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1964 Drafted Quarterbacks

There were 12 Quarterbacks drafted in the 1964 NFL draft. The highest drafted QB was Pete Beathard drafted in round 1 out of USC by the Detroit Lions. Some of the 1964 drafted Quarterbacks were Bill Munson drafted in round 1 out of Utah State by the Los Angeles Rams, Jack Concannon drafted in round 2 out of Boston College by the Philadelphia Eagles, George Mira drafted in round 2 out of Miami (Fla.) by the San Francisco 49ers, Henry Schichtle drafted in round 6 out of Wichita State by the New York Giants, Dick Shiner drafted in round 7 out of Maryland by the Washington Redskins, Larry Rakestraw drafted in round 8 out of Georgia by the Chicago Bears, Gary Wood drafted in round 8 out of Cornell by the New York Giants, Ron Smith drafted in round 10 out of Richmond by the Los Angeles Rams and Roger Staubach drafted in round 10 out of Navy by the Dallas Cowboys. View all of the Quarterbacks selected in the 1964 Draft.
1964 Drafted Quarterbacks
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Pete Beathard   USC   Detroit Lions
1   Bill Munson   Utah State   Los Angeles Rams
2   George Mira   Miami (Fla.)   San Francisco 49ers
2   Jack Concannon   Boston College   Philadelphia Eagles
6   Henry Schichtle   Wichita State   New York Giants
7   Dick Shiner   Maryland   Washington Redskins
8   Gary Wood   Cornell   New York Giants
8   Larry Rakestraw   Georgia   Chicago Bears
10   Roger Staubach   Navy   Dallas Cowboys
10   Ron Smith   Richmond   Los Angeles Rams
11   Bob Berry   Oregon   Philadelphia Eagles
13   Jerry Rhome   Tulsa   Dallas Cowboys
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