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1977 Drafted Quarterbacks

There were 15 Quarterbacks drafted in the 1977 NFL draft. The highest drafted QB was Steve Pisarkiewicz drafted in round 1 out of Missouri by the St. Louis Cardinals. Some of the 1977 drafted Quarterbacks were Tommy Kramer drafted in round 1 out of Rice by the Minnesota Vikings, Glenn Carano drafted in round 2 out of Nevada-Las Vegas by the Dallas Cowboys, Vince Ferragamo drafted in round 4 out of Nebraska by the Los Angeles Rams, Fred Besana drafted in round 5 out of California by the Buffalo Bills, Randy Dean drafted in round 5 out of Northwestern by the New York Giants, Cliff Stoudt drafted in round 5 out of Youngstown State by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cliff Olander drafted in round 5 out of New Mexico State by the San Diego Chargers, Vince Evans drafted in round 6 out of USC by the Chicago Bears and Tom Duniven drafted in round 6 out of Texas Tech by the Cincinnati Bengals. View all of the Quarterbacks selected in the 1977 Draft.
1977 Drafted Quarterbacks
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 19   Steve Pisarkiewicz   Missouri   St. Louis Cardinals
1 27   Tommy Kramer   Rice   Minnesota Vikings
2 54   Glenn Carano   Nevada-Las Vegas   Dallas Cowboys
4 91   Vince Ferragamo   Nebraska   Los Angeles Rams
5 115   Fred Besana   California   Buffalo Bills
5 117   Randy Dean   Northwestern   New York Giants
5 121   Cliff Stoudt   Youngstown State   Pittsburgh Steelers
5 128   Cliff Olander   New Mexico State   San Diego Chargers
6 140   Vince Evans   USC   Chicago Bears
6 160   Tom Duniven   Texas Tech   Cincinnati Bengals
8 196   Randy Hedberg   Minot State   Tampa Bay Buccaneers
8 206   David Whitehurst   Furman   Green Bay Packers
9 227   Matt Robinson   Georgia   New York Jets
10 254   Sam Adkins   Wichita State   Seattle Seahawks
10 275   Steve DeBerg   San Jose State   Dallas Cowboys
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