Washington Redskins draft history

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This is a list of the Washington Redskins NFL Draft selections. The Washington Redskins franchise was founded as the Boston Braves, named after the local baseball franchise.[1] The team changed their name to the Redskins in 1933 and moved to Washington, D.C. in 1937.[2]

Every year during April, each NFL franchise seeks to add new players to its roster through a collegiate draft known as the "NFL Annual Player Selection Meeting," which is more commonly known as the NFL Draft. Teams are ranked in inverse order based on the previous season's record, with the worst record picking first, and the second worst picking second and so on. The two exceptions to this order are made for teams that appeared in the previous Super Bowl; the Super Bowl champion always picks 32nd, and the Super Bowl loser always picks 31st. Teams have the option of trading away their picks to other teams for different picks, players, cash, or a combination thereof. Thus, it is not uncommon for a team's actual draft pick to differ from their assigned draft pick, or for a team to have extra or no draft picks in any round due to these trades.[3]

The Boston Redskins were one of the nine original franchises that participated in the 1936 NFL Draft, which was the first official draft of the National Football League. The first player ever selected in the draft, Heisman Trophy winner Jay Berwanger, chose not to play professional football. Riley Smith, taken second overall by the Redskins, holds the distinction of being the first drafted player to play in the NFL.[4] The Redskins also hold the distinction of being the only team to draft the same player in two different drafts, Cal Rossi.[a][5][6][7]

Positions[edit]

Key[edit]

      Inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame
      Inducted to the College Football Hall of Fame
      Voted one of the 70 Greatest Redskins[8]
      Selected to Pro Bowl
      Never played for the Redskins
      Never played Professional football

1930s[edit]

1936 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 2 2 Riley Smith FB Alabama
2 2 11 Keith Topping E Stanford
3 2 20 Ed Smith FB New York
4 2 29 Paul Tangora G Northwestern
5 2 38 Wilson Groseclose OT Texas Christian
6 2 47 Larry Lutz OT California
7 2 56 Don Irwin FB Colgate
8 2 65 Wayne Millner E Notre Dame
9 2 74 Marcel Saunders G Loyola[g]

1937 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 6 6 Sammy Baugh QB Texas Christian
2 6 16 Nello Falaschi FB Santa Clara[d]
3 6 26 Maurice Eldar RB Kansas State
4 6 36 Dick Bassi G Santa Clara[d]
5 6 46 Chuck Bond OT Washington
6 6 56 Jimmie Cain RB Washington
7 6 66 Rotta Holland G Kansas State
8 6 76 Joel Eaves E Auburn
9 6 86 Bill Docherty OT Temple
10 6 96 Mac Cara E North Carolina State

1938 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 9 9 Andy Farkas RB Detroit Mercy[e]
3 9 24 Sam Chapman RB California
5 9 39 Dave Price C Mississippi State
6 9 49 Elmer Dohrmann E Nebraska
7 9 59 Roy Young G Texas A&M
8 9 69 Bill Hartman RB Georgia
9 9 79 Ed Parks C Oklahoma
10 9 89 Jack Abbitt RB Elon
11 9 99 Dick Johnson E Washington
12 9 109 Hank Bartos G North Carolina

1939 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 8 8 I. B. Hale OT Texas Christian
3 8 23 Charley Holm RB Alabama
5 8 38 Dick Todd RB Texas A&M
6 8 48 Dave Anderson RB California
7 8 58 Quinton Lumpkin C Georgia
8 8 68 Bo Russell OT Auburn
9 8 78 Wilbur Moore HB Minnesota
10 8 88 Jim Johnston RB Washington
11 8 98 Jim German RB Centre
12 8 108 Bob O'Mara RB Duke
13 8 118 Steve Slivinski G Washington
14 8 128 Bob Hoffman RB Southern California
15 8 138 Eric Tipton RB Duke
16 8 148 Dick Farman OT Washington State
17 8 158 Clyde Shugart OT Iowa State
18 8 168 Boyd Morgan RB Southern California
19 8 178 Phil Smith OT St. Benedict's
20 8 188 Paul Coop OT Centre
21 3 193 Matt Kuber G Villanova
22 3 198 Al Cruver RB Washington State

1940s[edit]

1940 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 8 8 Ed Boell QB New York
3 8 23 Buddy Banker RB Tulane
5 8 38 Bill Kirchem OT Tulane
6 8 48 Joe Boyd OT Texas A&M
7 8 58 Roy Zimmerman QB San José State
8 8 68 Bud Orf E Missouri
9 8 78 Bob Hoffman RB Southern California
10 8 88 Bob Seymour RB Oklahoma
11 8 98 Howard Stoecker OT Southern California
12 8 108 Allen Johnson G Duke
13 8 118 Sam Bartholomew RB Tennessee
14 8 128 Ernie Lain RB Rice
15 8 138 Sandy Sanford E Alabama
16 8 148 Bolo Perdue E Duke
17 8 158 Steve Andrako C Ohio State
18 8 168 Jay Graybeal RB Oregon
19 8 178 Charley Slagle RB North Carolina
20 8 188 Buck Murphy RB Georgia Tech
21 3 193 Mel Wetzel OT Missouri
22 3 198 Steve Sitko QB Notre Dame

1941 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 10 10 Forest Evashevski RB Michigan
3 10 25 Fred Davis OT Alabama
5 10 40 Jim Stuart OT Oregon
6 10 50 Ed Cifers E Tennessee
7 10 60 Al Krueger E Southern California
8 10 70 Henry Wilder RB Iowa State
9 10 80 Bill Grimmett E Tulsa
10 10 90 Ed Hickerson G Alabama
11 10 100 Joe Aguirre E St. Mary's (Cal.)[t]
12 10 110 Jack Banta HB Southern California
13 10 120 Roy Conn OT Arizona
14 10 130 Deward Tornell RB San José State
15 10 140 Morris Buckingham C San José State
16 10 150 Ken Dow FB Oregon State
17 10 160 Stan McRae E Michigan State
18 10 170 Joe Osmanski FB Holy Cross
19 10 180 Earl Fullilove OT Georgetown
20 10 190 Ed Hiestand E Vanderbilt
21 5 195 Tom Riggs OT Illinois
22 5 200 Lee Gentry HB Tulsa

1942 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 6 6 Spec Sanders HB Texas
3 6 21 Rufus Deal RB Auburn
5 6 36 Joe Zeno G Holy Cross
6 6 46 Harley McCollum OT Tulane
7 6 56 Bob Fitch E Minnesota
8 6 66 George Peters RB Oregon State
9 6 76 Frank Swiger RB Duke
10 6 86 John Goodyear RB Marquette
11 6 96 Al DeMao C Duquesne
12 6 106 Phil Ahwesh RB Duquesne
13 6 116 John Kovatch E Notre Dame
14 6 126 Bill DeCorrevont RB Northwestern
15 6 136 Marvin Whited G Oklahoma
16 6 146 Dee Chipman RB Brigham Young
17 6 156 George Watts OT Appalachian State
18 6 166 Gene Stewart RB Willamette
19 6 176 Charlie Timmons FB Clemson
20 6 186 Tiny Croft OT Ripon
21 1 191 Steve Juzwik HB Notre Dame
22 1 196 Al Couppee G Iowa

1943 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 10 10 Jack Jenkins FB Vanderbilt
3 10 25 Bill Dutton HB Pittsburgh
5 10 40 Bob Dove DE Notre Dame
6 10 50 Wally Ziemba C Notre Dame
7 10 60 Lou Rymkus OT Notre Dame
8 10 70 Tony Leon G Alabama
9 10 80 Bob Motl E Northwestern
10 10 90 Walt McDonald DB Tulane
11 10 100 George Perpich OT Georgetown
12 10 110 Dan Wood C Mississippi
13 10 120 Harry Wright G Notre Dame
14 10 130 Oscar Britt G Mississippi
15 10 140 Dick Weber G Syracuse
16 10 150 Joe Day RB Oregon State
17 10 160 Frank Dornfield RB Georgetown
18 10 170 John Baklarz OT Arizona State
19 10 180 Leo Mogus E Youngstown State
20 10 190 Dick Secrest RB Rochester
21 10 200 Don Nolander C Minnesota
22 10 210 Johnny Barrett RB Georgetown
23 10 220 Tom Vohs OT Colgate
24 10 230 Charlie Yancey RB Mississippi State
25 10 240 Roman Bentz G Tulane
26 10 250 Swifty Berthold E Syracuse
27 10 260 Vince Pacewic HB Loyola[g]
28 10 270 Joe Riccardi OT Ohio
29 10 280 John Jaffurs G Penn State
30 10 290 Frank Akins FB Washington State
31 5 295 Bill Corry RB Florida
32 5 300 Bo Bogovich G Delaware

