Malcolm Kelly was drafted 51st overall by the Washington Redskins in the 2008 NFL Draft.
Malcolm Kelly was drafted 51st overall by the Washington Redskins in the 2008 NFL Draft.

The University of Oklahoma Sooners football team has had 388 players drafted into the National Football League (NFL) since the league began holding drafts in 1936.[1][A 1] This includes 44 players taken in the first round and five number one overall picks: Lee Roy Selmon in 1976, Billy Sims in 1980, Sam Bradford in 2010, Baker Mayfield in 2018, and Kyler Murray in 2019.[4] In the 2010 NFL Draft, Oklahoma became the only school in history to have three players selected in the first four picks of the draft.[5]

Each NFL franchise seeks to add new players through the annual NFL Draft. The team with the worst record the previous year picks first, the next-worst team second, and so on. Teams that did not make the playoffs are ordered by their regular-season record with any remaining ties broken by strength of schedule. Playoff participants are sequenced after non-playoff teams, based on their round of elimination (wild card, division, conference, and Super Bowl).[6]

Before the merger agreements in 1966, the American Football League (AFL) operated in direct competition with the NFL and held a separate draft. This led to a massive bidding war over top prospects between the two leagues. As part of the merger agreement on June 8, 1966, the two leagues would hold a multiple round "Common Draft". Once the AFL officially merged with the NFL in 1970, the "Common Draft" simply became the NFL Draft.[2][3][7]

A total of 31 former Sooners have been selected to at least one Pro Bowl, 18 to more than one, and 35 former Sooners have won a league championship.

Key

QB Quarterback WR Wide receiver TE Tight end
RB Running back FB Fullback B Back
OL Offensive lineman OT Offensive tackle C Center
T Tackle G Guard E End
CB Cornerback DB Defensive back LB Linebacker
DE Defensive end DT Defensive tackle K Kicker
* Selected to a Pro Bowl
Won a league championship
Selected to a Pro Bowl and won a league championship

Selections

Jammal Brown was drafted 13th overall by the New Orleans Saints in the 2005 NFL Draft.
Jammal Brown was drafted 13th overall by the New Orleans Saints in the 2005 NFL Draft.
Brandon Jones was drafted 96th overall by the Tennessee Titans in the 2005 NFL Draft.
Brandon Jones was drafted 96th overall by the Tennessee Titans in the 2005 NFL Draft.
Adrian Peterson was drafted 7th overall by the Minnesota Vikings in the 2007 NFL Draft.
Adrian Peterson was drafted 7th overall by the Minnesota Vikings in the 2007 NFL Draft.
Sam Bradford was selected by the St. Louis Rams with the 1st overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft.
Sam Bradford was selected by the St. Louis Rams with the 1st overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft.
DeMarco Murray was selected by the Dallas Cowboys with the 71st overall draft pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.
DeMarco Murray was selected by the Dallas Cowboys with the 71st overall draft pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.
Trent Williams is awarded his 7th straight Pro bowl appearance in 2018.
Trent Williams is awarded his 7th straight Pro bowl appearance in 2018.
Baker Mayfield is drafted 1st overall by the Cleveland Browns in the 2018 NFL Draft
Baker Mayfield is drafted 1st overall by the Cleveland Browns in the 2018 NFL Draft
Kyler Murray being Drafted 1st Overall by the Arizona Cardinals in the 2019 NFL Draft would mark the second time in Draft History that a college has gotten back to back first overall picks and the first time in draft history that two quarterbacks from the same college have been drafted No. 1 overall two years in a row.
Kyler Murray being Drafted 1st Overall by the Arizona Cardinals in the 2019 NFL Draft would mark the second time in Draft History that a college has gotten back to back first overall picks and the first time in draft history that two quarterbacks from the same college have been drafted No. 1 overall two years in a row.
