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St. Louis Cardinals Drafted Tight Ends

The St. Louis Cardinals have selected 12 Tight Ends in their team history (28 drafts). The Cardinals have drafted 1 TE in the first round. The highest drafted TE was J.V. Cain drafted in round 1 (#7 Overall) in 1974 out of Colorado. Some of the top drafted Cardinals Tight Ends were Rob Awalt drafted in round 3 in 1987 out of San Diego State, Jackie Smith drafted in round 10 in 1963 out of Northwestern State-Louisiana, Doug Marsh drafted in round 2 in 1980 out of Michigan, Jay Novacek drafted in round 6 in 1985 out of Wyoming and Hugh McInnis drafted in round 3 in 1960 out of Southern Mississippi. View all of the St. Louis Cardinals drafted Tight Ends throughout their history.
St. Louis Cardinals Drafted Tight Ends
Year Round Selection Player College
1987 3 62   Rob Awalt   San Diego State
1987 7 195   William Harris   Bishop
1985 5 116   K.D. Dunn   Clemson
1985 6 158   Jay Novacek   Wyoming
1984 5 136   John Goode   Youngstown State
1982 10 259   Eddie McGill   Western Carolina
1980 2 33   Doug Marsh   Michigan
1974 1 7   J.V. Cain   Colorado
1970 7 164   Jim McFarland   Nebraska
1965 3   Ray Ogden   Alabama
1963 10   Jackie Smith   Northwestern State-Louisiana
1960 3   Hugh McInnis   Southern Mississippi
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