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1971 Drafted Quarterbacks

There were 11 Quarterbacks drafted in the 1971 NFL draft. The highest drafted QB was Jim Plunkett drafted in round 1 out of Stanford by the New England Patriots. Some of the 1971 drafted Quarterbacks were Archie Manning drafted in round 1 out of Mississippi by the New Orleans Saints, Dan Pastorini drafted in round 1 out of Santa Clara by the Houston Oilers, Lynn Dickey drafted in round 3 out of Kansas State by the Houston Oilers, Leo Hart drafted in round 3 out of Duke by the Atlanta Falcons, Ken Anderson drafted in round 3 out of Augustana (Ill.) by the Cincinnati Bengals, Joe Theismann drafted in round 4 out of Notre Dame by the Miami Dolphins, Scott Hunter drafted in round 6 out of Alabama by the Green Bay Packers, Buddy Lee drafted in round 7 out of Louisiana State by the Chicago Bears and Joe Reed drafted in round 11 out of Mississippi State by the San Francisco 49ers. View all of the Quarterbacks selected in the 1971 Draft.
1971 Drafted Quarterbacks
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 1   Jim Plunkett   Stanford   New England Patriots
1 2   Archie Manning   Mississippi   New Orleans Saints
1 3   Dan Pastorini   Santa Clara   Houston Oilers
3 56   Lynn Dickey   Kansas State   Houston Oilers
3 59   Leo Hart   Duke   Atlanta Falcons
3 67   Ken Anderson   Augustana (Ill.)   Cincinnati Bengals
4 99   Joe Theismann   Notre Dame   Miami Dolphins
6 140   Scott Hunter   Alabama   Green Bay Packers
7 167   Buddy Lee   Louisiana State   Chicago Bears
11 283   Joe Reed   Mississippi State   San Francisco 49ers
14 340   Bobby Scott   Tennessee   New Orleans Saints
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