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Baltimore Colts Drafted Wide Receivers

The Baltimore Colts have selected 18 Wide Receivers in their team history (32 drafts). The Colts have drafted 3 Wide Receivers in the first round. The highest drafted WR was Roger Carr drafted in round 1 (#24 Overall) in 1974 out of Louisiana Tech. Some of the top drafted Colts Wide Receivers were Ray Butler drafted in round 4 in 1980 out of USC, Eddie Hinton drafted in round 1 in 1969 out of Oklahoma, Glenn Doughty drafted in round 2 in 1972 out of Michigan, Willie Richardson drafted in round 7 in 1963 out of Jackson State and Ray Perkins drafted in round 7 in 1966 out of Alabama. View all of the Baltimore Colts drafted Wide Receivers throughout their history.
Baltimore Colts Drafted Wide Receivers
Year Round Selection Player College
1983 4 85   Phil Smith   San Diego State
1981 11 288   Holden Smith   California
1980 4 88   Ray Butler   USC
1977 1 26   Randy Burke   Kentucky
1976 8 228   Ricky Thompson   Baylor
1975 6 131   Donald Westbrook   Nebraska
1974 1 24   Roger Carr   Louisiana Tech
1974 7 174   Freddie Scott   Amherst
1974 17 421   Tim Berra   Massachusetts
1973 4 85   Ollie Smith   Tennessee State
1972 2 47   Glenn Doughty   Michigan
1971 7 182   Gordon Bowdell   Michigan State
1969 1 25   Eddie Hinton   Oklahoma
1967 16 413   Don Alley   Adams State
1966 7   Ray Perkins   Alabama
1963 7   Willie Richardson   Jackson State
1963 14   Neal Petties   San Diego State
1962 12   Bake Turner   Texas Tech
 
 
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