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1969 Drafted Quarterbacks

There were 12 Quarterbacks drafted in the 1969 NFL draft. The highest drafted QB was Greg Cook drafted in round 1 out of Cincinnati by the Cincinnati Bengals. Some of the 1969 drafted Quarterbacks were Marty Domres drafted in round 1 out of Columbia by the San Diego Chargers, Terry Hanratty drafted in round 2 out of Notre Dame by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bobby Douglass drafted in round 2 out of Kansas by the Chicago Bears, Al Woodall drafted in round 2 out of Duke by the New York Jets, James Harris drafted in round 8 out of Grambling State by the Buffalo Bills, Bob Naponic drafted in round 10 out of Illinois by the Houston Oilers, Al Pastrana drafted in round 11 out of Maryland by the Denver Broncos, Brian Dowling drafted in round 11 out of Yale by the Minnesota Vikings and Bob Belden drafted in round 12 out of Notre Dame by the Dallas Cowboys. View all of the Quarterbacks selected in the 1969 Draft.
1969 Drafted Quarterbacks
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 5   Greg Cook   Cincinnati   Cincinnati Bengals
1 9   Marty Domres   Columbia   San Diego Chargers
2 30   Terry Hanratty   Notre Dame   Pittsburgh Steelers
2 41   Bobby Douglass   Kansas   Chicago Bears
2 52   Al Woodall   Duke   New York Jets
8 192   James Harris   Grambling State   Buffalo Bills
10 256   Bob Naponic   Illinois   Houston Oilers
11 270   Al Pastrana   Maryland   Denver Broncos
11 277   Brian Dowling   Yale   Minnesota Vikings
12 308   Bob Belden   Notre Dame   Dallas Cowboys
13 332   Tommy Boutwell   Southern Mississippi   Cleveland Browns
16 397   Edd Hargett   Texas A&M   New Orleans Saints
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