1944 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 8 8 Mike Micka FB Colgate
3 7 23 Earl Audet OT Southern California
5 7 39 Ed Doherty RB Boston College
6 7 50 Jackie Fellows RB Fresno State
7 7 61 Hal Fischer G Texas
8 7 72 Cliff White OT Murray State
9 7 83 Ted Ogdahl RB Willamette
10 7 94 Bob Sneddon DB St. Mary's (Cal.)[t]
11 7 105 Bill Aldworth OT Minnesota
12 7 116 Bill Joslyn RB Stanford
13 7 127 Charley Walker C Kentucky
14 7 138 Boyd Clement C Oregon State
15 7 149 Jim Gaffney QB Tennessee
16 7 160 Ted Ossowski OT Oregon State
17 7 171 Tom Davis RB Duke
18 7 182 John Batorski E Colgate
19 7 193 Clyde Ehrhardt C Georgia
20 7 204 Dave Brown E UCLA
21 7 215 Bill Ivy OT Northwestern
22 7 226 Bruce Babcock RB Rochester
23 7 237 Bill Reinhard DB California
24 7 248 Ed Bauer G South Carolina
25 7 259 Smokey Martin RB Cornell
26 7 270 Lee Gustafson RB Oregon State
27 7 281 Nick Pappas OT Utah
28 7 292 Lindsey Bowen E Rice
29 7 303 Bill Gustafson OT Washington State
30 7 314 Bill Yablonski C Holy Cross
31 2 320 Buster Hollingbery C Washington State
32 2 326 Willard Sheller RB Stanford

1945 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 8 8 Jim Hardy QB Southern California
3 7 23 John Adams OT Notre Dame
5 6 38 George Bujan C Oregon
6 8 51 John North E Vanderbilt
7 7 61 John Steber G Georgia Tech
8 6 71 Art Porter E Tulane
9 8 84 Curt Kuykendall RB Auburn
10 7 94 Frank Brogger E Michigan State
11 6 104 Mack Creger RB Northwestern
12 8 117 Paul McKee E Syracuse
13 7 127 Charlie Conerly QB Mississippi
14 6 137 John Putnik E Utah State
15 8 150 Eddie Saenz HB Southern California
16 7 160 Dom Fusci OT South Carolina
17 6 170 Bobby Jenkins RB Alabama
18 8 183 Ed Stacco OT Colgate
19 7 193 Jim Bradshaw C Auburn
20 6 203 Bill Shipkey RB Stanford
21 8 216 Sid Halliday OT Southern Methodist
22 7 226 Chick Davidson OT Cornell
23 6 236 Gabby Martin E Southern Methodist
24 8 249 Jim McCurdy C Stanford
25 7 259 Cecil Souders E Ohio State
26 6 269 Ben Wall RB Western Michigan
27 8 282 George Hillery E Texas-El Paso
28 7 292 Milford Dreblow RB Southern California
29 6 302 Frank Irwin OT Duke
30 8 315 Leon Diner E Denver
31 2 320 Bob Cummings C Vanderbilt
32 1 325 Don Nolander C Minnesota

1946 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 9 9 Cal Rossi[a][5][6][7] RB UCLA
3 9 24 Stan Kozlowski FB Holy Cross
5 9 39 Gay Adelt RB Utah
6 9 49 Walt Trojanowski RB Connecticut
7 9 59 Bob Hendren OT Southern California
8 9 69 George Callanan RB Southern California
9 9 79 Bob Skoglund E Notre Dame
10 9 89 Jake Leicht HB Oregon
11 9 99 Chick Maggioli DB Illinois
12 9 109 Monte Moncrief OT Texas A&M
13 9 119 Joe Tereshinski DE Georgia
14 9 129 Stan Sprague E Illinois
15 9 139 Harry Adelman E Southern California
16 9 149 Bob Butchofsky RB Texas A&M
17 9 159 Mike Prashaw OT Michigan
18 9 169 Ed Robnett FB Texas Tech
19 9 179 LeMar Dykstra RB Colorado
20 9 189 Bob Ward RB San José State
21 9 199 John Pehar OT Southern California
22 9 209 Roger Robinson DB Syracuse
23 9 219 Charley Cadenhead C Mississippi State
24 9 229 Bob Rados G Santa Clara[d]
25 9 239 Charlie Webb E Louisiana State
26 9 249 Marion Flanagan RB Texas A&M
27 9 259 Roland Phillips OT Georgia Tech
28 9 269 Jim Hallmark RB Texas A&M
29 9 279 Fay Mills OT Alabama
30 9 289 William Ritter RB Georgia Tech
31 4 294 Sarkis Takesian RB California
32 4 299 Mike Campbell E Mississippi

1947 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 4 4 Cal Rossi[a][5][6][7] RB UCLA
3 4 17 Red Knight RB Louisiana State
5 3 28 Hank Foldberg E Army
6 4 39 Mike Garzoni G Southern California
7 3 48 Bill Gray G Oregon State
8 4 59 Hank Harris G Texas
9 3 68 Roy Kurrasch E UCLA
10 4 79 Ernie Williamson OT North Carolina
11 3 88 L. G. Carmody RB Central Washington
12 4 99 U. S. Savage E Richmond
13 3 108 Bob Steckroth E William & Mary
14 4 119 Weldon Edwards OT Texas Christian
15 3 128 Earl Wheeler C Arkansas
16 4 139 Billy Gold RB Tennessee
17 3 148 Jack Hart OT Detroit Mercy[e]
18 4 159 Tom Nichols RB Richmond
19 3 168 Harry Dowda DB Wake Forest
20 4 179 Charlie Webb E Louisiana State
21 3 188 Elmo Bond OT Washington State
22 4 199 Jim Hefti RB St. Lawrence
23 3 208 Tom Dudley E Virginia
24 4 219 Bob Smith DB Iowa
25 3 228 Hal Mullins OT Duke
26 4 239 Francis Bocoka E Washington State
27 3 248 Otis Sacrinty RB Wake Forest
28 4 259 Milt Dropo C Connecticut
29 3 268 Lynn Brownson RB Stanford
30 4 279 Joe Colone RB Penn State
31 1 286 Herb Shoener E Iowa
32 2 295 Bob Pievo OT Purdue

1948 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 1 1 Harry Gilmer QB Alabama
1 4 4 Lowell Tew FB Alabama
3 3 16 Tommy Thompson LB William & Mary
5 3 28 Dan Sandifer DB Louisiana State
6 3 38 Jack Weisenberger RB Michigan
7 3 48 Jack Kurkowski RB Detroit Mercy[e]
8 3 58 Jerry Cady OT Gustavus Adolphus
9 3 68 Bob Anderson RB Stanford
10 3 78 Mike Katrishen G Southern Mississippi
11 3 88 Ed Marshall OT Pennsylvania
12 3 98 Ted Andrus G Southwestern Louisiana[s]
13 3 108 Carl Suss RB Rice
14 3 118 Chick Jagade FB Indiana
15 3 128 Ed Quirk FB Missouri
16 3 138 Art Pollard RB Arizona
17 3 148 Chuck Newman E Louisiana Tech
17 6 151 Dale Schwartzkoph E Texas Tech
18 3 158 Ray Pearcy C Oklahoma
19 3 168 Gene Vellela OT Scranton[i]
20 3 178 Cloyce Box E West Texas State[v]
21 3 188 Bryan Bell RB Washington & Lee
22 3 198 Joel Williams C Texas
23 3 208 Lou Holtsma E William & Mary
24 3 218 Floyd Lawhorn G Texas Tech
25 3 228 Dick West RB Princeton
26 3 238 Roland Oakes E Missouri
27 3 248 Ed Watkins OT Idaho
28 3 258 Don Corbitt C Arizona
29 3 268 Buddy Bowen RB Mississippi
30 3 278 Vic Paulson E California-Santa Barbara[l]
31 1 286 Barney Welch RB Texas A&M

1949 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 8 8 Rob Goode RB Texas A&M
2 7 18 Laurie Niemi OT Washington State
3 7 28 Len Szafaryn OT North Carolina
4 7 38 Mike DeNoia RB Scranton[i]
5 7 48 Ed Berrang DE Villanova
7 7 68 Chet Fritz G Missouri
8 7 78 Bob Kennedy DB North Carolina
9 7 88 Ed McNiel E Michigan
10 7 98 Vic Vasicek LB Texas
11 7 108 Homer Hobbs G Georgia
12 7 118 Harry Varner OT Arizona
13 7 128 Ed Henke DE Southern California
14 7 138 Pat Haggerty E William & Mary
15 7 148 Gene Frassetto OT California
16 7 158 Dick Flowers OT Alabama
17 7 168 Ross Pritchard RB Arkansas
18 7 178 Herb Siegert G Illinois
19 7 188 Bob Hainlen RB Colorado State
20 7 198 Oliver Fletcher G Southern California
21 7 208 Tommy Hughes RB Duke
22 7 218 Bill Clements E UCLA
23 7 228 Frank Pattee RB Kansas
24 7 238 Jim Cullom G California
25 7 248 Nick Sebek QB Indiana

1950s[edit]

