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New England Patriots 1979 Drafted Players

The New England Patriots drafted 9 players in the 1979 NFL draft. Of the 9 players selected 3 played offense, 4 played defense and 1 played special teams. The players drafted were Rick Sanford a DB drafted in round 1 out of South Carolina, Bob Golic a DL drafted in round 2 out of Notre Dame, Eddie Hare a P drafted in round 4 out of Tulsa, John Zamberlin a LB drafted in round 5 out of Pacific Lutheran, Judson Flint a DB drafted in round 7 out of California (PA), Randy Love a RB drafted in round 8 out of Houston, John Spagnola a TE drafted in round 9 out of Yale, Martin Cox drafted in round 10 out of Vanderbilt and Allan Clark a RB drafted in round 10 out of Northern Arizona. View all of the players selected in the 1979 Patriots NFL Draft.
1979 New England Patriots Draft Picks
Round Selection Player Position College
1 25   Rick Sanford DB   South Carolina
2 52   Bob Golic DL   Notre Dame
4 106   Eddie Hare P   Tulsa
5 135   John Zamberlin LB   Pacific Lutheran
7 177   Judson Flint DB   California (PA)
8 216   Randy Love RB   Houston
9 245   John Spagnola TE   Yale
10 270   Martin Cox   Vanderbilt
10 271   Allan Clark RB   Northern Arizona
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