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1970 Drafted Tight Ends

There were 12 Tight Ends drafted in the 1970 NFL draft. The highest drafted TE was Rich McGeorge drafted in round 1 out of Elon by the Green Bay Packers. Some of the 1970 drafted Tight Ends were Raymond Chester drafted in round 1 out of Morgan State by the Oakland Raiders, Jim Mandich drafted in round 2 out of Michigan by the Miami Dolphins, Ara Person drafted in round 3 out of Morgan State by the Baltimore Colts, Eddie Ray drafted in round 4 out of Louisiana State by the Boston Patriots, Gary Arthur drafted in round 5 out of Miami (Ohio) by the New York Jets, John Mosier drafted in round 6 out of Kansas by the Denver Broncos, Jim McFarland drafted in round 7 out of Nebraska by the St. Louis Cardinals, Dave Washington drafted in round 9 out of Alcorn State by the Denver Broncos and Stu Voigt drafted in round 10 out of Wisconsin by the Minnesota Vikings. View all of the Tight Ends selected in the 1970 Draft.
1970 Drafted Tight Ends
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 16   Rich McGeorge   Elon   Green Bay Packers
1 24   Raymond Chester   Morgan State   Oakland Raiders
2 29   Jim Mandich   Michigan   Miami Dolphins
3 74   Ara Person   Morgan State   Baltimore Colts
4 83   Eddie Ray   Louisiana State   Boston Patriots
5 124   Gary Arthur   Miami (Ohio)   New York Jets
6 141   John Mosier   Kansas   Denver Broncos
7 164   Jim McFarland   Nebraska   St. Louis Cardinals
9 219   Dave Washington   Alcorn State   Denver Broncos
10 260   Stu Voigt   Wisconsin   Minnesota Vikings
11 277   Mack Alston   Maryland East. Shore   Washington Redskins
14 340   Bert Askson   Texas Southern   Pittsburgh Steelers
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