1950 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 6 6 George Thomas HB Oklahoma
2 5 19 Hall Haynes DB Santa Clara[d]
3 5 32 Lou Karras DT Purdue
4 5 45 Harry Ulinski C Kentucky
5 5 58 Frank Spaniel HB Notre Dame
6 5 71 Gene Pepper G Missouri
7 5 84 Jerry Houghton OT Washington State
8 5 97 John Rohde E Pacific[h]
9 5 110 Don Winslow OT Iowa
10 5 123 Eddie LeBaron QB Pacific[h]
11 5 136 Danny Brown DE Villanova
12 5 149 Bill Chauncey RB Iowa State
13 5 162 Clay Davis C Oklahoma State
14 5 175 Lyle Button OT Illinois
15 5 188 Alex Loyd E Oklahoma State
16 5 201 Charlie Justice HB North Carolina
17 5 214 Jim Cullom G California
18 5 227 Alvin Duke RB Arkansas
19 5 240 Ed White E Alabama
20 5 253 George Bayer OT Washington
21 5 266 Casimir Witucki G Indiana
22 5 279 John deLaurentis OT Waynesburg
23 5 292 Joe Zuravleff E Northwestern
24 5 305 Dick Tilton OT Nevada
25 5 318 Art Stewart RB Oklahoma
26 5 331 Earl Roth RB Maryland
27 5 344 Ed Lee OT Kansas
28 5 357 Ralph Shoaf RB West Virginia
29 5 370 Johnny Lundin G Minnesota
30 3 383 Bob Noppinger E Georgetown

1950 AAFC Dispersal Draft[edit]

The dispersal draft gave NFL teams the league rights to the players from teams in the dissolved All-America Football Conference.[9]

Round Pick Name Position College AAFC Team
1 5 Jim Spavital FB Oklahoma A&M Los Angeles Dons
2 18 Chuck Drazenovich FB Penn State Los Angeles Dons
3 31 Roland Dale OT Mississippi Brooklyn Dodgers
4 48 Lloyd Eisenberg OT Duke Los Angeles Dons
5 61 Hardy Brown FB Tulsa Chicago Hornets
6 76 Ed Hirsch LB Northwestern Buffalo Bills
7 89 Ed Smith HB Texas Mines New York Yanks
9 117 Murray Alexander E Mississippi State Brooklyn Dodgers
10 132 Dewey Nelson HB Utah New York Bulldogs

1951 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 4 4 Leon Heath FB Oklahoma
2 1 15 Ed Salem DB Alabama
2 6 21 Jim Staton DT Wake Forest
3 3 29 Walt Yowarsky DE Kentucky
4 1 40 Paul Giroski OT Rice
6 3 65 John Martinkovic DE Xavier[w]
7 2 76 John Papit HB Virginia
8 1 87 Bill Cox DE Duke
9 3 101 Jake Rowden C Maryland
10 1 111 James Janosek T Purdue
11 1 124 Bill DeChard RB Holy Cross
12 3 138 Al Applegate G Scranton[i]
13 2 149 Dick Campbell RB Wyoming
15 3 174 Vic Thomas OT Colorado
16 2 185 Bob Bates C Texas A&M
17 1 196 Gene Brito DE Loyola[g]
18 3 210 Dom Fucci DB Kentucky
19 2 221 Buddy Brown G Arkansas
20 1 232 John Kerestes RB Purdue
21 2 246 Clarence Marable OT Texas Christian
22 2 257 Elliot Speed C Alabama
23 1 268 Cecil Martin RB North Texas State[c]
24 3 282 Tom Powers RB Duke
25 2 293 Bob Chubb E Shippensburg
26 1 304 Johnny Williams DB Southern California
27 3 318 Bill Johnson RB Stetson
28 2 329 John Kadiec G Missouri
29 1 340 Art Stewart RB Southeastern Oklahoma
30 3 354 Nick Bolkovac DT Pittsburgh

1952 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 7 7 Larry Isbell RB Baylor
2 6 19 Andy Davis DB George Washington[b]
3 6 31 Al Dorow QB Michigan State
4 6 43 Dick Hightower C Southern Methodist
5 6 55 Jim Clark OT Oregon State
6 6 67 Ed Kensler G Maryland
7 6 79 Vic Janowicz HB Ohio State
8 6 91 Hubert Johnston OT Iowa
9 6 103 Dick Alban DB Northwestern
10 6 115 Chet Ostrowski DE Notre Dame
11 6 127 Orlanda Mazza E Michigan State
12 6 139 Frank Middendorf C Cincinnati
13 6 151 Ray Potter OT Louisiana State
14 6 163 Doug Conway OT Texas Christian
15 6 175 Julius Wittman OT Ohio State
16 6 187 Marv Berschet G Illinois
17 6 199 Gil Bocetti RB Washington & Lee
18 6 211 Ed Bartlett E California
19 6 223 Joe Marvin RB UCLA
20 6 235 Roger Kinson C Missouri
21 6 247 Dick Jenkins OT Illinois
22 6 259 Jim O'Rourke RB North Carolina State
23 6 271 Ken Barfield OT Mississippi
24 6 283 Ted Kirkland E Vanderbilt
25 6 295 Sal Gero OT Elon
26 6 307 Danny Goode RB Hardin-Simmons
27 6 319 Ben White E Southern Methodist
28 6 331 Ron Engel RB Minnesota
29 6 343 John Pappa RB California
30 6 355 Bob Linn RB Case Western

1953 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 3 3 Jack Scarbath QB Maryland
2 3 16 Dick Modzelewski DT Maryland
3 2 27 Paul Dekker E Michigan State
4 3 40 Don Boll OT Nebraska
5 2 51 Nick Carras RB Missouri
8 3 88 Lew Weidensaul E Maryland
11 2 123 Alex Webster HB North Carolina State
12 3 136 Buzz Nutter C Virginia Tech
14 3 160 Ed Timmerman RB Michigan State
15 2 171 Dave Suminski G Wisconsin
16 3 184 Jim Slay E Mississippi
17 2 195 Bob Haner RB Villanova
18 3 208 Jim Turner RB Texas Tech
19 2 219 Tom Flyzik OT George Washington[b]
20 3 232 Bill Link G Wake Forest
21 2 243 Jim Dublinski C Utah
22 3 256 Ed Pucci G Southern California
23 2 267 Ed Bierne E Detroit Mercy[e]
24 3 280 Stan Butterworth RB Bucknell
25 2 291 Art Hurd G Maryland
26 3 304 Walt Ashcraft OT Southern California
27 2 315 John Zanetti OT John Carroll
28 3 328 Bob Buckley RB Southern California
29 2 339 Pat Shires RB Tennessee
30 3 352 Bob Mathias RB Stanford

1954 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 8 8 Steve Meilinger E Kentucky
2 7 20 Jim Schrader C Notre Dame
4 2 39 Ralph Felton LB Maryland
5 7 56 Billy Wells HB Michigan State
6 7 68 Bill McHenry C Washington & Lee
7 7 80 Harry Jagielski DT Indiana
8 7 92 Bill Marker E West Virginia
9 7 104 Jerry Minnick OT Nebraska
10 7 116 Merrill Green RB Oklahoma
11 7 128 Gene Wilson RB South Carolina
12 7 140 Ben Dunkerley OT West Virginia
13 7 152 Roger Dornburg RB Wisconsin
14 7 164 Roger Nelson OT Oklahoma
15 7 176 Hugh Merck OT South Carolina
16 7 188 Gilmer Spring E Texas
17 7 200 Jerry Coody RB Baylor
18 7 212 Walt Cudzik C Purdue
19 7 224 Jerry Witt RB Wisconsin
20 7 236 Sam Morley E Stanford
21 7 248 John Cavaglieri OT North Texas State[c]
22 7 260 Max Schmaling RB Purdue
23 7 272 Pete Carrieri G Villanova
24 7 284 Will Renfro DT Memphis State[f]
25 7 296 George Rosso DB Ohio State
26 7 308 Dorsey Gibson RB Oklahoma State
27 7 320 Ken Yarborough E North Carolina
28 7 332 Ron Hansen G Minnesota
29 7 344 Ted Kress RB Michigan
30 7 356 Don Rondou RB Northwestern

1955 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 4 4 Ralph Guglielmi QB Notre Dame
3 3 28 Ray Perkins HB Syracuse
5 3 52 Don Glantz OT Nebraska
7 3 76 Erik Christensen DE Richmond
7 7 80 Ron Marciniak G Kansas State
8 2 87 Johnny Allen C Purdue
9 3 100 John Miller OT Boston College
10 2 111 Tom Louderback LB San José State
11 3 124 Larry Parker RB North Carolina
12 2 135 John Barish OT Waynesburg
13 3 148 Len Oniskey OT Cornell
14 2 159 Tom Braatz LB Marquette
15 3 172 Charley Horton RB Vanderbilt
16 2 183 Hal Norris LB California
17 3 196 Don Shea G Georgia
18 2 207 Don Bailey RB Penn State
19 3 220 Bob Dee DE Holy Cross
20 2 231 Ron Geyer OT Michigan
21 3 244 Buck George RB Clemson
22 2 255 Joe Boland RB George Washington[b]
23 3 268 Chick Donaldson C West Virginia
24 2 279 Bob Ready OT Notre Dame
25 3 292 Frank Radella C Wyoming
26 2 303 Walt Houston G Purdue
27 3 316 A. J. Baker RB Arkansas
28 2 327 Arch Cassidy OT Florida
29 3 340 Bing Bordier E Southern California
30 2 351 Tom Petty E Virginia Tech

