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New Orleans Saints Drafted Tight Ends

The New Orleans Saints have selected 17 Tight Ends in their team history (50 drafts). The Saints have never drafted a TE in the first round. The highest drafted TE was Paul Seal drafted in round 2 (#36 Overall) in 1974 out of Michigan. Some of the top drafted Saints Tight Ends were Jimmy Graham drafted in round 3 in 2010 out of Miami, Cameron Cleeland drafted in round 2 in 1998 out of Washington, Hoby Brenner drafted in round 3 in 1981 out of USC, Jim Hester drafted in round 14 in 1967 out of North Dakota and Larry Hardy drafted in round 12 in 1978 out of Jackson State. View all of the New Orleans Saints drafted Tight Ends throughout their history.
New Orleans Saints Drafted Tight Ends
Year Round Selection Player College
2010 3 95   Jimmy Graham   Miami
2002 6 196   John Gilmore   Penn State
2000 5 158   Austin Wheatley   Iowa
1998 2 40   Cameron Cleeland   Washington
1997 6 165   Nicky Savoie   Louisiana State
1996 7 246   Henry Lusk   Utah
1991 8 210   Frank Wainright   Northern Colorado
1990 5 125   Charles Arbuckle   UCLA
1988 5 112   Greg Scales   Wake Forest
1987 11 290   Arthur Wells   Grambling State
1981 3 71   Hoby Brenner   USC
1978 8 199   Brooks Williams   North Carolina
1978 12 310   Larry Hardy   Jackson State
1974 2 36   Paul Seal   Michigan
1971 4 82   Carlos Bell   Houston
1971 13 314   Don Burchfield   Ball State
1967 14 342   Jim Hester   North Dakota
 
 
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