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Indianapolis Colts Drafted Wide Receivers

The Indianapolis Colts have selected 24 Wide Receivers in their team history (33 drafts). The Colts have drafted 6 Wide Receivers in the first round. The highest drafted WR was Sean Dawkins drafted in round 1 (#16 Overall) in 1993 out of California. Some of the top drafted Colts Wide Receivers were Marvin Harrison drafted in round 1 in 1996 out of Syracuse, T.Y. Hilton drafted in round 3 in 2012 out of Florida International, Reggie Wayne drafted in round 1 in 2001 out of Miami (Fla.), Bill Brooks drafted in round 4 in 1986 out of Boston U. and Andre Rison drafted in round 1 in 1989 out of Michigan State. View all of the Indianapolis Colts drafted Wide Receivers throughout their history.
Indianapolis Colts Drafted Wide Receivers
Year Round Selection Player College
2016 1 29   Phillip Dorsett   Miami (FL)
2015 1 29   Phillip Dorsett   Miami (FL)
2014 3 90   Donte Moncrief   Mississippi
2012 3 92   T.Y. Hilton   Florida International
2012 6 206   LaVon Brazill   Ohio U.
2009 4 127   Austin Collie   Brigham Young
2008 6 205   Pierre Garcon   Mount Union
2007 1 32   Anthony Gonzalez   Ohio State
2007 5 169   Roy Hall   Ohio State
2001 1 30   Reggie Wayne   Miami (Fla.)
1998 2 32   Jerome Pathon   Washington
1998 3 71   E.G. Green   Florida State
1997 5 150   Nate Jacquet   San Diego State
1996 1 19   Marvin Harrison   Syracuse
1993 1 16   Sean Dawkins   California
1992 6 141   Shoun Habersham   Tennessee-Chattanooga
1992 9 225   Eddie Miller   South Carolina
1990 4 83   Stacey Simmons   Florida
1990 9 232   Darvell Huffman   Boston U.
1989 1 22   Andre Rison   Michigan State
1987 5 114   Roy Banks   Eastern Illinois
1987 7 170   Mark Bellini   Brigham Young
1986 4 86   Bill Brooks   Boston U.
1985 7 173   James Harbour   Mississippi
1985 8 200   Ricky Nichols   East Carolina
 
 
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