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1973 Drafted Tight Ends

There were 11 Tight Ends drafted in the 1973 NFL draft. The highest drafted TE was Charle Young drafted in round 1 out of USC by the Philadelphia Eagles. Some of the 1973 drafted Tight Ends were Paul Seymour drafted in round 1 out of Michigan by the Buffalo Bills, Billy Joe DuPree drafted in round 1 out of Michigan State by the Dallas Cowboys, Gary Butler drafted in round 2 out of Rice by the Kansas City Chiefs, Al Chandler drafted in round 2 out of Oklahoma by the Cincinnati Bengals, Jim Thaxton drafted in round 4 out of Tennessee State by the San Diego Chargers, Terry Nelson drafted in round 4 out of Arkansas-Pine Bluff by the Los Angeles Rams, Ron Mayo drafted in round 6 out of Morgan State by the Houston Oilers, Doug Kingsriter drafted in round 6 out of Minnesota by the Minnesota Vikings and Mike Hancock drafted in round 8 out of Idaho State by the Washington Redskins. View all of the Tight Ends selected in the 1973 Draft.
1973 Drafted Tight Ends
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 6   Charle Young   USC   Philadelphia Eagles
1 7   Paul Seymour   Michigan   Buffalo Bills
1 20   Billy Joe DuPree   Michigan State   Dallas Cowboys
2 27   Gary Butler   Rice   Kansas City Chiefs
2 43   Al Chandler   Oklahoma   Cincinnati Bengals
4 84   Jim Thaxton   Tennessee State   San Diego Chargers
4 99   Terry Nelson   Arkansas-Pine Bluff   Los Angeles Rams
6 131   Ron Mayo   Morgan State   Houston Oilers
6 139   Doug Kingsriter   Minnesota   Minnesota Vikings
8 193   Mike Hancock   Idaho State   Washington Redskins
15 372   Gary Parris   Florida State   San Diego Chargers
 
 
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