1956 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 12 12 Ed Vereb HB Maryland
2 11 24 John Paluck DE Pittsburgh
3 11 36 Fred Wyant QB West Virginia
4 4 41 Fran Machinsky OT Ohio State
5 10 59 Gary Lowe DB Michigan State
7 10 83 Donnie Caraway RB Houston
8 9 94 Dick James HB Oregon
9 10 107 Whitey Rouviere RB Miami (FL)
11 10 131 Tom Powell G Colgate
12 8 141 Jerry Planutis HB Michigan State
12 9 142 Gil Moreno OT UCLA
13 10 155 Jerry Ward G Dayton
14 9 166 Pat Uebel RB Army
16 9 190 Wells Gray G Wisconsin
17 10 203 Eagle Day QB Mississippi
18 9 214 Jim Pyburn E Auburn
19 10 227 Ray Lemek OT Notre Dame
20 9 238 Vince Gonzalez RB Louisiana State
21 10 251 Howard Schnellenberger E Kentucky
22 9 262 George Nicula OT Notre Dame
23 10 275 Don St. John RB Xavier[w]
24 9 286 Johnny Tatum C Texas
25 10 299 Franklin Brooks G Georgia Tech
26 9 310 Dave Burnham RB Wheaton
27 10 323 Royce Flippin RB Princeton
28 9 334 Billy Hicks RB Alabama
29 10 347 Pat Bisceglia G Notre Dame
30 8 357 Buck Mystrom G Michigan State

1957 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 9 9 Don Bosseler FB Miami (FL)
2 8 21 Joe Walton E Pittsburgh
3 8 33 Ed Sutton HB North Carolina
4 3 40 Jim Podoley HB Central Michigan
4 8 45 Vince Scorsone G Pittsburgh
6 8 69 J. T. Frankenberger OT Kentucky
7 8 81 Wally Merz OT Colorado
8 8 93 Paul Lopata E Central Michigan
9 8 105 Galen Laack G Pacific[h]
10 8 117 Don Dobrino RB Iowa
11 8 129 Dick Foster OT Idaho
12 8 141 Wade Mitchell QB Georgia Tech
13 8 153 Claude Austin RB George Washington[b]
14 8 165 George Rice OT Wofford
15 8 177 Brad Bomba E Indiana
16 8 189 Joe Brodsky RB Florida
17 8 201 Fred Brock RB Wheaton
18 8 213 Ed Sakach G George Washington[b]
19 8 225 John Bauer RB Villanova
20 8 237 Buddy Frick E South Carolina
21 8 249 Sam Owen RB Georgia Tech
22 8 261 Ed Voytek G Purdue
23 8 273 Al Viola G Northwestern
24 8 285 Bob Jennings C Furman
25 8 297 Dick Sassels OT Catawba
26 8 309 Paul Rotenberry RB Georgia Tech
27 8 321 Ormand Anderson OT Georgia Tech
28 8 333 Guy Martin RB Colgate
29 8 345 George Benedict E Springfield
30 7 356 Art Luppino RB Arizona

1958 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 3 16 Mike Sommer HB George Washington[b]
3 3 28 Stan Flowers RB Georgia Tech
3 6 31 Bill Anderson E Tennessee
4 3 40 Dan Nolan QB Lehigh
5 5 54 Jim Van Pelt QB Michigan
6 5 66 Dick Lynch DB Notre Dame
7 5 78 Leon Bennett OT Boston College
8 5 90 Buddy Payne E North Carolina
9 5 102 Frank Kuchta LB Notre Dame
10 5 114 Ben Preston OT Auburn
11 5 126 Darrell Dess G North Carolina State
12 5 138 Eddie Michaels G Villanova
13 5 150 Ken Ford QB Hardin-Simmons
14 5 162 Jack Faris E Penn State
15 5 174 Jack Davis G Arizona
16 5 186 Fred Polzer E Virginia
17 5 198 Fred Wilt OT Richmond
18 5 210 Lennie King RB Connecticut
19 5 222 Don Stephenson C Georgia Tech
20 5 234 Lou Pelham E Florida
21 5 246 Jackie Simpson LB Mississippi
22 5 258 Charley Sanders RB West Texas State[v]
23 5 270 Ron Schomburger E Florida State
24 5 282 Rod Hanson E Illinois
25 5 294 John Groom G Texas Christian
26 5 306 Frank Bloomquist G Iowa
27 5 318 Perry Gehring E Minnesota
28 5 330 Joe Biggs G Hardin-Simmons
29 5 342 Ed Coffin RB Syracuse
30 4 353 Ted Smith E Georgia Tech

1959 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 4 4 Don Allard QB Boston College
3 4 28 Emil Karas LB Dayton
4 4 40 Jim Wood E Oklahoma State
5 1 49 Bob Wetoska OT Notre Dame
6 5 65 Jim McFalls OT Virginia Military Institute
7 4 76 Don Lawrence DT Notre Dame
7 7 79 Mitch Ogiego QB Iowa
7 9 81 Jim Kenney E Boston University[k]
8 5 89 Gene O'Pella E Villanova
9 4 100 Dick Haley DB Pittsburgh
10 5 113 Ron Togh RB Notre Dame
11 4 124 Gerry Marciniak G Michigan
12 5 137 Roger Wypyszynski OT St. Norbert
13 4 148 Billy Shoemake E Louisiana State
14 5 161 Kurt Schwarz G Maryland
15 4 172 Fred Hood E Northeastern State
16 5 185 Dick Splain OT New Haven
17 4 196 Jim Healy G Holy Cross
18 5 209 Joe Kapp QB California
19 4 220 Bobby Lauder RB Auburn
20 5 233 Homer Brewer DB Mississippi
21 4 244 Mel Reight RB West Virginia
22 5 257 Art Gob DE Pittsburgh
23 4 268 Clarence Alexander RB Southeastern Louisiana
24 5 281 George Darrah RB Franklin & Marshall
25 4 292 Bob Sargent OT Colby
26 5 305 Gene Grabosky DT Syracuse
27 4 316 Norm Odyniec RB Notre Dame
28 5 329 Billy Austin RB Rutgers
29 4 340 Don Lockwood G Tulane
30 5 353 Jim Colclough E Boston College

1960s[edit]

1960 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 4 4 Richie Lucas QB Penn State
2 9 21 Sam Horner HB Virginia Military Institute
3 4 28 Andy Stynchula OT Penn State
4 12 48 Vince Promuto G Holy Cross
5 4 52 Don Stallings OT North Carolina
6 4 64 Dave Hudson E Florida
8 3 87 Earl Kohlhaas G Penn State
9 4 100 Dwight Bumgarner E Duke
11 4 124 Jim Elfrid C Colorado State
12 4 136 Jim Crotty HB Notre Dame
13 4 148 Bill Herron E Georgia
14 4 160 Charlie Milstead RB Texas A&M
15 4 172 Bernie Darre G Tulane
16 4 184 Joe Kulbacki RB Purdue
17 4 196 Billy Roland G Georgia
18 4 208 John Lawrence G North Carolina State
19 4 220 Ron Maltony G Purdue
20 4 232 Jimmy Wolf HB Panhandle State

1961 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 2 2 Norm Snead QB Wake Forest
1 3 3 Joe Rutgens DT Illinois
3 11 39 Jim Cunningham FB Pittsburgh
6 2 72 Joe Krakoski DB Illinois
6 3 73 John O'Day OT Miami (FL)
7 3 87 Jim Kerr DB Penn State
8 3 101 Charley Barnes E Northeast Louisiana[q]
9 3 115 Joel Arrington RB Duke
11 3 143 Riley Mattson OT Oregon
12 3 157 Bob Coolbaugh WR Richmond
13 3 171 Doug Elmore P Mississippi
14 3 185 Doyle Schick CB Kansas
15 3 199 Bob Johnson E Michigan
16 3 213 Ron Petty OT Louisville
17 3 227 Joe Bellino HB Navy
18 3 241 George Tolford OT Ohio State
19 3 255 Tony Romeo TE Florida State
20 3 269 Mike Ingram G Ohio State

1962 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 1 1 Ernie Davis RB Syracuse
2 1 15 Joe Hernandez WR Arizona
3 1 29 Bob Mitinger LB Penn State
4 1 43 Billy Neighbors G Alabama
7 1 85 Bert Coan HB Kansas
8 1 99 Ron Hatcher FB Michigan State
9 1 113 Dave Viti E Boston University[k]
10 1 127 John Childress G Arkansas
11 1 141 Carl Palazzo OT Adams State
12 1 155 Terry Terrebonne HB Tulane
13 1 169 Bill Whisler E Iowa
14 1 183 Jim Costen HB South Carolina
15 1 197 Len Velia OT Georgia
16 1 211 Tommy Brooker E Alabama
17 1 225 Allen Miller LB Ohio
18 1 239 Carl Charon DB Michigan State
19 1 253 Claude Crabb DB Colorado
20 1 267 Ed Trancygier QB Florida State

