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1980 Drafted Quarterbacks

There were 12 Quarterbacks drafted in the 1980 NFL draft. The highest drafted QB was Marc Wilson drafted in round 1 out of Brigham Young by the Oakland Raiders. Some of the 1980 drafted Quarterbacks were Mark Malone drafted in round 1 out of Arizona State by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Eric Hipple drafted in round 4 out of Utah State by the Detroit Lions, Rusty Lisch drafted in round 4 out of Notre Dame by the St. Louis Cardinals, Ed Luther drafted in round 4 out of San Jose State by the San Diego Chargers, Paul McDonald drafted in round 4 out of USC by the Cleveland Browns, Gary Hogeboom drafted in round 5 out of Central Michigan by the Dallas Cowboys, Scott Brunner drafted in round 6 out of Delaware by the New York Giants, Craig Bradshaw drafted in round 7 out of Utah State by the Houston Oilers and Todd Krueger drafted in round 8 out of Northern Michigan by the Buffalo Bills. View all of the Quarterbacks selected in the 1980 Draft.
1980 Drafted Quarterbacks
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 15   Marc Wilson   Brigham Young   Oakland Raiders
1 28   Mark Malone   Arizona State   Pittsburgh Steelers
4 85   Eric Hipple   Utah State   Detroit Lions
4 89   Rusty Lisch   Notre Dame   St. Louis Cardinals
4 101   Ed Luther   San Jose State   San Diego Chargers
4 109   Paul McDonald   USC   Cleveland Browns
5 133   Gary Hogeboom   Central Michigan   Dallas Cowboys
6 145   Scott Brunner   Delaware   New York Giants
7 182   Craig Bradshaw   Utah State   Houston Oilers
8 202   Todd Krueger   Northern Michigan   Buffalo Bills
8 214   David Woodley   Louisiana State   Miami Dolphins
9 242   Turk Schonert   Stanford   Chicago Bears
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