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Wide Receiver

1962 Drafted Wide Receivers

There were 12 Wide Receivers drafted in the 1962 NFL draft. The highest drafted WR was Gary Collins drafted in round 1 out of Maryland by the Cleveland Browns. Some of the 1962 drafted Wide Receivers were Joe Hernandez drafted in round 2 out of Arizona by the Washington Redskins, Gary Barnes drafted in round 3 out of Clemson by the Green Bay Packers, Donnie Davis drafted in round 6 out of Southern University by the Dallas Cowboys, Oscar Donahue drafted in round 6 out of San Jose State by the Green Bay Packers, Jack Elwell drafted in round 6 out of Purdue by the St. Louis Cardinals, Frank Budd drafted in round 7 out of Villanova by the Philadelphia Eagles, John Burrell drafted in round 7 out of Rice by the San Francisco 49ers, Tom Hall drafted in round 7 out of Minnesota by the Detroit Lions and Clifton McNeil drafted in round 11 out of Grambling State by the Cleveland Browns. View all of the Wide Receivers selected in the 1962 Draft.
1962 Drafted Wide Receivers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Gary Collins   Maryland   Cleveland Browns
2   Joe Hernandez   Arizona   Washington Redskins
3   Gary Barnes   Clemson   Green Bay Packers
6   Jack Elwell   Purdue   St. Louis Cardinals
6   Oscar Donahue   San Jose State   Green Bay Packers
6   Donnie Davis   Southern University   Dallas Cowboys
7   Frank Budd   Villanova   Philadelphia Eagles
7   Tom Hall   Minnesota   Detroit Lions
7   John Burrell   Rice   San Francisco 49ers
11   Clifton McNeil   Grambling State   Cleveland Browns
12   Bake Turner   Texas Tech   Baltimore Colts
17   Glenn Glass   Tennessee   Chicago Bears
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