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WHERE THE BOYS WENT
February 07, 1966
Each year the pro football leagues tap the reservoir of college talent, conducting separate drafts for rights to the top players. Selections are made in reverse order of team standings, round after high-tension round. This season's draft was followed by fancy and conflicting claims of success. From this chart the reader can tell where the boys went in the crucial first 10 rounds and decide for himself who won—and lost
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February 07, 1966

Where The Boys Went

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NFL

FALCONS

Nobis, Texas#
Johnson, Tex. A&I#

Rassas, ND#
Jones, Bowling Gn.#

Dennis, Miss.#
Sheridan, ND#

Reaves, Va. St.#
Asbury, Kent St.#

Wolski, ND#
Kahn, N. Tex.#

Casey, Fla.#

Johnson, U. of So.#

Goss, Tulane#

Sanders, N. Tex.#

Bender, Ark.#

RAMS

Mack, Mich.#

Garrett, USC

Tyson, Tulsa

Dyer, G'bling#

Talbert, Texas*
Arndt, Idaho*

Anderson, W'mette#

Youngblood, L.A. St.#

Ezerins, Whitewtr.#

Matthies, Neb. St.#

Capshaw, Abil. Chr.#

STEELERS

Leftridge, W. Va.#

Gagner, Fla.#

Killorin, Syracuse

     

Boozer, Md. St.

 

Stewart, Pitt.?

Marion, Wyo.*

EAGLES

Beisler, Ind.#

Pettigrew, Stanford#

Hawkins, Ariz. St.#

Emanuel, Tenn.

Berry, Cal.*

Sherlag, Memphis?
Tom, S. Jose St.*

Lince, N.D. St.?

Mason, Stanford*

Todd, Ball St.#

Osmond, Tulsa#

COWBOYS

Niland, Iowa#

Townes, Tulsa#

   

Garrison, Okla. St.#

Dunlevy, W. Va.#

Rob's'n, Fla. A&M#

Kunit, Penn. St.#

Elam, W. Va. Tech.#

Mitchell, Wash.#

REDSKINS

Gogolak, Princeton#

Barnes, Neb.#

Barrington, OSU#

Clay, Miss.#

Lemay, Vanderbilt#

Yates, Duke#

Patton, Ga.*

Mitchell, Tenn.

Shinholser, Fla. St.#

Belser, Ark. A&M#

VIKINGS

Shay, Purdue#

Lindsey, Ark.#

Hansen, Ill.#

Acks, Ill.#

Davis, Ky.#
Hall, Brown#

Aylor, SW Tex.

Meers, Mass.#

 

Green, N. Dak.#

CARDINALS

McAdams, Okla.

Lucas, Mich. St.#

Long, Iowa#

Snook, Iowa#

Clancy, Mich.*

Van Galder, Ia. St.*

Artwright, Ga.*

Goich, Cal.*

Bryant, Allen#

Ringer, Okla.#

LIONS

 

Eddy, ND*

Malinchak, Ind.#

Van Horn, OSU#
Walker, Tenn. A&I#

Cody, Auburn#

De Sutter, W. Ill.

Robinson, Tenn. A&I#

Pincavage, Va.#

Cunn'ham, Ark.*

Yates, Auburn#
Brigham, Wis.#

GIANTS

Peay, Mo.#

Davis, L.A. St.#

Fisher, Tenn.*

Briggs, Iowa#

 

Harris, Texas#

Harper, Okla. St.#
Matan, Kans. St.#

White, Neb.#

Smith, USC?

49ERS

Hindman, Miss.#

Windsor, Ky.*

Randolph, Iowa?
Bland, Miss. St.#

Parker, Va.*

Phil'ps, N. C. A&T#
Smith, Mich.?

Johnson, Louisville#

Witcher, UCLA

Kramer, Minn.#

Sbranti, Utah St.

BEARS

Rice, LSU

Brown, Syracuse#

Pickens, Neb.*

Jackson, Fla.#
Buffone, Louisville#

 

Brewster, BYU?
McRae, Tenn. A&I#

Myer, S. D. St.#

McFalls, Ga.#

Greenlee, Ariz.*

Burnett, Ark.