CeeDee Lamb is drafted 17th Overall by the Dallas Cowboys in the 2020 NFL Draft
CeeDee Lamb is drafted 17th Overall by the Dallas Cowboys in the 2020 NFL Draft
Year[A 2] Round Pick Overall Player Team[A 3] Position Notes
1936 2 7 16 J. W. Wheeler Green Bay Packers T
1937 3 5 25 William Breeden Pittsburgh Pirates E
4 4 35 Bo Hewes Pittsburgh Pirates B
5 8 48 Red Conkright Chicago Bears C
1938 3 6 21 Pete Smith Detroit Lions E
9 9 79 Ed Parks Washington Redskins C
1939 3 5 20 Waddy Young Brooklyn Dodgers E
4 1 26 Hugh McCullough Pittsburgh Pirates B
10 2 82 Earl Crowder Chicago Cardinals QB
12 2 102 Jim Thomas Chicago Cardinals G
15 10 140 Gil Duggan New York Giants T
1940 3 2 17 Dick Favor Philadelphia Eagles B
4 1 26 Jack Shirk* Chicago Cardinals E Pro Bowl (1940)[8]
4 2 27 Pop Ivy Pittsburgh Pirates E NFL Champion (1947)[9][10]
Pro Bowl (1942)[11][12]
9 9 79 J. R. Manley Green Bay Packers G
10 8 88 Bob Seymour Washington Redskins B NFL Champion (1942)[13][14]
Pro Bowl (1942)[12][15]
13 1 111 Al Coppage Chicago Cardinals E AAFC Champion (1946)[16]
13 6 116 Justin Bowers Detroit Lions T
16 1 141 Beryl Clark Chicago Cardinals B
18 5 165 Ralph Stevenson Cleveland Rams G
1941 9 9 79 Hal Lahar Chicago Bears G NFL Champion (1941)[17]
Pro Bowl (1941)[18]
14 8 128 Johnny Martin Chicago Bears B
1942 2 2 12 Jack Jacobs Cleveland Rams B NFL Champion (1945)[19]
3 2 17 Roger Eason Cleveland Rams T NFL Champion (1945)[19]
5 2 32 Orville Matthews Cleveland Rams B
15 6 136 Marvin Whited Washington Redskins B NFL Champion (1942)[14]
Pro Bowl (1942)[12]
1943 10 5 85 Homer Simmons Cleveland Rams T
10 9 89 Dub Lamb Chicago Bears E NFL Champion (1946)[20]
17 3 153 Bill Campbell Chicago Cardinals B NFL Champion (1947)[10]
25 1 231 Huel Hamm Detroit Lions B
1944 12 2 111 Jim Tyree Brooklyn Tigers E
22 8 227 Ed Davis Chicago Bears B
22 11 230 Clare Morford Boston Yanks G
23 3 233 Max Fischer Detroit Lions C
27 2 276 Joe Golding[A 4] Brooklyn Tigers B
1945 3 5 21 W. G. Wooten Cleveland Rams E
18 5 180 Lee Kennon Cleveland Rams T
25 8 260 Stan Green Detroit Lions T
28 3 288 Don Fauble Brooklyn Tigers B
1946 5 1 31 Joe Golding[A 4] Chicago Cardinals B
6 2 42 Thurman Tigart Boston Yanks G
15 3 133 Tom Tallchief Pittsburgh Steelers T
23 10 220 Derald Lebow Los Angeles Rams B
32 5 300 John West Los Angeles Rams B
1947 3 2 15 John Rapacz Pittsburgh Steelers C
5 6 31 Buddy Burris Green Bay Packers G
11 5 90 Dave Wallace Chicago Cardinals B
12 6 101 Charley Sarratt Philadelphia Eagles B
14 7 122 Jack Mitchell Green Bay Packers B
22 6 201 Wade Walker Chicago Cardinals T
27 10 255 Bill Morris Chicago Bears E
1948 17 4 149 Nute Trotter Boston Yanks T
18 3 158 Ray Pearcy Washington Redskins C
1949 7 1 62 Myrl Greathouse Chicago Cardinals B
23 4 225 Jim Owens Pittsburgh Steelers E
1950 1 6 6 George Thomas Washington Redskins B
1 12 12 Stan West Los Angeles Rams G NFL Champion (1951)[21]
Pro Bowl (1952, 1953)[22][23]
7 3 82 Leon Manley Green Bay Packers G
14 7 177 Dee Andros Chicago Cardinals G
20 2 250 Darrell Royal New York Yanks B
21 4 265 George Brewer Detroit Lions B
1951 1 4 4 Leon Heath Washington Redskins B
8 9 95 Clair Mayes Chicago Bears G
9 9 107 Nolan Lang Los Angeles Rams B
11 5 128 Frankie Anderson Detroit Lions E
19 10 229 Ed Lisak Chicago Bears B
23 4 271 Jim Owens Chicago Cardinals E
