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1981 Drafted Tight Ends

There were 15 Tight Ends drafted in the 1981 NFL draft. The highest drafted TE was Willie Scott drafted in round 1 out of South Carolina by the Kansas City Chiefs. Some of the 1981 drafted Tight Ends were Dave Young drafted in round 2 out of Purdue by the New York Giants, Clay Brown drafted in round 2 out of Brigham Young by the Denver Broncos, Hoby Brenner drafted in round 3 out of USC by the New Orleans Saints, Greg LaFleur drafted in round 3 out of Louisiana State by the Philadelphia Eagles, Tim Sherwin drafted in round 4 out of Boston College by the Baltimore Colts, Eric Sievers drafted in round 4 out of Maryland by the San Diego Chargers, Ron Battle drafted in round 7 out of North Texas by the Los Angeles Rams, Pete Holohan drafted in round 7 out of Notre Dame by the San Diego Chargers and Bob Niziolek drafted in round 8 out of Colorado by the Detroit Lions. View all of the Tight Ends selected in the 1981 Draft.
1981 Drafted Tight Ends
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 14   Willie Scott   South Carolina   Kansas City Chiefs
2 32   Dave Young   Purdue   New York Giants
2 42   Clay Brown   Brigham Young   Denver Broncos
3 71   Hoby Brenner   USC   New Orleans Saints
3 82   Greg LaFleur   Louisiana State   Philadelphia Eagles
4 94   Tim Sherwin   Boston College   Baltimore Colts
4 107   Eric Sievers   Maryland   San Diego Chargers
7 175   Ron Battle   North Texas   Los Angeles Rams
7 189   Pete Holohan   Notre Dame   San Diego Chargers
8 211   Bob Niziolek   Colorado   Detroit Lions
8 212   Lin Dawson   North Carolina State   New England Patriots
10 261   Steve Folsom   Utah   Miami Dolphins
11 299   Buster Barnett   Jackson State   Buffalo Bills
12 314   Clint Didier   Portland State   Washington Redskins
12 320   Brian Williams   Southern University   Minnesota Vikings
 
 
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