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1957 Drafted Quarterbacks

There were 8 Quarterbacks drafted in the 1957 NFL draft. The highest drafted QB was John Brodie drafted in round 1 out of Stanford by the San Francisco 49ers. The 1957 drafted Quarterbacks were Len Dawson drafted in round 1 out of Purdue by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Paul Hornung drafted in round 1 out of Notre Dame by the Green Bay Packers, Milt Plum drafted in round 2 out of Penn State by the Cleveland Browns, Ronnie Knox drafted in round 3 out of UCLA by the Chicago Bears, Sonny Jurgensen drafted in round 4 out of Duke by the Philadelphia Eagles, Jack Kemp drafted in round 16 out of Occidental by the Detroit Lions and Tom Dimitroff drafted in round 23 out of Miami (Ohio) by the Cleveland Browns. View all of the Quarterbacks selected in the 1957 Draft.
1957 Drafted Quarterbacks
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 1   Paul Hornung   Notre Dame   Green Bay Packers
1   John Brodie   Stanford   San Francisco 49ers
1   Len Dawson   Purdue   Pittsburgh Steelers
2   Milt Plum   Penn State   Cleveland Browns
3   Ronnie Knox   UCLA   Chicago Bears
4   Sonny Jurgensen   Duke   Philadelphia Eagles
16   Jack Kemp   Occidental   Detroit Lions
23   Tom Dimitroff   Miami (Ohio)   Cleveland Browns
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