1952 2 4 17 Jim Weatherall* Philadelphia Eagles T Pro Bowl (1956, 1957)[24][25][26]
16 11 192 Ed Rowland Cleveland Browns T
1953 1 2 2 Billy Vessels Baltimore Colts RB
2 9 22 Eddie Crowder New York Giants QB
3 1 26 Buck McPhail Baltimore Colts B
4 1 38 Tom Catlin Baltimore Colts C NFL Champion (1954)[27]
15 8 177 Dick Bowman New York Giants G
15 11 180 Tom Carroll Los Angeles Rams B
1954 2 3 16 Larry Grigg Baltimore Colts B
10 7 116 Marrill Green Washington Redskins B
14 7 164 Roger Nelson Washington Redskins T
17 2 195 J. D. Roberts Green Bay Packers G
30 6 355 Juel Sweatte Pittsburgh Steelers B
1955 1 2 2 Max Boydston Chicago Cardinals E
1 13 13 Kurt Burris Cleveland Browns C
3 4 29 Buddy Leake Green Bay Packers B
16 1 182 Bob Herndon Chicago Cardinals B
18 12 217 Steve Champlin Cleveland Browns T
22 10 263 Carl Allison Detroit Lions B
1956 4 7 44 Cecil Morris Green Bay Packers G
6 7 68 Bob Burris Green Bay Packers B
13 4 149 Bo Bolinger Chicago Cardinals G
20 12 241 Joe Mobra Cleveland Browns E
1957 1 10 10 Jerry Tubbs* Chicago Cardinals C Pro Bowl (1963)[28]
3 6 31 Tommy McDonald Philadelphia Eagles WR NFL Champion (1960)[29][30]
Pro Bowl (19581962, 1965)[29][30]Pro Football Hall of Fame (1998)
5 1 50 Jimmy Harris Philadelphia Eagles QB
6 4 65 Billy Pricer Baltimore Colts B NFL Champion (1958, 1959)[31][32]
7 2 75 Ed Gray Los Angeles Rams T
12 9 142 Bob Derrick Chicago Cardinals B
28 11 336 Tom Emerson Chicago Bears G
1958 2 6 19 Clendon Thomas* Los Angeles Rams B Pro Bowl (1963)[33]
3 7 32 Bill Krisher Pittsburgh Steelers G
14 7 164 Doyle Jennings Pittsburgh Steelers T
18 10 215 Dennit Morris San Francisco 49ers B AFL Champion (1960, 1961)[34][35]
1959 1 5 5 Dave Baker* San Francisco 49ers QB Pro Bowl (1959)[36]
2 5 17 Bob Harrison San Francisco 49ers C
20 9 237 Ross Coyle Los Angeles Rams E
1960 2 7 19 Prentice Gautt Cleveland BrownsNFL RB
10 11 119 Bobby Boyd* Baltimore ColtsNFL DB Pro Bowl (1964, 1968)[37][38]
20 5 233 Gilmer Lewis Green Bay PackersNFL T
1961 4 9 51 Ron Hartline Detroit LionsNFL RB
6 10 80 Mike McClellan[A 5] San Francisco 49ersNFL B
14 13 195 Phil Loman[A 6] Cleveland BrownsNFL C
30 5 237 Mike McClellan[A 5] New York TitansAFL B
34 7 272 Phil Loman[A 6] San Diego ChargersAFL C
1963 8 3 101 Jim Cook St. Louis CardinalsNFL G
9 4 116 Dennis Ward[A 7] Philadelphia EaglesNFL T
13 8 104 Dennis Ward[A 7] Kansas City ChiefsAFL T
15 6 118 Joe Don Looney[A 8] Houston OilersAFL RB
14 3 185 Paul Lea[A 9] St. Louis CardinalsNFL B
18 7 143 Paul Lea[A 9] Houston OilersAFL B
1964 1 12 12 Joe Don Looney[A 8] New York GiantsNFL RB
6 4 44 Joe Don Looney[A 8] Kansas City ChiefsAFL RB
11 12 152 Glen Condren[A 10] New York GiantsNFL T
19 3 147 Glen Condren[A 10] New York JetsAFL T
14 7 189 John Garrett[A 11] Los Angeles RamsNFL LB
24 6 190 John Garrett[A 11] Houston OilersAFL LB
1965 2 9 23 Lance Rentzel[A 12] Minnesota VikingsNFL WR
6 8 48 Lance Rentzel[A 12] Buffalo BillsAFL WR
2 14 28 Ralph Neely[A 13] Baltimore ColtsNFL T Super Bowl Champion (VI, XII)[39][40]
Pro Bowl (1967, 1969)[41][42]
2 7 15 Ralph Neely[A 13] Houston OilersAFL T Super Bowl Champion (VI, XII)[39][40]
Pro Bowl (1967, 1969)[41][42]
5 11 67 John Flynn Detroit LionsNFL E
6 9 79 Jim Grisham[A 14] Minnesota VikingsNFL B
17 2 130 Jim Grisham[A 14] Houston OilersAFL B
8 4 60 Rick McCurdy New York JetsAFL DE
14 11 193 Larry Brown Detroit LionsNFL B
