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1971 Drafted Tight Ends

There were 7 Tight Ends drafted in the 1971 NFL draft. The highest drafted TE was Jan White drafted in round 2 out of Ohio State by the Buffalo Bills. The 1971 drafted Tight Ends were Carlos Bell drafted in round 4 out of Houston by the New Orleans Saints, Larry Brown drafted in round 5 out of Kansas by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bob Moore drafted in round 5 out of Stanford by the Oakland Raiders, Gary Nowak drafted in round 10 out of Michigan State by the San Diego Chargers, Don Burchfield drafted in round 13 out of Ball State by the New Orleans Saints and Len Garrett drafted in round 15 out of New Mexico Highlands by the Green Bay Packers. View all of the Tight Ends selected in the 1971 Draft.
1971 Drafted Tight Ends
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
2 29   Jan White   Ohio State   Buffalo Bills
4 82   Carlos Bell   Houston   New Orleans Saints
5 106   Larry Brown   Kansas   Pittsburgh Steelers
5 123   Bob Moore   Stanford   Oakland Raiders
10 247   Gary Nowak   Michigan State   San Diego Chargers
13 314   Don Burchfield   Ball State   New Orleans Saints
15 374   Len Garrett   New Mexico Highlands   Green Bay Packers
 
 
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