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1978 Drafted Quarterbacks

There were 13 Quarterbacks drafted in the 1978 NFL draft. The highest drafted QB was Doug Williams drafted in round 1 out of Grambling State by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Some of the 1978 drafted Quarterbacks were Matt Cavanaugh drafted in round 2 out of Pittsburgh by the New England Patriots, Guy Benjamin drafted in round 2 out of Stanford by the Miami Dolphins, Mark Miller drafted in round 3 out of Bowling Green State by the Cleveland Browns, Gifford Nielsen drafted in round 3 out of Brigham Young by the Houston Oilers, Pete Woods drafted in round 4 out of Missouri by the Kansas City Chiefs, Mark Manges drafted in round 4 out of Maryland by the Los Angeles Rams, Rob Hertel drafted in round 5 out of USC by the Cincinnati Bengals, Bruce Threadgill drafted in round 5 out of Mississippi State by the San Francisco 49ers and Dennis Sproul drafted in round 8 out of Arizona State by the Green Bay Packers. View all of the Quarterbacks selected in the 1978 Draft.
1978 Drafted Quarterbacks
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 17   Doug Williams   Grambling State   Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2 50   Matt Cavanaugh   Pittsburgh   New England Patriots
2 51   Guy Benjamin   Stanford   Miami Dolphins
3 68   Mark Miller   Bowling Green State   Cleveland Browns
3 73   Gifford Nielsen   Brigham Young   Houston Oilers
4 104   Pete Woods   Missouri   Kansas City Chiefs
4 105   Mark Manges   Maryland   Los Angeles Rams
5 131   Rob Hertel   USC   Cincinnati Bengals
5 133   Bruce Threadgill   Mississippi State   San Francisco 49ers
8 200   Dennis Sproul   Arizona State   Green Bay Packers
9 247   Bruce Hardy   Arizona State   Miami Dolphins
11 281   Pat Ryan   Tennessee   New York Jets
12 333   Bill Kenney   Northern Colorado   Miami Dolphins
 
 
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