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1970 Drafted Kickers

There were 5 Kickers drafted in the 1970 NFL draft. The highest drafted K was Jim O'Brien drafted in round 3 out of Cincinnati by the Baltimore Colts. The 1970 drafted Kickers were Skip Butler drafted in round 4 out of Texas-Arlington by the Green Bay Packers, Grant Guthrie drafted in round 6 out of Florida State by the Buffalo Bills, Mark Moseley drafted in round 14 out of Stephen F. Austin St. by the Philadelphia Eagles and Bill Bell drafted in round 17 out of Kansas by the Atlanta Falcons. View all of the Kickers selected in the 1970 Draft.
1970 Drafted Kickers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
3 70   Jim O'Brien   Cincinnati   Baltimore Colts
4 96   Skip Butler   Texas-Arlington   Green Bay Packers
6 135   Grant Guthrie   Florida State   Buffalo Bills
14 346   Mark Moseley   Stephen F. Austin St.   Philadelphia Eagles
17 428   Bill Bell   Kansas   Atlanta Falcons
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