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1968 Drafted Tight Ends

There were 9 Tight Ends drafted in the 1968 NFL draft. The highest drafted TE was Bob Wallace drafted in round 2 out of Texas-El Paso by the Chicago Bears. The 1968 drafted Tight Ends were Jim Cox drafted in round 2 out of Miami (Fla.) by the Miami Dolphins, Charlie Sanders drafted in round 3 out of Minnesota by the Detroit Lions, Mickey McCarty drafted in round 4 out of Texas Christian by the Kansas City Chiefs, Jim Beirne drafted in round 4 out of Purdue by the Houston Oilers, Ken Barefoot drafted in round 5 out of Virginia Tech by the Washington Redskins, Mike Donohoe drafted in round 9 out of San Francisco by the Minnesota Vikings, Bob Trumpy drafted in round 12 out of Utah by the Cincinnati Bengals and Emilio Vallez drafted in round 12 out of New Mexico by the Chicago Bears. View all of the Tight Ends selected in the 1968 Draft.
1968 Drafted Tight Ends
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
2 46   Bob Wallace   Texas-El Paso   Chicago Bears
2 54   Jim Cox   Miami (Fla.)   Miami Dolphins
3 74   Charlie Sanders   Minnesota   Detroit Lions
4 90   Mickey McCarty   Texas Christian   Kansas City Chiefs
4 105   Jim Beirne   Purdue   Houston Oilers
5 113   Ken Barefoot   Virginia Tech   Washington Redskins
9 225   Mike Donohoe   San Francisco   Minnesota Vikings
12 301   Bob Trumpy   Utah   Cincinnati Bengals
12 316   Emilio Vallez   New Mexico   Chicago Bears
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