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Houston Oilers Drafted Tight Ends

The Houston Oilers have selected 18 Tight Ends in their team history (30 drafts). The Oilers have never drafted a TE in the first round. The highest drafted TE was Mike Barber drafted in round 2 (#48 Overall) in 1976 out of Louisiana Tech. Some of the top drafted Oilers Tight Ends were Jim Beirne drafted in round 4 in 1968 out of Purdue, John Sawyer drafted in round 11 in 1975 out of Southern Mississippi, Chris Dressel drafted in round 3 in 1983 out of Stanford, Mike McCloskey drafted in round 4 in 1983 out of Penn State and Jimmie Giles drafted in round 3 in 1977 out of Alcorn State. View all of the Houston Oilers drafted Tight Ends throughout their history.
Houston Oilers Drafted Tight Ends
Year Round Selection Player College
1995 4 101   Michael Roan   Wisconsin
1994 5 157   Roderick Lewis   Arizona
1993 5 131   John Henry Mills   Wake Forest
1989 9 244   Bob Mrosko   Penn State
1988 5 130   Chris Verhulst   Cal State-Chico
1986 5 114   Jeff Parks   Auburn
1983 3 69   Chris Dressel   Stanford
1983 4 88   Mike McCloskey   Penn State
1978 6 154   Conrad Rucker   Southern University
1977 3 70   Jimmie Giles   Alcorn State
1976 2 48   Mike Barber   Louisiana Tech
1975 9 221   Bob Bruer   Minnesota State-Mankato
1975 11 271   John Sawyer   Southern Mississippi
1973 6 131   Ron Mayo   Morgan State
1972 10 259   James Butler   Tulsa
1969 6 143   Willie Grate   South Carolina State
1968 4 105   Jim Beirne   Purdue
1967 7 164   Ed Carrington   Virginia
 
 
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