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1968 Drafted Quarterbacks

There were 10 Quarterbacks drafted in the 1968 NFL draft. The highest drafted QB was Greg Landry drafted in round 1 out of Massachusetts by the Detroit Lions. The 1968 drafted Quarterbacks were Gary Beban drafted in round 2 out of UCLA by the Los Angeles Rams, Mike Livingston drafted in round 2 out of Southern Methodist by the Kansas City Chiefs, Ken Stabler drafted in round 2 out of Alabama by the Oakland Raiders, Billy Stevens drafted in round 3 out of Texas-El Paso by the Green Bay Packers, Ronnie Lee South drafted in round 5 out of Arkansas by the New Orleans Saints, Kim Hammond drafted in round 6 out of Florida State by the Miami Dolphins, Dewey Warren drafted in round 6 out of Tennessee by the Cincinnati Bengals, Greg Barton drafted in round 9 out of Tulsa by the Detroit Lions and Dan Darragh drafted in round 13 out of William & Mary by the Buffalo Bills. View all of the Quarterbacks selected in the 1968 Draft.
1968 Drafted Quarterbacks
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 11   Greg Landry   Massachusetts   Detroit Lions
2 30   Gary Beban   UCLA   Los Angeles Rams
2 48   Mike Livingston   Southern Methodist   Kansas City Chiefs
2 52   Ken Stabler   Alabama   Oakland Raiders
3 67   Billy Stevens   Texas-El Paso   Green Bay Packers
5 115   Ronnie Lee South   Arkansas   New Orleans Saints
6 142   Kim Hammond   Florida State   Miami Dolphins
6 155   Dewey Warren   Tennessee   Cincinnati Bengals
9 229   Greg Barton   Tulsa   Detroit Lions
13 336   Dan Darragh   William & Mary   Buffalo Bills
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