1963 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 7 7 Pat Richter TE Wisconsin
2 8 22 Lonnie Sanders CB Michigan State
3 7 35 Ron Snidow DE Oregon
6 8 78 Charley Nickoson OT Ohio
7 7 91 Dave Francis FB Ohio State
9 7 119 Billy Joe RB Villanova
10 8 134 Rod Foster G Ohio State
11 7 147 Allen Schau E Western Michigan
12 8 162 Bob Caldwell C Georgia Tech
13 7 175 John Greiner E Purdue
14 8 190 Tom Winingder RB Georgia Tech
15 7 203 Harry Butsko LB Maryland
16 8 218 Dave Adams G Arkansas
17 7 231 Ron Whaley DB Tennessee-Chattanooga
18 8 246 Drew Roberts E Cal State-Humboldt
19 7 259 Jim Turner K Utah State
20 8 274 Joe Baughan OT Auburn

1964 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 3 3 Charley Taylor WR Arizona State
2 4 18 Paul Krause S Iowa
5 3 59 Jim Snowden OT Notre Dame
6 4 74 Russ Brown E Florida
7 3 87 Dick Shiner QB Maryland
9 3 115 Len Hauss C Georgia
10 4 130 Rick Leeson RB Pittsburgh
11 3 143 Gene Donaldson RB Purdue
12 4 158 Bob Avolerin OT Tennessee
13 3 171 Tom McDonald RB Notre Dame
14 4 186 Tom Urbanik RB Penn State
15 3 199 Dick Evers OT Colorado State
16 4 214 Tom Walters S Mississippi
17 3 227 Ozzie Clay WR Iowa State
18 4 242 Bob Jones G Nebraska
19 3 255 John Seedborg P Arizona State
20 4 270 Gordon Guest RB Arkansas

1965 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 7 21 Bob Breitenstein OT Tulsa
3 6 34 Kent McCloughan CB Nebraska
8 7 105 Don Croftcheck G Indiana
9 6 118 Jerry Smith TE Arizona State
10 7 133 Bob Briggs FB Central State
11 6 146 Willie Adams DE New Mexico State
12 6 160 John Strohmeyer OT Michigan
13 6 174 Biff Bracy HB Duke
14 7 189 Dave Estrada HB Arizona State
15 6 202 Ben Baldwin RB Vanderbilt
16 7 217 Bob Reed G Tennessee A&I
17 6 230 Gary Hart E Vanderbilt
18 7 245 Chris Hanburger LB North Carolina
19 6 258 Roosevelt Ellerbe RB Iowa State

1966 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 6 6 Charlie Gogolak K Princeton
2 5 21 Walt Barnes DT Nebraska
3 6 38 Tom Barrington RB Ohio State
4 5 53 Billy Clay DB Mississippi
5 6 70 Dick Lemay OT Vanderbilt
6 14 94 Earl Yates OT Duke
7 6 101 George Patton OT Georgia
8 5 115 Stan Mitchell RB Tennessee
9 6 131 Jack Shinholser LB Florida State
10 5 145 Caesar Belser DB Arkansas AM&N[j]
11 6 161 Dick Reding WR Northwestern State
12 5 175 John Stipech LB Utah
13 6 191 Heath Wingate C Bowling Green
14 5 205 Jerry Lovelace HB Texas Tech
15 6 221 Hal Seymour HB Florida
16 5 235 Hal Wantland DB Tennessee
17 6 251 Mitch Zalnasky E Pittsburgh
18 5 265 Joe Burson HB Georgia
19 6 281 Andre White TE Florida A&M
20 5 295 John Kelly T Florida A&M

1967 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 13 13 Ray McDonald RB Idaho
2 12 38 Spain Musgrove DE Utah State
3 11 64 Curg Belcher DB Brigham Young
6 2 135 Don Bandy G Tulsa
7 9 168 Bruce Matte QB Miami (Ohio)
7 13 172 John Love WR North Texas State[c]
8 5 190 Larry Hendershot LB Arizona State
9 11 222 Pete Larson RB Cornell
10 10 247 Tim Houlton DT St. Norbert
10 13 250 Bruce Sullivan DB Illinois
11 12 275 Bill Brown C Texas-El Paso
12 12 300 Ron Sepic E Ohio State
13 13 328 Bob Rodwell LB Eastern Michigan
14 12 353 Andy Socha HB Marshall
15 11 378 Ed Breding LB Texas A&M
16 13 406 Alfredo Avila DB Sul Ross
17 12 431 Lyle Baucom OT San Francisco State

1968 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 12 12 Jim Smith DB Oregon
2 11 38 Tom Roussel LB Southern Mississippi
4 11 94 Dennis Crane DT Southern California
5 2 113 Ken Barefoot TE Virginia Tech
5 6 117 Mike Bragg P Richmond
6 11 149 Willie Banks G Alcorn State
7 11 176 Bob Brunet RB Louisiana State
8 11 203 Brian Magnuson RB Montana
9 11 230 Frank Liberatore DB Clemson
11 11 284 Tom Garretson DB Northwestern
12 11 311 Dave Weedman DT Western Washington
13 11 338 Mike St. Louis OT Central Missouri
14 11 365 Dave Zivich OT Cal-Santa Barbara[l]
15 11 392 Coger Coverson G Texas Southern
16 11 419 Willie Turner RB Jackson State
17 11 446 Frank Bosch DT Colorado

1969 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 20 46 Eugene Epps DB Texas-El Paso
3 10 62 Ed Cross RB Arkansas AM&N[j]
5 10 114 Bill Kishman DB Colorado State
6 9 139 Harold McLinton LB Southern
7 10 166 Jeff Anderson RB Virginia
7 17 173 John Didion C Oregon State
8 9 191 Larry Brown RB Kansas State
11 9 269 Eric Norri DT Notre Dame
12 9 295 Bob Shannon DB Tennessee State
13 11 322 Mike Shook DB North Texas State[c]
14 9 347 Rick Brand DT Virginia
15 10 374 Paul Rogers OT Virginia
16 9 399 Mike Washington LB Southern
17 10 426 Rich Dobbert DE Springfield

1970s[edit]

1970 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 17 43 Bill Brundige DT Colorado
4 25 103 Paul Laaveg G Iowa
5 10 114 Manny Sistrunk DT Arkansas A&M
5 17 121 Danny Pierce RB Memphis State[f]
7 17 173 Roland Merritt WR Maryland
7 22 178 Jimmy Harris CB Howard Payne
8 18 200 Paul Johnson DB Penn State
9 17 225 Ralph Sonntag OT Maryland
11 17 277 Mack Alston TE Maryland Eastern Shore[o]
12 17 303 Jim Kates LB Penn State
13 17 329 Joe Patterson OT Lawrence
14 17 355 Tony Moro RB Dayton
15 17 381 Vic Lewandowsky C Holy Cross
16 18 407 Steve Bushore WR Emporia State
17 19 433 Earl Maxfield DT Baylor

1971 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 12 38 Cotton Speyrer WR Texas
6 11 141 Conway Hayman G Delaware
7 10 166 Willie Germany DB Morgan State
9 11 219 Mike Fanucci DE Arizona State
10 10 244 Jesse Taylor RB Cincinnati
11 12 272 George Starke OT Columbia
12 11 297 Jeff Severson DB Long Beach State
13 10 322 Dan Ryczek C Virginia
14 11 349 Bill Bynum QB Western New Mexico
15 11 375 Tony Christnovich G Wisconsin–La Crosse
16 10 400 Glenn Tucker LB North Texas State[c]

1972 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
8 21 203 Moses Denson RB Maryland Eastern Shore[o]
9 21 229 Steve Boekholder DE Drake
10 21 255 Mike Oldham WR Michigan
11 21 281 Jeff Welch DB Arkansas State
12 21 307 Don Bunce QB Stanford
13 20 332 Frank Grant WR Southern Colorado
15 2 365 Mike O'Quinn G McNeese State
15 22 385 Carl Taibi DE Colorado
16 21 411 Steve Higginbotham DB Alabama
17 21 437 Kevin Clemente LB Boston College

1973 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
5 13 117 Charles Cantrell G Lamar
8 11 193 Mike Hancock TE Idaho State
9 10 218 Rich Galbos RB Ohio State
9 25 233 Eddie Sheats LB Kansas
10 11 245 Ken Stone DB Vanderbilt
12 25 311 Ernie Webster G Pittsburgh
13 25 337 Dennis Johnson DE Delaware
14 25 363 Herb Marshall DB Cameron[m]
16 26 415 Mike Wedman K Colorado
17 25 441 Jeff Davis RB Mars Hill