18 12 250 Ed McQuarters St. Louis CardinalsNFL G
1966 1 8 8 Carl McAdams[A 15] St. Louis CardinalsNFL LB Super Bowl champion (III)[43]
3 5 22 Carl McAdams[A 15] New York JetsAFL LB Super Bowl champion (III)[43]
10 9 149 Mike Ringer[A 16] St. Louis CardinalsNFL RB
15 3 130 Mike Ringer[A 16] Denver BroncosAFL RB
1967 2 3 29 Jim Riley Miami Dolphins T
3 27 80 Ben Hart New Orleans Saints RB
4 16 96 James Roy Jackson Oakland Raiders WR
9 26 237 Eugene Ross New Orleans Saints DB
13 5 320 Tom Stidham New York Giants K
1968 8 7 199 Bob Kalsu Buffalo Bills T
10 10 256 Granville Liggins Detroit Lions LB
11 19 292 Ron Shotts Detroit Lions RB
1969 1 25 25 Eddie Hinton Baltimore Colts WR Super Bowl champion (V)[44]
1970 1 6 6 Steve Zabel Philadelphia Eagles TE
1 13 13 Jim Files New York Giants LB
1 19 19 Steve Owens* Detroit Lions RB Pro Bowl (1971)[45]
5 12 116 Ken Mendenhall Atlanta Falcons C
8 5 187 Jack Porter New York Jets G
17 4 420 Joe Killingsworth Boston Patriots WR
1971 7 23 179 John Watson San Francisco 49ers T
10 14 248 Steve Casteel Cleveland Browns LB
17 11 427 Monty Johnson Green Bay Packers DB
1972 2 20 46 Jack Mildren Baltimore Colts DB
8 9 191 Al Qualls Baltimore Colts LB
9 26 234 Roy Bell Dallas Cowboys RB
17 1 417 John Shelley Buffalo Bills DB
1973 2 3 29 Derland Moore New Orleans Saints DE
2 4 30 Greg Pruitt Cleveland Browns RB Super Bowl Champion (XVIII)[46]
Pro Bowl (1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1983)[47][48][49]
2 17 43 Al Chandler Cincinnati Bengals TE
2 18 44 Leon Crosswhite Detroit Lions RB
4 23 101 Joe Wylie Oakland Raiders WR
5 5 109 Tom Brahaney St. Louis Cardinals C
7 8 164 Ken Jones St. Louis Cardinals T
10 4 238 Dan Ruster New England Patriots DB
12 6 292 Dean Unruh St. Louis Cardinals T
14 4 342 Ray Hamilton New England Patriots LB
17 8 424 Larry Roach Chicago Bears DB
1974 4 7 85 Durwood Keeton St. Louis Cardinals DB
5 6 110 Gary Baccus New York Jets LB
5 15 119 Clyde Powers New York Giants DB
9 19 227 Ken Pope Oakland Raiders DB
12 10 296 Eddie Foster New England Patriots T
14 11 349 David Smith Philadelphia Eagles LB
16 9 399 Lucious Selmon New England Patriots DT
1975 2 15 41 Rod Shoate New England Patriots LB
4 4 82 Tony Peters Cleveland Browns DB Super Bowl Champion (XVII)[50]
4 18 96 Randy Hughes Dallas Cowboys DB Super Bowl Champion (XII)[51]
5 9 113 Kyle Davis Dallas Cowboys C
6 4 134 John Carroll San Diego Chargers WR
8 7 189 Wayne Hoffman Kansas City Chiefs T
10 5 239 Clyde Russell Miami Dolphins RB
14 17 355 Jerry Arnold Denver Broncos G
15 6 370 John Roush San Diego Chargers G
15 8 372 Grant Burget New Orleans Saints RB
1976 1 1 1 Lee Roy Selmon* Tampa Bay Buccaneers DE Pro Bowl (19791984)[52][53][54]Pro Football Hall of Fame (1995)
1 4 4 Joe Washington San Diego Chargers RB Super Bowl Champion (XVII)[55]
Pro Bowl (1979)[56][57]
1 11 11 Billy Brooks Cincinnati Bengals WR
2 32 60 Dewey Selmon Tampa Bay Buccaneers DT
4 4 96 Tinker Owens New Orleans Saints WR
5 20 144 Jimbo Elrod Kansas City Chiefs LB
8 3 212 Tony DiRienzo San Diego Chargers K
1977 2 16 44 Horace Ivory New England Patriots RB
3 26 82 Sidney Brown New England Patriots DB
4 4 88 Mike Vaughan New York Giants T
4 21 105 Jerry Anderson Cincinnati Bengals DB
10 9 260 Jim Culbreath Green Bay Packers RB
1978 1 20 20 Elvis Peacock Los Angeles Rams RB
3 28 84 Dave Hudgens Dallas Cowboys T
