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Houston Oilers 1968 Drafted Players

The Houston Oilers drafted 14 players in the 1968 NFL draft. Of the 14 players selected 3 played offense and 4 played defense. The players drafted were Mac Haik a WR drafted in round 2 out of Mississippi, Elvin Bethea a DL drafted in round 3 out of North Carolina A&T, Jim Beirne a TE drafted in round 4 out of Purdue, Bob Longo drafted in round 5 out of Pittsburgh, Paul Toscano drafted in round 7 out of Wyoming, Bob Robertson a OL drafted in round 9 out of Illinois, Joe Peace drafted in round 10 out of Louisiana Tech, Tom Domres a DL drafted in round 10 out of Wisconsin, Bill Halley drafted in round 11 out of La Verne, Barry Lischner drafted in round 12 out of Missouri, Jimmy Dousay drafted in round 13 out of Louisiana State, Rich Stotter a LB drafted in round 14 out of Houston, Bob Smith a DB drafted in round 16 out of Miami (Ohio) and Billy Alsbrooks drafted in round 17 out of North Carolina Central. View all of the players selected in the 1968 Oilers NFL Draft.
1968 Houston Oilers Draft Picks
Round Selection Player Position College
2 49   Mac Haik WR   Mississippi
3 77   Elvin Bethea DL   North Carolina A&T
4 105   Jim Beirne TE   Purdue
5 133   Bob Longo   Pittsburgh
7 187   Paul Toscano   Wyoming
9 224   Bob Robertson OL   Illinois
10 263   Joe Peace   Louisiana Tech
10 268   Tom Domres DL   Wisconsin
11 295   Bill Halley   La Verne
12 322   Barry Lischner   Missouri
13 349   Jimmy Dousay   Louisiana State
14 376   Rich Stotter LB   Houston
16 430   Bob Smith DB   Miami (Ohio)
17 457   Billy Alsbrooks   North Carolina Central
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