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1972 Drafted Quarterbacks

There were 9 Quarterbacks drafted in the 1972 NFL draft. The highest drafted QB was Jerry Tagge drafted in round 1 out of Nebraska by the Green Bay Packers. The 1972 drafted Quarterbacks were John Reaves drafted in round 1 out of Florida by the Philadelphia Eagles, Pat Sullivan drafted in round 2 out of Auburn by the Atlanta Falcons, Jim Fassel drafted in round 7 out of Long Beach State by the Chicago Bears, Dean Carlson drafted in round 7 out of Iowa State by the Kansas City Chiefs, Joe Gilliam drafted in round 11 out of Tennessee State by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Brian Sipe drafted in round 13 out of San Diego State by the Cleveland Browns, Neil Graff drafted in round 16 out of Wisconsin by the Minnesota Vikings and Kelly Cochrane drafted in round 17 out of Miami (Fla.) by the Houston Oilers. View all of the Quarterbacks selected in the 1972 Draft.
1972 Drafted Quarterbacks
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 11   Jerry Tagge   Nebraska   Green Bay Packers
1 14   John Reaves   Florida   Philadelphia Eagles
2 40   Pat Sullivan   Auburn   Atlanta Falcons
7 167   Jim Fassel   Long Beach State   Chicago Bears
7 179   Dean Carlson   Iowa State   Kansas City Chiefs
11 273   Joe Gilliam   Tennessee State   Pittsburgh Steelers
13 330   Brian Sipe   San Diego State   Cleveland Browns
16 414   Neil Graff   Wisconsin   Minnesota Vikings
17 421   Kelly Cochrane   Miami (Fla.)   Houston Oilers
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