7 12 178 Karl Baldischwiler Miami Dolphins T
11 11 289 Richard Murray Detroit Lions DT
1979 2 5 33 Greg Roberts Tampa Bay Buccaneers G
2 10 38 Reggie Mathis New Orleans Saints LB
2 19 47 Sam Claphan Cleveland Browns T
3 16 72 Kenny King Houston Oilers RB Super Bowl Champion (XV, XVIII)[46][58]
Pro Bowl (1980)[59]
4 8 90 Phil Tabor New York Giants DE
5 12 122 Victor Hicks Los Angeles Rams TE
6 6 143 Daryl Hunt Houston Oilers LB
6 7 144 Thomas Lott St. Louis Cardinals RB
7 24 189 Uwe von Schamann Miami Dolphins K
12 17 320 Reggie Kinlaw Oakland Raiders DT Super Bowl Champion (XV, XVIII)[60]
1980 1 1 1 Billy Sims* Detroit Lions RB Pro Bowl (19801982)[61][62]
1 26 26 George Cumby Green Bay Packers LB
2 12 40 Darrol Ray New York Jets DB
2 28 56 John Goodman Pittsburgh Steelers DE
4 4 87 Fred Nixon Green Bay Packers WR
5 20 130 Paul Tabor Green Bay Packers C
7 14 179 Bud Hebert New York Giants DB
9 14 235 Barry Burget New England Patriots LB
11 7 284 Mike Babb Atlanta Falcons DB
1981 1 13 13 David Overstreet Miami Dolphins RB
1 17 17 Keith Gary Pittsburgh Steelers DE
4 5 88 Steve Rhodes St. Louis Cardinals WR
4 22 105 Richard Turner Green Bay Packers DT
5 1 112 Louis Oubre New Orleans Saints T
8 11 204 Ken Sitton Baltimore Colts DB
8 20 213 J. C. Watts New York Jets QB
11 6 282 Forrest Valora Green Bay Packers QB
1982 3 12 67 Bill Bechtold Los Angeles Rams C
5 2 113 Terry Crouch Baltimore Colts G
8 12 207 Mike Reilly Los Angeles Rams LB
9 18 241 Lyndle Byford Kansas City Chiefs T
1983 6 2 142 Steve Haworth Houston Oilers DB
7 17 185 Weldon Ledbetter Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB
9 24 248 Stanley Wilson Cincinnati Bengals RB
1984s 1 14 14 Dwight Drane[A 17] Buffalo Bills DB
1984 1 9 9 Rick Bryan Atlanta Falcons DT
1 14 14 Jackie Shipp Miami Dolphins LB
2 3 31 Bob Slater Washington Redskins DT
2 4 32 Scott Case Atlanta Falcons DB Super Bowl Champion (XXX)[63]
Pro Bowl (1988)[64]
2 4 32 Darryl Goodlow[A 18] Philadelphia Eagles LB
2 8 36 Thomas Benson Atlanta Falcons LB
12 17 325 Paul Parker St. Louis Cardinals G
1985 1 26 26 Steve Sewell Denver Broncos RB
4 1 85 Buster Rhymes Minnesota Vikings WR
7 21 189 Danny Bradley Los Angeles Rams RB
8 3 199 Chuck Thomas Houston Oilers C Super Bowl Champion (XXIII, XXIV)[65][66][67]
12 8 316 Jim Rockford Tampa Bay Buccaneers DB
1986 1 2 2 Tony Casillas Atlanta Falcons DT Super Bowl Champion (XXVII, XXVIII)[68][69][70]
2 13 40 Kevin Murphy Tampa Bay Buccaneers LB
5 6 116 Jeff Tupper St. Louis Cardinals DE
12 22 327 Marcus Dupree Los Angeles Rams RB
1987s 1 1 1 Brian Bosworth[A 19] Seattle Seahawks LB
1987 5 8 120 Steve Bryan Chicago Bears DE
5 21 133 Spencer Tillman Houston Oilers RB Super Bowl Champion (XXIV)[66]
8 26 221 Paul Migliazzo Chicago Bears LB
1988 1 5 5 Rickey Dixon Cincinnati Bengals DB
1 13 13 Keith Jackson Philadelphia Eagles TE Super Bowl Champion (XXXI)[71]
Pro Bowl (19881990, 1992, 1993, 1996)[72][73][74][75]
2 24 51 Dante Jones Chicago Bears LB
3 12 67 Mark Hutson Dallas Cowboys G
4 17 99 Greg Johnson Miami Dolphins T
4 24 106 Lydell Carr New Orleans Saints RB
5 7 116 Darrell Reed Green Bay Packers LB
5 24 133 Troy Johnson Chicago Bears LB
6 11 148 Jon Phillips Phoenix Cardinals G
6 27 164 Derrick White Minnesota Vikings DB
7 6 171 Derrick Crudup Los Angeles Raiders DB
7 24 189 Caesar Rentie Chicago Bears T
8 7 200 Patrick Collins Green Bay Packers RB