PACKERS

Grabowski, Ill.#
Gill'ham, Minn.#

Cichowski, Md.*

Heron, S. Jose St.#
Jeter, Neb.#

Roderick, SMU

   

Miller, Idaho*

McL'n, Tex. A&M

Rector, N'western?

M'gomery, So. U.#

BROWNS

Morin, Mass.#

Norton, Ky.

 

Duranko, ND*

Schultz, SCI#
Fulford, Auburn*

Battle, So. U.#
Hoaglin, Pitt.#

Carter, G'bling*

Talaga, ND#

Gregory, Ch'nooga*

L'better, NW La.#

COLTS

Ball, Ky.#

Allison, Mo.#

Kestner, Ky.#

Sherman, USC*
Granger, Miss. St.

 

Mal'ski, Princeton#

Ellis, N. C. St.#
Perkins, Ala.*

Allen, Omaha#
White, Penn. St.*

Gross, Auburn#

Brownlee, B'dict#

AFL

DOLPHINS

Grabowski, Ill.
Norton, Ky.#

Emanuel, Tenn.#

Gagner, Fla.

Leftridge, W. Va.

Bolton, Miss.#

W'cosky, Miami

Hansen, Ill.

Petrella, Tenn.#

Matan, Kans. St.

Killorin, Syracuse

PATRIOTS

Singer, Purdue#

B'deoux, La. Tech.#

Lucas, Mich. St.

 

Mangum, S. Miss.#

Irby, Ga. Tech.#

Battles, So. U.

M'gomery, So. U.

Satcher, S. Miss.#

Brewster, BYU?

BRONCOS

Shay, Purdue

White, Nebraska

Hadrick, Purdue#

Johnson, Tex. A&I

Clay, Miss.

Fulgham, Minn.

Jones. Bowling Gn.
Glacken, Duke#

Sellers, G'bling#
Davis, Ky.

Sbranti, Utah St.#

Cox, Abil. Chr.#

OILERS

Nobis, Texas

Hindman, Miss.

Rice, LSU#

Allen, W.Tex.#

Granger, Miss.#

Long, Iowa

Menefee, N.M. St.#

Bland, Miss. St.

Suffell, SW Tex.#

Aylor, SW Tex.#

JETS

Yearby, Mich.#

Ball, Ky.

McAdams, Okla.

Waskiew'z, Wich.#
Sheridan, ND

Hawkins, Ariz. St.

Boozer, Md. St.#
Lemay, Vanderbilt

Dobson, Iowa?

Lammons, Texas#

Jones, Omaha#

Wolski, ND

CHIEFS

Brown, Minn.#

Peay, Mo.

Barnes, Neb.

Gibson, B.-Cook.#

Van Horn, OSU

Osmond, Tulsa

Gogolak, Princeton

Smith, Tenn. A&I?

Smith, N'western?

Dowston, Neb.?

RAIDERS

Bird, Ky.#

Allison, Mo.

Mitchell, Bucknell#

Tyson, Tulsa#

Banaszak, Miami#

 

McRae, Tenn. A&I

 

Kinney, S. Diego?#

Jeter, Neb.

CHARGERS

Davis, LSU

Rassas, ND

Morin, Mass.

Brown, Syracuse

Smith, Miami

Pettigrew, Stanford

Tolbert, Lincoln#

Buffone, Louisville

Reed, Jackson St.

Pride, Tenn. A&I#

BILLS

Dennis, Miss.

Lindsey, Ark.

Jackson, Fla.

Burnett, Ark.#

Sherlag, Memphis?

Johnson, U. of So.

 

Guidry, McNeese#

Carter, Tenn. A&I

Crockett, Ark.#

Red: player signed
Black: player lost to other league
* NFL future (AFL futures drafted separately)
?unsigned
Blank spaces indicate traded draft choices. Double selections indicate bonus selections or draft choices obtained in trades with other teams.

Each year the pro football leagues tap the reservoir of college talent, conducting separate drafts for rights to the top players. Selections are made in reverse order of team standings, round after high-tension round. This season's draft was followed by fancy and conflicting claims of success. From this chart the reader can tell where the boys went in the crucial first 10 rounds and decide for himself who won—and lost

[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

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