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1972 Drafted Tight Ends

There were 7 Tight Ends drafted in the 1972 NFL draft. The highest drafted TE was Riley Odoms drafted in round 1 out of Houston by the Denver Broncos. The 1972 drafted Tight Ends were John McMakin drafted in round 3 out of Clemson by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bob Parsons drafted in round 5 out of Penn State by the Chicago Bears, Bob Christiansen drafted in round 5 out of UCLA by the Los Angeles Rams, Clark Hoss drafted in round 7 out of Oregon State by the New England Patriots, James Butler drafted in round 10 out of Tulsa by the Houston Oilers and Larry Mialik drafted in round 12 out of Wisconsin by the Atlanta Falcons. View all of the Tight Ends selected in the 1972 Draft.
1972 Drafted Tight Ends
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 5   Riley Odoms   Houston   Denver Broncos
3 63   John McMakin   Clemson   Pittsburgh Steelers
5 117   Bob Parsons   Penn State   Chicago Bears
5 125   Bob Christiansen   UCLA   Los Angeles Rams
7 165   Clark Hoss   Oregon State   New England Patriots
10 259   James Butler   Tulsa   Houston Oilers
12 302   Larry Mialik   Wisconsin   Atlanta Falcons
 
 
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