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San Francisco 49ers Drafted Tight Ends

The San Francisco 49ers have selected 27 Tight Ends in their team history (67 drafts). The 49ers have drafted 4 Tight Ends in the first round. The highest drafted TE was Monty Stickles drafted in round 1 in 1960 out of Notre Dame. Some of the top drafted 49ers Tight Ends were Vernon Davis drafted in round 1 in 2006 out of Maryland, Ted Kwalick drafted in round 1 in 1969 out of Penn State, Eric Johnson drafted in round 7 in 2001 out of Yale, Dick Witcher drafted in round 8 in 1966 out of UCLA and Ken MacAfee drafted in round 1 in 1978 out of Notre Dame. View all of the San Francisco 49ers drafted Tight Ends throughout their history.
San Francisco 49ers Drafted Tight Ends
Year Round Selection Player College
2016 4 117   Blake Bell   Oklahoma
2016 7 254   Rory Anderson   South Carolina
2015 4 117   Blake Bell   Oklahoma
2015 7 254   Rory Anderson   South Carolina
2013 2 55   Vance McDonald   Rice
2010 6 182   Nate Byham   Pittsburgh
2009 6 184   Bear Pascoe   Fresno State
2006 1 6   Vernon Davis   Maryland
2006 6 175   Delanie Walker   Central Missouri State
2005 7 249   Billy Bajema   Oklahoma State
2003 5 161   Aaron Walker   Florida
2002 6 201   Mark Anelli   Wisconsin
2001 7 224   Eric Johnson   Yale
2000 7 230   Brian Jennings   Arizona State
1997 3 77   Greg Clark   Stanford
1996 7 239   Sean Manuel   New Mexico State
1992 11 300   Tom Covington   Georgia Tech
1984 2 56   John Frank   Ohio State
1983 9 229   Mike Mularkey   Florida
1978 1 7   Ken MacAfee   Notre Dame
1969 1 7   Ted Kwalick   Penn State
1966 2   Bob Windsor   Kentucky
1966 8   Dick Witcher   UCLA
1966 9   Kent Kramer   Minnesota
1964 8   Bob Poole   Clemson
1963 5   Vern Burke   Oregon State
1961 4   Aaron Thomas   Oregon State
1960 1   Monty Stickles   Notre Dame
1958 23   Dee Mackey   Texas A&M-Commerce
 
 
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