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Wide Receiver

1967 Drafted Wide Receivers

There were 16 Wide Receivers drafted in the 1967 NFL draft. The highest drafted WR was Gene Washington drafted in round 1 out of Michigan State by the Minnesota Vikings. Some of the 1967 drafted Wide Receivers were Dave Williams drafted in round 1 out of Washington by the St. Louis Cardinals, Bob Grim drafted in round 2 out of Oregon State by the Minnesota Vikings, Bob Jones drafted in round 2 out of San Diego State by the Chicago Bears, Eppie Barney drafted in round 3 out of Iowa State by the Cleveland Browns, Chuck Hughes drafted in round 4 out of Texas-El Paso by the Philadelphia Eagles, Neal Sweeney drafted in round 6 out of Tulsa by the Denver Broncos, Sims Stokes drafted in round 6 out of Northern Arizona by the Dallas Cowboys, John Love drafted in round 7 out of North Texas by the Washington Redskins and Bobby Leo drafted in round 7 out of Harvard by the Boston Patriots. View all of the Wide Receivers selected in the 1967 Draft.
1967 Drafted Wide Receivers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 8   Gene Washington   Michigan State   Minnesota Vikings
1 16   Dave Williams   Washington   St. Louis Cardinals
2 28   Bob Grim   Oregon State   Minnesota Vikings
2 36   Bob Jones   San Diego State   Chicago Bears
3 72   Eppie Barney   Iowa State   Cleveland Browns
4 99   Chuck Hughes   Texas-El Paso   Philadelphia Eagles
6 139   Neal Sweeney   Tulsa   Denver Broncos
6 157   Sims Stokes   Northern Arizona   Dallas Cowboys
7 172   John Love   North Texas   Washington Redskins
7 180   Bobby Leo   Harvard   Boston Patriots
9 215   Bobby Moten   Bishop   Atlanta Falcons
9 225   Steve Newell   Long Beach State   San Diego Chargers
9 226   Tommie Smith   San Jose State   Los Angeles Rams
10 248   Chip Myers   Northwestern Oklahoma State   San Francisco 49ers
16 413   Don Alley   Adams State   Baltimore Colts
17 420   Danny Abramowicz   Xavier (Ohio)   New Orleans Saints
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