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San Diego Chargers 1971 Drafted Players

The San Diego Chargers drafted 17 players in the 1971 NFL draft. The players drafted were Leon Burns a RB drafted in round 1 out of Long Beach State, Mike Montgomery a RB drafted in round 3 out of Kansas State, Bryant Salter a DB drafted in round 5 out of Pittsburgh, Ray White a LB drafted in round 5 out of Syracuse, Phil Asack drafted in round 5 out of Duke, Jacob Mayes drafted in round 6 out of Tennessee State, Chuck Dicus a WR drafted in round 7 out of Arkansas, Leon VanGorkum drafted in round 8 out of San Diego State, John Tanner a LB drafted in round 9 out of Tennessee Tech, Gary Nowak a TE drafted in round 10 out of Michigan State, Don Pinson drafted in round 11 out of Tennessee State, Wesley Garnett drafted in round 12 out of Utah State, Sammy Milner drafted in round 13 out of Mississippi State, Ed O'Daniel drafted in round 14 out of Texas Southern, Eric Humston drafted in round 15 out of Muskingum, Ed Foote drafted in round 16 out of Hawaii and Chip Kell drafted in round 17 out of Tennessee. View all of the players selected in the 1971 Chargers NFL Draft.
1971 San Diego Chargers Draft Picks
Round Selection Player Position College
1 13   Leon Burns RB   Long Beach State
3 65   Mike Montgomery RB   Kansas State
5 115   Bryant Salter DB   Pittsburgh
5 117   Ray White LB   Syracuse
5 119   Phil Asack   Duke
6 143   Jacob Mayes   Tennessee State
7 169   Chuck Dicus WR   Arkansas
8 195   Leon VanGorkum   San Diego State
9 221   John Tanner LB   Tennessee Tech
10 247   Gary Nowak TE   Michigan State
11 273   Don Pinson   Tennessee State
12 299   Wesley Garnett   Utah State
13 325   Sammy Milner   Mississippi State
14 351   Ed O'Daniel   Texas Southern
15 377   Eric Humston   Muskingum
16 403   Ed Foote   Hawaii
17 429   Chip Kell   Tennessee
 
 
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