1989 6 13 152 Anthony Stafford Denver Broncos WR
6 26 165 Eric Mitchell New England Patriots RB
8 21 216 Tony Woods Chicago Bears DT
12 26 333 Anthony Phillips Chicago Bears G
1990 6 25 162 Kevin Thompson Philadelphia Eagles DB
9 10 230 Leon Perry Los Angeles Raiders RB
12 26 330 Ken McMichel Phoenix Cardinals DB
1991 4 20 103 Adrian Cooper Pittsburgh Steelers TE
5 3 114 James Goode Atlanta Falcons LB
7 2 169 Frank Blevins Green Bay Packers LB
8 14 209 Scott Evans Phoenix Cardinals DT
10 22 272 Tom Backes Chicago Bears DE
1992 5 21 133 Joe Bowden Houston Oilers LB
6 6 146 Brian Brauninger Phoenix Cardinals T
6 12 152 Mike Gaddis Minnesota Vikings RB
6 13 153 Stacey Dillard New York Giants DT
6 18 158 Terry Ray Atlanta Falcons DB
8 1 197 Jason Belser Indianapolis Colts DB
10 17 269 Corey Mayfield San Francisco 49ers DE
12 18 326 Brandon Houston Philadelphia Eagles T
12 23 331 Chris Wilson Chicago Bears LB
1993 7 10 178 Darnell Walker Atlanta Falcons DB
7 22 190 Joey Mickey Philadelphia Eagles TE Super Bowl Champion (XXVIII)[68]
1994 2 25 54 Aubrey Beavers Miami Dolphins LB
6 6 167 Rickey Brady Los Angeles Rams TE
1996 1 5 5 Cedric Jones New York Giants DE
3 22 83 Jerald Moore Arizona Cardinals RB
4 27 122 Darrius Johnson Denver Broncos DB Super Bowl Champion (XXXII, XXXIII)[76]
5 29 161 Harry Stamps Arizona Cardinals T
6 40 207 Wendell Davis Dallas Cowboys DB
7 38 247 J. R. Conrad New England Patriots T
1997 5 19 149 Barron Tanner Miami Dolphins DT
6 36 199 Rod Manuel Pittsburgh Steelers DE
1998 2 18 48 Stephen Alexander Washington Redskins TE
5 1 124 Martin Chase Baltimore Ravens DT
5 29 152 Travian Smith Oakland Raiders LB
6 11 164 Sammy Williams Baltimore Ravens T Super Bowl Champion (XXXV)[77]
1999 2 29 60 Jermaine Fazande San Diego Chargers RB
5 26 159 De'Mond Parker Green Bay Packers RB
6 4 173 Kelly Gregg Cincinnati Bengals DT Super Bowl Champion (XXXV)[77]
2000 1 20 20 Stockar McDougle Detroit Lions T
2 23 54 William Bartee Kansas City Chiefs DB
2001 3 10 72 Torrance Marshall Green Bay Packers LB
6 14 177 Josh Heupel Miami Dolphins QB
2002 1 8 8 Roy Williams* Dallas Cowboys DB Pro Bowl (20032007)[78]
3 12 77 Rocky Calmus Tennessee Titans LB
2003 1 28 28 Andre Woolfolk Tennessee Titans DB
4 11 108 Quentin Griffin Denver Broncos RB
6 16 189 Jimmy Wilkerson Kansas City Chiefs DE
7 9 223 Trent Smith Baltimore Ravens TE
2004 1 14 14 Tommie Harris* Chicago Bears DT Pro Bowl (20052007)[79][80][81]
2 5 37 Teddy Lehman Detroit Lions LB
3 13 76 Derrick Strait New York Jets DB
2005 1 13 13 Jammal Brown New Orleans Saints T Super Bowl Champion (XLIV)[82]
Pro Bowl (2006, 2008)[83][84]
1 22 22 Mark Clayton Baltimore Ravens WR
2 2 34 Brodney Pool Cleveland Browns DB
2 7 39 Mark Bradley Chicago Bears WR
2 21 53 Dan Cody Baltimore Ravens DE
3 32 96 Brandon Jones Tennessee Titans WR
4 2 103 Antonio Perkins Cleveland Browns DB
5 5 141 Donte Nicholson Tampa Bay Buccaneers DB
5 31 167 Mike Hawkins Green Bay Packers DB
5 32 168 Lance Mitchell Arizona Cardinals LB
6 3 177 Wes Sims San Diego Chargers G
2006 1 23 23 Davin Joseph* Tampa Bay Buccaneers G Pro Bowl (2008, 2011)[84]
2 24 56 Chris Chester Baltimore Ravens G
3 9 73 Dusty Dvoracek Chicago Bears DT
3 14 78 Travis Wilson Cleveland Browns WR
3 16 80 Clint Ingram Jacksonville Jaguars LB
6 26 195 J. D. Runnels Chicago Bears FB
