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1960 Drafted Quarterbacks

There were 6 Quarterbacks drafted in the 1960 NFL draft. The highest drafted QB was George Izo drafted in round 1 out of Notre Dame by the St. Louis Cardinals. The 1960 drafted Quarterbacks were Warren Rabb drafted in round 2 out of Louisiana State by the Detroit Lions, Don Meredith drafted in round 3 out of Southern Methodist by the Chicago Bears, Dick Norman drafted in round 5 out of Stanford by the Chicago Bears, Bob Waters drafted in round 7 out of Presbyterian by the San Francisco 49ers and Charley Johnson drafted in round 10 out of New Mexico State by the St. Louis Cardinals. View all of the Quarterbacks selected in the 1960 Draft.
1960 Drafted Quarterbacks
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   George Izo   Notre Dame   St. Louis Cardinals
2   Warren Rabb   Louisiana State   Detroit Lions
3   Don Meredith   Southern Methodist   Chicago Bears
5   Dick Norman   Stanford   Chicago Bears
7   Bob Waters   Presbyterian   San Francisco 49ers
10   Charley Johnson   New Mexico State   St. Louis Cardinals
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