeastern State (Okla.)
11 268   Archie Gibson   Utah State
12 296   Eddie Foster   Oklahoma
13 321   Phil Bennett   Boston College
14 346   Cecil Bowens   Kentucky
15 374   Sam Hunt LB   Stephen F. Austin St.
16 399   Lucious Selmon   Oklahoma
17 424   Gary Hudson   Boston College
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