1974 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
6 14 144 Jon Keyworth RB Colorado
7 24 180 Mike Varty LB Northwestern
8 14 196 Darwin Robinson RB Dakota State
9 10 218 Mark Sens DE Colorado
9 20 228 Mike Flater K Colo. School of Mines
9 25 233 Jim Kennedy TE Colorado State
10 24 258 Johnny Vann DB South Dakota
11 22 282 Joe Miller OT Villanova
13 20 332 Stu O'Dell LB Indiana
14 23 361 Don Van Galder QB Utah
16 21 411 Nate Anderson RB Eastern Illinois

1975 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
5 4 108 Mike Thomas RB Nevada-Las Vegas
6 17 147 Mark Doak OT Nebraska
9 20 228 Dallas Hickman DE California
11 17 277 Ardell Johnson DB Nebraska
11 22 282 Jerry Hackenbruck DE Oregon State
14 7 344 Morris McKie DB North Carolina State
14 22 359 Dave Benson LB Weber State
15 20 384 Art Kuehn C UCLA
16 22 412 Dennis Pavelka G Nebraska
17 22 437 Carl Taylor DE Memphis State[f]

1976 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
5 24 148 Mike Hughes G Baylor
6 23 179 Tom Marvaso DB Cincinnati
8 25 234 Brian Fryer WR Alberta
9 17 254 Curtis Akins G Hawaii
10 7 272 Paul Strohmeier LB Washington
11 17 308 Dean Gissler DE Nebraska
12 23 342 Walter Tullis WR Delaware State
13 17 364 Waymon Britt DB Michigan
14 18 393 Quinn Buckner DB Indiana
15 23 426 John Monroe RB Bluefield State
17 17 476 Chuck Willis DB Oregon

1977 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
4 13 97 Duncan McColl DE Stanford
7 22 189 Reggie Haynes TE Nevada-Las Vegas
9 23 246 Mike Northington RB Purdue
10 22 273 James Sykes RB Rice
11 21 300 Don Harris DB Rutgers
12 20 327 Curtis Kirkland DE Missouri

1978 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
6 21 159 Tony Green RB Florida
8 8 202 Walker Lee WR North Carolina
8 25 219 Don Hover LB Washington State
9 21 243 John Hurley QB Santa Clara[d]
10 20 270 Scott Hertenstein DE Azusa Pacific
11 19 297 Mike Williams DB Texas A&M
12 18 324 Steve McCabe G Bowdoin

1979 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
4 21 103 Don Warren TE San Diego State
7 17 182 Rich Milot LB Penn State
9 13 233 Kris Haines WR Notre Dame
11 14 289 Monte Coleman LB Central Arkansas
11 25 300 Tony Hall WR Knoxville

1980s[edit]

1980 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 18 18 Art Monk WR Syracuse
2 27 55 Mat Mendenhall DE Brigham Young
6 17 155 Farley Bell LB Cincinnati
7 22 187 Melvin Jones G Houston
9 20 241 Lawrence McCullough WR Illinois
10 19 268 Lewis Walker RB Utah
11 18 295 Mike Matocha DE Texas-Arlington
12 22 327 Marcene Emmett DB North Alabama

1981 Draft[edit]

Mark May was drafted in the first round of the 1981 Draft.[10]
Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 20 20 Mark May OT Pittsburgh
3 13 69 Russ Grimm G Pittsburgh
4 7 90 Tom Flick QB Washington
5 8 119 Dexter Manley DE Oklahoma State
5 21 132 Gary Sayre G Cameron[m]
6 10 148 Larry Kubin LB Penn State
8 8 201 Charlie Brown WR South Carolina State
9 10 231 Darryl Grant DT Rice
10 9 257 Phil Kessel QB Northern Michigan
10 19 267 Allan Kennedy OT Washington State
11 8 284 Jerry Hill WR North Alabama
12 10 314 Clint Didier TE Portland State

1982 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 22 49 Vernon Dean CB San Diego State
3 6 61 Carl Powell WR Jackson State
4 16 99 Todd Liebenstein DE Nevada-Las Vegas
5 22 133 Mike Williams TE Alabama A&M
6 14 153 Lamont Jeffers LB Tennessee
7 13 180 John Schactner LB Northern Arizona
8 28 223 Ralph Warthen DT Gardner-Webb
9 3 226 Ken Coffey DB Southwest Texas State[r]
9 15 238 Randy Trautman DT Boise State
10 3 254 Harold Smith DE Kentucky State
10 14 265 Terry Daniels DB Tennessee
11 2 281 Dan Miller K Miami (FL)
11 12 291 Bob Holly QB Princeton
12 3 309 Donald Laster OT Tennessee State
12 16 322 Jeff Goff LB Arkansas

1983 Draft[edit]

Darrell Green, a first-round draft pick in 1983, was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2008.[11]
Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 28 28 Darrell Green CB Texas A&I
2 28 56 Richard Williams RB Memphis State[f]
3 28 84 Charles Mann DE Nevada
6 26 166 Bob Winckler OT Wisconsin
6 28 168 Babe Laufenberg QB Indiana
7 28 196 Kelvin Bryant RB North Carolina
8 28 224 Todd Hallstrom OT Minnesota
9 27 251 Marcus Gilbert RB Texas Christian
10 28 279 Geff Gandy LB Baylor

1984 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 3 31 Bob Slater DT Oklahoma
2 27 55 Steve Hamilton DE East Carolina
3 27 83 Jay Schroeder QB UCLA
4 18 102 Jimmy Smith RB Elon
5 13 125 Jeff Pegues LB East Carolina
6 27 167 Curt Singer OT Tennessee
7 27 195 Mark Smith WR North Carolina
8 27 223 Jeff Smith DB Missouri
10 27 279 Keith Griffin RB Miami (FL)
11 26 306 Anthony Jones TE Wichita State
12 27 335 Curtland Thomas WR Missouri

1984 Supplemental Draft[edit]

The supplemental draft gave NFL teams the league rights to the players who had been eligible to be drafted but were not because they were under contract with teams in the United States Football League or the Canadian Football League.[12]

Round Pick Name Position College USFL Team
1 27 Tony Zendejas K Nevada-Reno Los Angeles Express
2 55 Gary Clark WR James Madison Jacksonville Bulls
3 83 Clarence Verdin WR Southwestern Louisiana[s] Houston Gamblers

1985 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 5 33 Tory Nixon DB San Diego State
5 10 122 Raphel Cherry DB Hawaii
6 23 163 Danzell Lee TE Lamar
7 9 177 Jamie Harris KR Oklahoma State
7 17 185 Lionel Vital RB Nicholls State
8 23 219 Barry Wilburn CB Mississippi
9 23 247 Mitch Geier G Troy State[u]
10 11 263 Terry Orr TE Texas
11 10 290 Raleigh McKenzie G Tennessee
11 24 304 Garry Kimble DB Sam Houston State
12 1 309 Dean Hamel DT Tulsa
12 23 331 Bryan Winn LB Houston

1986 Draft[edit]

Mark Rypien was drafted in the sixth round of the 1986 Draft and was named Super Bowl XXVI MVP.[13]
Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 3 30 Markus Koch DE Boise State
2 18 45 Walter Murray WR Hawaii
3 20 75 Alvin Walton DB Kansas
5 3 113 Ravin Caldwell LB Arkansas
6 8 146 Mark Rypien QB Washington State
6 18 156 Jim Huddleston G Virginia
7 20 186 Rick Badanjek RB Maryland
8 19 213 Kurt Gouveia LB Brigham Young
9 18 239 Wayne Asberry DB Texas A&M
11 20 297 Kenny Fells RB Henderson State
12 18 323 Eric Yarber WR Idaho

1987 Draft[edit]

Clarence Vaughn was drafted in the eighth round of the 1987 Draft.
Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 2 30 Brian Davis DB Nebraska
2 20 48 Wally Kleine OT Notre Dame
5 5 117 Timmy Smith RB Texas Tech
6 4 144 Steve Gage DB Tulsa
6 24 164 Ed Simmons OT Eastern Washington
7 24 192 Johnny Thomas DB Baylor
8 24 219 Clarence Vaughn DB Northern Illinois
9 25 248 Alfred Jenkins RB Arizona
10 23 274 Ted Wilson WR Central Florida
11 25 304 Laron Brown WR Texas
12 24 331 Ray Hitchcock C Minnesota

1988 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 28 55 Chip Lohmiller K Minnesota
3 11 66 Mike Oliphant RB Puget Sound
4 28 109 Jamie Morris RB Michigan
5 18 127 Carl Mims DB Sam Houston State
6 22 159 Stan Humphries QB Northeast Louisiana[q]
7 28 193 Harold Hicks DB San Diego State
8 28 221 Darryl McGill RB Wake Forest
9 28 249 Blake Peterson LB Mesa
10 28 277 Henry Brown OT Ohio State
11 28 305 Curt Koch DE Colorado
12 10 315 Wayne Ross P San Diego State
Mark Schlereth was drafted in the tenth round of the 1989 Draft and won three Super Bowls in his career.[14]

