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Wide Receiver

1964 Drafted Wide Receivers

There were 10 Wide Receivers drafted in the 1964 NFL draft. The highest drafted WR was Paul Warfield drafted in round 1 out of Ohio State by the Cleveland Browns. The 1964 drafted Wide Receivers were Dave Parks drafted in round 1 out of Texas Tech by the San Francisco 49ers, Willie Brown drafted in round 3 out of USC by the Los Angeles Rams, Bob Long drafted in round 4 out of Wichita State by the Green Bay Packers, Jim Jones drafted in round 6 out of Wisconsin by the Chicago Bears, Bob Lacey drafted in round 6 out of North Carolina by the Minnesota Vikings, Bob Hayes drafted in round 7 out of Florida A&M by the Dallas Cowboys, Bucky Pope drafted in round 8 out of Catawba by the Los Angeles Rams, Warren Wells drafted in round 12 out of Texas Southern by the Detroit Lions and Ozzie Clay drafted in round 17 out of Iowa State by the Washington Redskins. View all of the Wide Receivers selected in the 1964 Draft.
1964 Drafted Wide Receivers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 1   Dave Parks   Texas Tech   San Francisco 49ers
1   Paul Warfield   Ohio State   Cleveland Browns
3   Willie Brown   USC   Los Angeles Rams
4   Bob Long   Wichita State   Green Bay Packers
6   Jim Jones   Wisconsin   Chicago Bears
6   Bob Lacey   North Carolina   Minnesota Vikings
7   Bob Hayes   Florida A&M   Dallas Cowboys
8   Bucky Pope   Catawba   Los Angeles Rams
12   Warren Wells   Texas Southern   Detroit Lions
17   Ozzie Clay   Iowa State   Washington Redskins
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