2007 1 7 7 Adrian Peterson* Minnesota Vikings RB Pro Bowl (20072010, 2012, 2013, 2015)[85][86][87]
6 2 176 Rufus Alexander Minnesota Vikings LB
7 29 239 C. J. Ah You Buffalo Bills DE
2008 2 6 37 Curtis Lofton Atlanta Falcons LB
2 20 51 Malcolm Kelly Washington Redskins WR
3 12 75 Reggie Smith San Francisco 49ers DB
7 33 240 Allen Patrick Baltimore Ravens RB
2009 2 22 54 Phil Loadholt Minnesota Vikings T
3 35 99 Juaquin Iglesias Chicago Bears WR
5 11 147 Nic Harris Buffalo Bills DB
5 27 163 Duke Robinson Carolina Panthers G
7 20 229 Manuel Johnson Dallas Cowboys WR
2010 1 1 1 Sam Bradford St. Louis Rams QB
1 3 3 Gerald McCoy* Tampa Bay Buccaneers DT Pro Bowl (20122015)
1 4 4 Trent Williams* Washington Redskins T Pro Bowl (20122017, 20202021)
1 21 21 Jermaine Gresham* Cincinnati Bengals TE Pro Bowl (2011, 2012)
4 23 121 Keenan Clayton Philadelphia Eagles LB
5 4 135 Dominique Franks Atlanta Falcons DB
5 31 162 Brody Eldridge Indianapolis Colts TE
2011 3 7 71 DeMarco Murray* Dallas Cowboys RB Pro Bowl (2013, 2014)
4 11 108 Quinton Carter Denver Broncos DB
7 26 229 Jonathan Nelson St. Louis Rams DB
7 44 247 Jeremy Beal Denver Broncos DE
2012 2 22 54 Ryan Broyles Detroit Lions WR
3 11 74 Donald Stephenson Kansas City Chiefs T
3 17 80 Jamell Fleming Arizona Cardinals DB
4 8 103 Frank Alexander Carolina Panthers DE
4 30 125 Ronnell Lewis Detroit Lions LB
6 16 186 James Hanna Dallas Cowboys TE
7 16 223 Travis Lewis Detroit Lions LB
2013 1 4 4 Lane Johnson Philadelphia Eagles T Super Bowl Champion (XLII)
Pro Bowl (2017)
4 18 115 Landry Jones Pittsburgh Steelers QB
5 11 144 Kenny Stills New Orleans Saints WR
6 18 186 Justin Brown Pittsburgh Steelers WR
6 37 205 Stacy McGee Oakland Raiders DT
7 33 239 David King Philadelphia Eagles DE
2014 4 4 104 Jalen Saunders New York Jets WR
4 14 114 Aaron Colvin Jacksonville Jaguars DB
7 27 242 Corey Nelson Denver Broncos LB Super Bowl Champion (50)
7 30 245 Trey Millard San Francisco 49ers FB
2015 2 20 52 Jordan Phillips Miami Dolphins DT
3 33 97 Geneo Grissom New England Patriots DE Super Bowl Champion (XLI)
4 3 102 Daryl Williams Carolina Panthers T
4 18 117 Blake Bell San Francisco 49ers TE Super Bowl Champion (LIV)
6 9 185 Tyrus Thompson Minnesota Vikings T
6 30 206 Aaron Ripkowski Green Bay Packers FB
2016 2 9 40 Sterling Shepard New York Giants WR
4 3 101 Charles Tapper Dallas Cowboys DE
5 2 141 Zack Sanchez Carolina Panthers DB
6 8 183 Devante Bond Tampa Bay Buccaneers LB
2017 2 16 48 Joe Mixon Cincinnati Bengals RB Pro Bowl (2021)
4 3 110 Dede Westbrook Jacksonville Jaguars WR
4 7 114 Samaje Perine Washington Redskins RB
6 9 193 Jordan Evans Cincinnati Bengals LB
2018 1 1 1 Baker Mayfield Cleveland Browns QB
3 19 83 Orlando Brown* Baltimore Ravens T Pro Bowl (2019, 2020, 2021)
3 22 86 Mark Andrews* Baltimore Ravens TE Pro Bowl (2019, 2021)
5 23 160 Ogbonnia Okoronkwo Los Angeles Rams DE Super Bowl Champion (LVI)
2019 1 1 1 Kyler Murray* Arizona Cardinals QB Pro Bowl (2020, 2021)
1 25 25 Marquise Brown Baltimore Ravens WR
2 6 38 Cody Ford Buffalo Bills T
3 33 97 Bobby Evans Los Angeles Rams T Super Bowl Champion (LVI)
4 12 114 Dru Samia Minnesota Vikings G
4 21 123 Ben Powers Baltimore Ravens G
5 32 170 Austin Seibert Cleveland Browns K
6 38 211 Rodney Anderson Cincinnati Bengals RB
2020 1 17 17 CeeDee Lamb* Dallas Cowboys WR Pro Bowl (2021)
1 23 23 Kenneth Murray Los Angeles Chargers LB