1989 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
3 10 66 Tracy Rocker DT Auburn
4 26 110 Erik Affholter WR Southern California
5 17 129 Tim Smiley DB Arkansas State
5 27 139 Lybrant Robinson DE Delaware State
6 10 149 A. J. Johnson DB Southwest Texas State[r]
7 12 179 Kevin Hendrix LB South Carolina
9 10 233 Charles Darrington TE Kentucky
10 12 263 Mark Schlereth C Idaho
12 9 316 Jimmie Johnson TE Howard
12 10 317 Joe Mickles RB Mississippi

1990s[edit]

1990 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 21 46 Andre Collins LB Penn State
3 23 76 Mohammed Elewonibi G Brigham Young
4 5 86 Cary Conklin QB Washington
4 28 109 Rico Labbe DB Boston College
5 21 130 Brian Mitchell RB Southwestern Louisiana[s]
6 23 160 Kent Walls DT Nebraska
9 23 243 Tim Moxley G Ohio State
10 14 262 D'Juan Francisco DB North Dakota
10 22 270 Thomas Rayam DT Alabama
11 21 297 Jon Leverenz LB Minnesota

1991 Draft[edit]

Keenan McCardell was drafted in the twelfth round of the 1991 Draft and rejoined the team in 2007.[15]
Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 17 17 Bobby Wilson DT Michigan State
3 21 76 Ricky Ervins RB Southern California
6 20 159 Dennis Ransom TE Texas A&M
7 21 188 Keith Cash TE Texas
8 20 215 Jimmy Spencer DB Florida
9 20 243 Charles Bell DB Baylor
10 20 270 Cris Shale P Bowling Green
11 21 299 David Gulledge S Jacksonville State
12 20 326 Keenan McCardell WR Nevada-Las Vegas

1992 Draft[edit]

Desmond Howard was drafted in the first round of the 1992 Draft.
Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 4 4 Desmond Howard WR Michigan
2 19 47 Shane Collins DE Arizona State
3 18 74 Paul Siever G Penn State
4 28 112 Chris Hakel QB William & Mary
6 28 168 Ray Rowe TE San Diego State
7 28 196 Calvin Holmes DB Southern California
8 28 224 Darryl Moore G Texas-El Paso
9 28 252 Boone Powell LB Texas
10 28 280 Tony Barker LB Rice
11 28 308 Terry Smith WR Penn State
12 28 336 Matt Elliott C Michigan

1993 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 17 17 Tom Carter CB Notre Dame
2 16 45 Reggie Brooks RB Notre Dame
3 15 71 Rick Hamilton LB Central Florida
3 24 80 Ed Bunn P Texas-El Paso
4 17 101 Sterling Palmer DE Florida State
5 16 128 Greg Huntington C Penn State
6 15 155 Darryl Morrison CB Arizona
6 20 160 Frank Wycheck TE Maryland
8 16 212 Lamont Hollinquest LB Southern California
Heath Shuler, drafted in the first round of the 1994 Draft,[16] is now an American politician in the United States House of Representatives.[17]

1994 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 3 3 Heath Shuler QB Tennessee
2 2 31 Tre' Johnson G Temple
3 3 68 Tydus Winans WR Fresno State
3 32 97 Joe Patton OT Alabama A&M
4 2 105 Kurt Haws TE Utah
6 2 163 Dexter Nottage DE Florida A&M
7 3 197 Gus Frerotte QB Tulsa

1995 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 4 4 Michael Westbrook WR Colorado
2 5 37 Cory Raymer C Wisconsin
3 4 68 Darryl Pounds CB Nicholls State
4 5 103 Larry Jones RB Miami (FL)
5 3 137 Jamie Asher TE Louisville
5 18 152 Rich Owens DE Lehigh
6 5 176 Brian Thure OT California
7 18 226 Scott Turner CB Illinois

1996 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 30 30 Andre Johnson OT Penn State
4 7 102 Stephen Davis RB Auburn
5 6 138 Leomont Evans S Clemson
6 7 174 Kelvin Kinney DE Virginia State
7 6 215 Jeremy Asher LB Oregon
7 41 250 DeAndre Maxwell WR San Diego State

1997 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 17 17 Kenard Lang DE Miami (FL)
2 21 51 Greg Jones LB Colorado
3 20 80 Derek Smith LB Arizona State
4 19 115 Albert Connell WR Texas A&M
5 2 132 Jamel Williams S Nebraska
5 10 140 Keith Thibodeaux CB Northwestern State
5 18 148 Twan Russell LB Miami (FL)
5 32 162 Brad Badger G Stanford

1998 Draft[edit]

Champ Bailey was drafted in the first round of the 1999 Draft.
Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 18 48 Stephen Alexander TE Oklahoma
3 8 69 Skip Hicks RB UCLA
4 21 113 Shawn Barber LB Richmond
5 17 140 Mark Fischer C Purdue
6 17 170 Pat Palmer WR Northwestern State
7 2 191 David Terrell CB Texas-El Paso
7 17 206 Antwaune Ponds LB Syracuse

1999 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 7 7 Champ Bailey CB Georgia
2 6 37 Jon Jansen OT Michigan
4 12 107 Nate Stimson LB Georgia Tech
5 32 165 Derek Smith OT Virginia Tech
6 12 181 Jeff Hall K Tennessee
7 11 217 Tim Alexander WR Oregon State

2000s[edit]

Chris Samuels was drafted third overall in the 2000 Draft.[18]

2000 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 2 2 LaVar Arrington LB Penn State
1 3 3 Chris Samuels OT Alabama
3 2 64 Lloyd Harrison CB North Carolina State
4 35 129 Michael Moore G Troy State[u]
5 26 155 Quincy Sanders S Nevada-Las Vegas
6 36 202 Todd Husak QB Stanford
7 10 216 Delbert Cowsette DT Maryland
7 44 250 Ethan Howell WR Oklahoma State
Fred Smoot was drafted in the second round of the 2001 Draft.

2001 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 15 15 Rod Gardner WR Clemson
2 14 45 Fred Smoot CB Mississippi State
4 14 109 Sage Rosenfels QB Iowa State
5 23 154 Darnerien McCants WR Delaware State
6 23 186 Mario Monds DT Cincinnati

2002 Draft[edit]

Chris Cooley was drafted in the third round of the 2004 Draft.[19]
Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 32 32 Patrick Ramsey QB Tulane
2 24 56 Ladell Betts RB Iowa
3 14 79 Rashad Bauman CB Oregon
3 22 87 Cliff Russell WR Utah
5 24 159 Andre Lott S Tennessee
5 25 160 Robert Royal TE Louisiana State
6 20 192 Reggie Coleman OT Tennessee
7 19 230 Jeff Grau LS UCLA
7 23 234 Greg Scott DE Hampton
7 46 257 Rock Cartwright FB Kansas State
Sean Taylor, a first-round draft pick in 2004, played safety for the Redskins until he was fatally shot in November 2007.[20][21]

2003 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 12 44 Taylor Jacobs WR Florida
3 17 81 Derrick Dockery G Texas
7 18 232 Gibran Hamdan QB Indiana

2004 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 5 5 Sean Taylor S Miami (FL)
3 18 81 Chris Cooley TE Utah State
5 19 151 Mark Wilson OT California
6 15 180 Jim Molinaro OT Notre Dame
Jason Campbell was drafted in the first round of 2005 Draft.[22]

2005 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 9 9 Carlos Rogers CB Auburn
1 25 25 Jason Campbell QB Auburn
4 19 120 Manuel White FB UCLA
5 18 154 Robert McCune LB Louisville
6 9 183 Jared Newberry LB Stanford
7 8 222 Nehemiah Broughton FB The Citadel

2006 Draft[edit]

LaRon Landry was drafted sixth overall in the 2007 Draft.
Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 3 35 Rocky McIntosh LB Miami (FL)
5 20 153 Anthony Montgomery DT Minnesota
6 4 173 Reed Doughty S Northern Colorado
6 27 196 Kedric Golston DT Georgia
7 22 230 Kili Lefotu G Arizona
7 42 250 Kevin Simon LB Tennessee

2007 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 6 6 LaRon Landry S Louisiana State
5 6 143 Dallas Sartz LB Southern California
6 5 179 H. B. Blades LB Pittsburgh
6 31 205 Jordan Palmer QB Texas-El Paso
7 6 216 Tyler Ecker TE Michigan
Malcolm Kelly was drafted in the second round of the 2008 Draft.

2008 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 3 34 Devin Thomas WR Michigan State
2 17 48 Fred Davis TE Southern California
2 20 51 Malcolm Kelly WR Oklahoma
3 33 96 Chad Rinehart G Northern Iowa
4 25 124 Justin Tryon CB Arizona State
6 2 168 Durant Brooks P Georgia Tech
6 14 180 Kareem Moore S Nicholls State
6 20 186 Colt Brennan QB Hawaii
7 35 242 Rob Jackson DE Kansas State
7 42 249 Chris Horton S UCLA
Brian Orakpo was drafted in the first round of the 2009 Draft.

2009 Draft[edit]

Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 13 13 Brian Orakpo DE Texas
3 16 80 Kevin Barnes CB Maryland
5 22 158 Cody Glenn LB Nebraska
6 13 186 Robert Henson LB Texas Christian
7 12 221 Eddie Williams TE Idaho
7 34 243 Marko Mitchell WR Nevada

2009 Supplemental Draft[edit]

For each player selected in the Supplemental Draft, the team forfeited its pick in that round in the draft of the following season.

