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1979 Drafted Quarterbacks

There were 12 Quarterbacks drafted in the 1979 NFL draft. The highest drafted QB was Jack Thompson drafted in round 1 out of Washington State by the Cincinnati Bengals. Some of the 1979 drafted Quarterbacks were Phil Simms drafted in round 1 out of Morehead State by the New York Giants, Steve Fuller drafted in round 1 out of Clemson by the Kansas City Chiefs, Joe Montana drafted in round 3 out of Notre Dame by the San Francisco 49ers, Steve Dils drafted in round 4 out of Stanford by the Minnesota Vikings, Dan Manucci drafted in round 5 out of Kansas State by the Buffalo Bills, Chuck Fusina drafted in round 5 out of Penn State by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Mike Moroski drafted in round 6 out of California-Davis by the Atlanta Falcons, Jeff Komlo drafted in round 9 out of Delaware by the Detroit Lions and Jeff Rutledge drafted in round 9 out of Alabama by the Los Angeles Rams. View all of the Quarterbacks selected in the 1979 Draft.
1979 Drafted Quarterbacks
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 3   Jack Thompson   Washington State   Cincinnati Bengals
1 7   Phil Simms   Morehead State   New York Giants
1 23   Steve Fuller   Clemson   Kansas City Chiefs
3 82   Joe Montana   Notre Dame   San Francisco 49ers
4 97   Steve Dils   Stanford   Minnesota Vikings
5 116   Dan Manucci   Kansas State   Buffalo Bills
5 133   Chuck Fusina   Penn State   Tampa Bay Buccaneers
6 154   Mike Moroski   California-Davis   Atlanta Falcons
9 231   Jeff Komlo   Delaware   Detroit Lions
9 246   Jeff Rutledge   Alabama   Los Angeles Rams
11 295   Dave Rader   Tulsa   San Diego Chargers
12 327   Larry Fortner   Miami (Fla.)   Miami Dolphins
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