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St. Louis Cardinals Drafted Wide Receivers

The St. Louis Cardinals have selected 20 Wide Receivers in their team history (28 drafts). The Cardinals have drafted 3 Wide Receivers in the first round. The highest drafted WR was Ahmad Rashad drafted in round 1 (#4 Overall) in 1972 out of Oregon. Some of the top drafted Cardinals Wide Receivers were Roy Green drafted in round 4 in 1979 out of Henderson State, Mel Gray drafted in round 6 in 1971 out of Missouri, Pat Tilley drafted in round 4 in 1976 out of Louisiana Tech, Dave Williams drafted in round 1 in 1967 out of Washington and Ike Harris drafted in round 4 in 1974 out of Iowa State. View all of the St. Louis Cardinals drafted Wide Receivers throughout their history.
St. Louis Cardinals Drafted Wide Receivers
Year Round Selection Player College
1986 7 170   Eric Swanson   Tennessee
1986 10 255   Wes Smith   Texas A&M-Commerce
1984 1 17   Clyde Duncan   Tennessee
1983 5 130   Steve Bird   Eastern Kentucky
1981 8 198   Mike Fisher   Baylor
1979 4 89   Roy Green   Henderson State
1979 5 130   Mark Bell   Colorado State
1978 4 97   Jimmy Childs   Cal Poly-S.L.O.
1976 4 114   Pat Tilley   Louisiana Tech
1976 8 233   Randy Burks   Southeastern Oklahoma State
1974 4 91   Ike Harris   Iowa State
1974 12 293   Roger Wallace   Bowling Green State
1972 1 4   Ahmad Rashad   Oregon
1972 8 188   Bob Wicks   Utah State
1971 6 147   Mel Gray   Missouri
1968 2 40   Freddie Hyatt   Auburn
1968 8 205   Jerry Daanen   Miami (Fla.)
1968 17 447   Bobby Lee   Minnesota
1967 1 16   Dave Williams   Washington
1962 6   Jack Elwell   Purdue
 
 
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