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Atlanta Falcons Drafted Tight Ends

The Atlanta Falcons have selected 19 Tight Ends in their team history (51 drafts). The Falcons have drafted 2 Tight Ends in the first round. The highest drafted TE was Aundray Bruce drafted in round 1 (#1 Overall) in 1988 out of Auburn. Some of the top drafted Falcons Tight Ends were Alge Crumpler drafted in round 2 in 2001 out of North Carolina, Jim Mitchell drafted in round 4 in 1969 out of Prairie View A&M, Junior Miller drafted in round 1 in 1980 out of Nebraska, O.J. Santiago drafted in round 3 in 1997 out of Kent State and Levine Toilolo drafted in round 4 in 2013 out of Stanford. View all of the Atlanta Falcons drafted Tight Ends throughout their history.
Atlanta Falcons Drafted Tight Ends
Year Round Selection Player College
2013 4 133   Levine Toilolo   Stanford
2008 7 232   Keith Zinger   Louisiana State
2007 4 133   Martrez Milner   Georgia
2001 2 35   Alge Crumpler   North Carolina
1999 2 42   Reggie Kelly   Mississippi State
1997 3 70   O.J. Santiago   Kent State
1989 6 145   Troy Sadowski   Georgia
1988 1 1   Aundray Bruce   Auburn
1988 3 56   Alex Higdon   Ohio State
1986 9 224   Kevin Starks   Minnesota
1985 12 313   Ken Whisenhunt   Georgia Tech
1984 5 132   Cliff Benson   Purdue
1980 1 7   Junior Miller   Nebraska
1978 7 179   James Wright   Texas Christian
1976 9 246   Phil McKinnely   UCLA
1975 5 123   Greg McCrary   Clark Atlanta
1974 5 109   Henry Childs   Kansas State
1972 12 302   Larry Mialik   Wisconsin
1969 4 81   Jim Mitchell   Prairie View A&M
 
 
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