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Wide Receiver

1966 Drafted Wide Receivers

There were 9 Wide Receivers drafted in the 1966 NFL draft. The highest drafted WR was Ben Hawkins drafted in round 3 out of Arizona State by the Philadelphia Eagles. The 1966 drafted Wide Receivers were Bill Malinchak drafted in round 3 out of Indiana by the Detroit Lions, Bob Sherlag drafted in round 6 out of Memphis by the Philadelphia Eagles, Ray Perkins drafted in round 7 out of Alabama by the Baltimore Colts, Ron Green drafted in round 9 out of North Dakota by the Minnesota Vikings, Jerry Marion drafted in round 10 out of Wyoming by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Howard Twilley drafted in round 14 out of Tulsa by the Minnesota Vikings, Tommy Tolleson drafted in round 15 out of Alabama by the Atlanta Falcons and Willie Walker drafted in round 20 out of Tennessee State by the San Francisco 49ers. View all of the Wide Receivers selected in the 1966 Draft.
1966 Drafted Wide Receivers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
3   Ben Hawkins   Arizona State   Philadelphia Eagles
3   Bill Malinchak   Indiana   Detroit Lions
6   Bob Sherlag   Memphis   Philadelphia Eagles
7   Ray Perkins   Alabama   Baltimore Colts
9   Ron Green   North Dakota   Minnesota Vikings
10   Jerry Marion   Wyoming   Pittsburgh Steelers
14   Howard Twilley   Tulsa   Minnesota Vikings
15 230   Tommy Tolleson   Alabama   Atlanta Falcons
20   Willie Walker   Tennessee State   San Francisco 49ers
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