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Wide Receiver

1965 Drafted Wide Receivers

There were 6 Wide Receivers drafted in the 1965 NFL draft. The highest drafted WR was Jack Snow drafted in round 1 out of Notre Dame by the Minnesota Vikings. The 1965 drafted Wide Receivers were Roy Jefferson drafted in round 2 out of Utah by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Lance Rentzel drafted in round 2 out of Oklahoma by the Minnesota Vikings, John Henderson drafted in round 5 out of Michigan by the Philadelphia Eagles, Dick Gordon drafted in round 7 out of Michigan State by the Chicago Bears and J.R. Wilburn drafted in round 13 out of South Carolina by the Pittsburgh Steelers. View all of the Wide Receivers selected in the 1965 Draft.
1965 Drafted Wide Receivers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Jack Snow   Notre Dame   Minnesota Vikings
2   Lance Rentzel   Oklahoma   Minnesota Vikings
2   Roy Jefferson   Utah   Pittsburgh Steelers
5   John Henderson   Michigan   Philadelphia Eagles
7   Dick Gordon   Michigan State   Chicago Bears
13   J.R. Wilburn   South Carolina   Pittsburgh Steelers
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