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1975 Drafted Tight Ends

There were 10 Tight Ends drafted in the 1975 NFL draft. The highest drafted TE was Russ Francis drafted in round 1 out of Oregon by the New England Patriots. The 1975 drafted Tight Ends were Oscar Roan drafted in round 3 out of Southern Methodist by the Cleveland Browns, Walter White drafted in round 3 out of Maryland by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Greg McCrary drafted in round 5 out of Clark Atlanta by the Atlanta Falcons, Charles Waddell drafted in round 5 out of North Carolina by the San Diego Chargers, Jim Obradovich drafted in round 7 out of USC by the New York Giants, Bob Bruer drafted in round 9 out of Minnesota State-Mankato by the Houston Oilers, George Martin drafted in round 11 out of Oregon by the New York Giants, John Sawyer drafted in round 11 out of Southern Mississippi by the Houston Oilers and Jack Novak drafted in round 12 out of Wisconsin by the Cincinnati Bengals. View all of the Tight Ends selected in the 1975 Draft.
1975 Drafted Tight Ends
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 16   Russ Francis   Oregon   New England Patriots
3 57   Oscar Roan   Southern Methodist   Cleveland Browns
3 78   Walter White   Maryland   Pittsburgh Steelers
5 123   Greg McCrary   Clark Atlanta   Atlanta Falcons
5 125   Charles Waddell   North Carolina   San Diego Chargers
7 158   Jim Obradovich   USC   New York Giants
9 221   Bob Bruer   Minnesota State-Mankato   Houston Oilers
11 262   George Martin   Oregon   New York Giants
11 271   John Sawyer   Southern Mississippi   Houston Oilers
12 301   Jack Novak   Wisconsin   Cincinnati Bengals
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