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1967 Drafted Quarterbacks

There were 5 Quarterbacks drafted in the 1967 NFL draft. The highest drafted QB was Bob Griese drafted in round 1 out of Purdue by the Miami Dolphins. The 1967 drafted Quarterbacks were Don Horn drafted in round 1 out of San Diego State by the Green Bay Packers, Bob Davis drafted in round 2 out of Virginia by the Houston Oilers, Dave Lewis drafted in round 5 out of Stanford by the New York Giants and Virgil Carter drafted in round 6 out of Brigham Young by the Chicago Bears. View all of the Quarterbacks selected in the 1967 Draft.
1967 Drafted Quarterbacks
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 4   Bob Griese   Purdue   Miami Dolphins
1 25   Don Horn   San Diego State   Green Bay Packers
2 30   Bob Davis   Virginia   Houston Oilers
5 109   Dave Lewis   Stanford   New York Giants
6 142   Virgil Carter   Brigham Young   Chicago Bears
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