2 21 53 Jalen Hurts Philadelphia Eagles QB
3 18 82 Neville Gallimore Dallas Cowboys DT
2021 2 31 63 Creed Humphrey Kansas City Chiefs C
3 32 96 Ronnie Perkins New England Patriots DE
4 15 120 Rhamondre Stevenson New England Patriots RB
4 32 137 Tre Brown Seattle Seahawks DB
7 17 137 Tre Norwood Pittsburgh Steelers DB
2022 2 32 64 Nik Bonitto Denver Broncos LB
3 2 66 Brian Asamoah Minnesota Vikings LB
4 3 108 Perrion Winfrey Cleveland Browns DT
5 9 152 Delarrin Turner-Yell Denver Broncos S
6 23 202 Michael Woods Cleveland Browns WR
7 2 223 Isaiah Thomas Cleveland Browns DE
7 36 257 Marquis Hayes Arizona Cardinals OG

Notes

  1. ^ Because of the NFL–AFL merger agreement, the history of the AFL is officially recognized by the NFL and therefore this list includes the AFL Draft (1960–1966) and the Common Draft (1967–1969).[2][3]
  2. ^ From 1960 through 1966, teams with a superscript AFL denotes player drafted in the AFL Draft and teams with a superscript NFL denotes a player drafted in the NFL Draft.
  3. ^ This is the team that drafted the player, not their most recent team.
  4. ^ a b Joe Golding was drafted in 1944 by the Brooklyn Tigers (276th overall) and in 1946 by the Chicago Cardinals (31st overall).
  5. ^ a b Mike McClellan was drafted in 1961 by the San Francisco 49ers (80th overall) and in 1962 by the New York Titans (237th overall).
  6. ^ a b Phil Loman was drafted in 1961 by the Cleveland Browns (195th overall) and in 1962 by the San Diego Chargers (272nd overall).
  7. ^ a b Dennis Ward was drafted in 1963 by the Philadelphia Eagles of the NFL (116th overall) and the Kansas City Chiefs of the AFL (104th overall).
  8. ^ a b c Joe Don Looney was drafted in 1963 by the Houston Oilers (118th overall) and in 1964 by both the New York Giants of the NFL (12th overall) and the Kansas City Chiefs of the AFL (44th overall).
  9. ^ a b Paul Lea was drafted in 1963 by the St. Louis Cardinals of the NFL (185th overall) and the Houston Oilers of the AFL (143rd overall).
  10. ^ a b Glen Condren was drafted in 1964 by the New York Giants of the NFL (152nd overall) and the New York Jets of the AFL (147th overall).
  11. ^ a b John Garrett was drafted in 1964 by the Los Angeles Rams of the NFL (189th overall) and the Houston Oilers of the AFL (190th overall).
  12. ^ a b Lance Rentzel was drafted in 1965 by the Minnesota Vikings of the NFL (23rd overall) and the Buffalo Bills of the AFL (48th overall).
  13. ^ a b Ralph Neely was drafted in 1965 by the Baltimore Colts of the NFL (28th overall) and the Houston Oilers of the AFL (15th overall).
  14. ^ a b Jim Grisham was drafted in 1965 by the Minnesota Vikings of the NFL (79th overall) and the Houston Oilers of the AFL (130th overall).
  15. ^ a b Carl McAdams was drafted in 1966 by the St. Louis Cardinals of the NFL (8th overall) and the New York Jets of the AFL (22nd overall).
  16. ^ a b Mike Ringer was drafted in 1966 by the St. Louis Cardinals of the NFL (149th overall) and the Denver Broncos of the AFL (130th overall).
  17. ^ Dwight Drane was the 14th pick in the first round of the 1984 Supplemental Draft.
  18. ^ Darryl Goodlow was the 4th pick in the second round of the 1984 Supplemental Draft.
  19. ^ Brian Bosworth was the 1st pick in the first round of the 1987 Supplemental Draft.

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