Round Name Position College
3 Jeremy Jarmon DE Kentucky

2010s[edit]

2010 Draft[edit]

Perry Riley was drafted in the fourth round of the 2010 Draft.
Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 4 4 Trent Williams OT Oklahoma
4 5 103 Perry Riley LB Louisiana State
6 5 174 Dennis Morris TE Louisiana Tech
7 12 219 Terrence Austin WR UCLA
7 22 229 Erik Cook G New Mexico
7 24 231 Selvish Capers OT West Virginia

2011 Draft[edit]

Ryan Kerrigan was drafted 16th overall in the 2011 Draft.
Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 16 16 Ryan Kerrigan DE Purdue
2 9 41 Jarvis Jenkins DT Clemson
3 15 79 Leonard Hankerson WR Miami (FL)
4 8 105 Roy Helu RB Nebraska
5 15 146 DeJon Gomes S Nebraska
5 24 155 Niles Paul WR Nebraska
6 12 177 Evan Royster RB Penn State
6 13 178 Aldrick Robinson WR Southern Methodist
7 10 213 Brandyn Thompson CB Boise State
7 14 217 Maurice Hurt OT Florida
7 21 224 Markus White DE Florida State
7 50 253 Chris Neild DT West Virginia

2012 Draft[edit]

Alfred Morris was drafted in the sixth round of the 2012 Draft.
Round Pick Overall Name Position College
1 2 2 Robert Griffin III QB Baylor
3 8 71 Josh LeRibeus OG Southern Methodist
4 7 102 Kirk Cousins QB Michigan State
4 24 119 Keenan Robinson LB Texas
5 6 141 Adam Gettis OG Iowa
6 3 173 Alfred Morris RB Florida Atlantic
6 23 193 Tom Compton OT South Dakota
7 6 213 Richard Crawford CB Southern Methodist
7 10 217 Jordan Bernstine S Iowa

2013 Draft[edit]

Jordan Reed was drafted in the third round of the 2013 Draft.
Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 19 51 David Amerson CB North Carolina State
3 23 85 Jordan Reed TE Florida
4 22 119 Phillip Thomas S Fresno State
5 21 154 Chris Thompson RB Florida State
5 29 162 Brandon Jenkins DE Florida State
6 23 191 Bacarri Rambo S Georgia
7 22 228 Jawan Jamison RB Rutgers

2014 Draft[edit]

Trent Murphy was drafted in the second round of the 2014 Draft.
Round Pick Overall Name Position College
2 15 47 Trent Murphy LB Stanford
3 2 66 Morgan Moses OT Virginia
3 14 78 Spencer Long G Nebraska
4 2 102 Bashaud Breeland CB Clemson
5 2 142 Ryan Grant WR Tulane
6 10 186 Lache Seastrunk RB Baylor
7 2 217 Ted Bolser TE Indiana
7 13 228 Zach Hocker K Arkansas

Draft Picks by College[edit]

The following schools have had multiple players selected by the Washington Redskins since the 1936 NFL Draft through the 2013 NFL Draft. This does not include the 1950 AAFC Dispersal Draft and the Supplemental Drafts (1984, 2009).

Picks College
33 Notre Dame
29 Southern California
21 Penn State
20 Alabama
19 Nebraska
18 Maryland
Tennessee
17 Michigan
16 Georgia Tech
Michigan State
Purdue
Texas A&M
15 California
Duke
Georgia
Mississippi
North Carolina
Ohio State
Stanford
Texas
14 Iowa
Minnesota
Pittsburgh
UCLA[a]
13 Auburn
Colorado
Illinois
Oklahoma
12 Florida
Missouri
Washington State
11 Arkansas
Indiana
Louisiana State
Miami
Northwestern
Oregon
Oregon State
Tulane
10 Arizona
Arizona State
Syracuse
Vanderbilt
Villanova
9 Baylor
Holy Cross
Texas Christian
Virginia
Washington
8 Florida State
Kentucky
North Carolina State
Utah
West Virginia
7 Boston College
Clemson
Colgate
Oklahoma State
Rice
Richmond
San Diego State
South Carolina
Southern Methodist
Texas-El Paso
Tulsa
Wisconsin
6 George Washington[b]
Idaho
Iowa State
Kansas
Kansas State
Texas Tech
Wake Forest
5 Brigham Young
Cincinnati
Colorado State
Georgetown
Nevada, Las Vegas
North Texas State[c]
San Jose State
Santa Clara[d]
William & Mary
4 Cornell
Detroit Mercy[e]
Hawaii
Memphis State[f]
Mississippi State
Princeton
Utah State
Virginia Tech
3 Boise State
Connecticut
Dayton
Delaware
Delaware State
Elon
Florida A&M
Fresno State
Hardin-Simmons
Houston
Louisville
Loyola[g]
Nevada
Nicholls State
Northwestern State
Ohio
Pacific[h]
Rutgers
Scranton[i]
Tenn. A&I/Tenn. State
Washington & Lee
2 Alabama A&M
Arkansas AM&N[j]
Arkansas State
Army
Boston University[k]
Bowling Green
California-Santa Barbara[l]
Cameron[m]
Central Florida
Central Michigan
Centre College
Duquesne
East Carolina
Jackson State
Lamar
Lehigh
Louisiana Tech
Marquette[n]
Maryland Eastern Shore[o]
New York[p]
North Alabama
Northeast Louisiana[q]
Rochester
Sam Houston State
South Dakota
Southern
Southern Mississippi
Southwest Texas State[r]
Southwestern Louisiana[s]
Springfield (Mass.)
St. Mary's (Cal.)[t]
St. Norbert
Temple
Troy State[u]
Virginia Military Institute
Waynesburg
West Texas State[v]
Western Michigan
Wheaton (Ill.)
Willamette
Wyoming
Xavier[w]

Notes[edit]

a The Washington Redskins chose Cal Rossi with the ninth overall pick in the 1946 NFL Draft. However, Rossi was a junior and not eligible to be drafted. They chose him again in the 1947 NFL Draft, but he never intended to play football professionally. This means that the Redskins have used 14 picks on UCLA players, despite drafting only 13 players.[5][6][7]
b On January 19, 1967, the Board of Trustees voted to end George Washington's football program. Poor game attendance and the expense of the program contributed to the decision. A former GW player, Harry Ledford, believed that most people were unwilling to commute into Washington, D.C., which did not have a metro rail at the time, on Friday nights to RFK Stadium, which was perceived as an unsafe area. Additionally, Maryland and Virginia were nationally competitive teams that drew potential spectators away from GW.[23]
c The university is now known as the University of North Texas.
d At the conclusion of the 1992 season, the Santa Clara football program was discontinued, due to new NCAA regulations which mandated all sports be played at the same level at each university. Santa Clara had fielded all Division I teams with the exception of the Division II football team, and elected not to field a team at the Division I-AA level.[24]
e On November 30, 1964, it was announced that the University of Detroit Mercy would discontinue its football program, due in part to increased expenses and poor attendance.[25]
f The university is now known as the University of Memphis.
g The university is now known as Loyola Marymount University. The football program was discontinued after the 1973 season.
h The University of the Pacific's Board of Regents voted to eliminate the football program following the 1995 season, due to the high costs of the team and shrinking attendance.[26]
i On January 3, 1961 the University of Scranton discontinued its football program. The program had been losing money for more than a decade primarily due to poor attendance at the games.[27]
j The university is now known as the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.
k Boston University terminated their Division I-AA football program on Homecoming Weekend 1997 during a one-win season in the Atlantic 10.
l At the conclusion of the 1992 season, the California-Santa Barbara football program was discontinued, due to new NCAA regulations which mandated all sports be played at the same level at each university. Santa Barbara had fielded all Division I teams with the exception of the Division II football team, and elected not to field a team at the Division I-AA level.[28]
m Cameron University discontinued its football program on December 11, 1992, due to the costs of maintaining the program, particularly the need to replace the artificial turf at the stadium.
n Marquette University discontinued its football program after the 1960 season, after accumulating several years of budget deficits for the university.
o The University of Maryland Eastern Shore was once a powerhouse black college football program, producing five undefeated seasons between 1947 and 1960 (as Maryland State College), but like many smaller colleges, the high costs associated with operating a Division I football program and complying with Title IX became too much of a burden, and the team was shut down after the 1979 season.
p New York University terminated its intercollegiate football program in 1953.[29]
q The university is now known as the University of Louisiana at Monroe.
r The university is now known as Texas State University–San Marcos.
s The university is now known as the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
t On March 3, 2004, the board of trustees for Saint Mary's College of California, based on recommendations of an Athletics Review Task Force, shut down the football program.[30]
u The university is now known as Troy University.
v The university is now known as West Texas A&M University.
w The Board of Trustees for Xavier University ended the football program in 1973 following a determination that it lost $200,000 every year.[31]

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