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1966 Drafted Quarterbacks

There were 7 Quarterbacks drafted in the 1966 NFL draft. The highest drafted QB was Randy Johnson drafted in round 1 out of Texas A&M - Kingsville by the Atlanta Falcons. The 1966 drafted Quarterbacks were Tim Van Galder drafted in round 6 out of Iowa State by the St. Louis Cardinals, Ron Meyer drafted in round 7 out of South Dakota State by the Chicago Bears, Steve Sloan drafted in round 11 out of Alabama by the Atlanta Falcons, Benjy Dial drafted in round 13 out of Eastern New Mexico by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Jim Ward drafted in round 14 out of Gettysburg by the Baltimore Colts and Jim LeClair drafted in round 16 out of C.W. Post by the San Francisco 49ers. View all of the Quarterbacks selected in the 1966 Draft.
1966 Drafted Quarterbacks
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 16   Randy Johnson   Texas A&M - Kingsville   Atlanta Falcons
6   Tim Van Galder   Iowa State   St. Louis Cardinals
7   Ron Meyer   South Dakota State   Chicago Bears
11 170   Steve Sloan   Alabama   Atlanta Falcons
13   Benjy Dial   Eastern New Mexico   Pittsburgh Steelers
14   Jim Ward   Gettysburg   Baltimore Colts
16   Jim LeClair   C.W. Post   San Francisco 49ers
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