Rebels in the NFL Draft

Eli Manning was the No. 1 overall pick in 2004 and one of 19 Rebels selected in the first round.
Eli Manning was the
No. 1 overall pick in 2004.

Year - Round - Pick - Name, Position Team
1937 - 7 - 64 - Jim Poole, E New York Giants
1938 - 3 - 18 - Frank (Bruiser) Kinard, T Brooklyn
1939 - 10 - 85 - Kimble Bradley, B Brooklyn
1939 - 1 - 3 - Parker Hall, B Cleveland
1940 - 19 - 172 - Bill Schneller, B Philadelphia
1941 - 13 - 118 - George Kinard, G Brooklyn
1941 - 14 - 121 - Les Dodson, B Philadelphia
1942 - 1 - 8 - Merle Hapes, B New York Giants
1942 - 18 - 168 - Junie Hovious, B New York Giants
1943 - 12 - 110 - Dan Wood, C Washington
1943 - 14 - 130 - Oscar Britt, G Washington
1944 - 13 - 125 - Ray Poole, E New York Giants
1944 - 15 - 147 - Ollie Poole, E New York Giants
1945 - 6 - 53 - Barney Poole, E New York Giants
1945 - 13 - 127 - Charlie Conerly, QB Washington
1946 - 14 - 123 - Bob McCain, E Pittsburgh
1946 - 26 - 243 - Clarence Castle, B Pittsburgh
1946 - 32 - 299 - Mike Campbell, E Washington
1947 - 8 - 65 - H.A. Smith, E Chicago Bears
1947 - 2 - 11 - Charlie Conerly, QB Brooklyn (AAFC)
1948 - 6 - 36 - Bill Erickson, T New York Giants
1948 - 29 - 268 - Buddy Bowen, B Washington
1948 - 15 - 93 - Bill Erickson, T Los Angeles Dons
1948 - 9 - 52 - Barney Poole, E N.Y. Yankees (AAFC)
1949 - 5 - 47 - Earl Howell, B Los Angeles Rams
1949 - 11 - 109 - Jerry Tiblier, B Chicago Bears
1949 - 11 - 111 - Bobby Wilson, B Philadelphia
1949 - 20 - 196 - Ben Mann, G Pittsburgh
1949 - 13 - 95 - Roland Dale, T Brooklyn (AAFC)
1949 - 25 - 165 - Phil Poole, G Chicago Hornets (AAFC)
1949 - 19 - 142 - Jerry Tiblier, B Los Angeles Dons
1949 - 29 - 154 - Jim Clark, G Los Angeles Dons
1950 - 2 - 24 - John (Kayo) Dottley, B Chicago Bears
1950 - 9 - 118 - Bobby Wilson, B Philadelphia
1950 - 20 - 258 - Jim (Tank) Crawford, G Chicago Bears
1950 - 21 - 267 - Bill Stribling, E New York Giants
1951 - 6 - 68 - Ken Farragut, C Philadelphia
1952 - 5 - 53 - Mel Sinquefield, C Texas
1952 - 10 - 118 - Carl West, B San Francisco
1952 - 20 - 239 - Rex Boggan, T New York Giants
1952 - 21 - 250 - Arnold (Showboat) Boykin, B Detroit
1952 - 23 - 271 - Ken Barfield, T Washington
1952 - 23 - 274 - Hal Maxwell, E Detroit
1953 - 6 - 68 - Kline Gilbert, T Chicago Bears
1953 - 14 - 162 - Charley Montgomery, T Pittsburgh
1953 - 16 - 183 - Jimmy Lear, B Chicago Cardinals
1953 - 16 - 184 - Jim Slay, E Washington
1953 - 18 - 214 - Marv Trauth, T Philadelphia
1953 - 23 - 270 - Jim Mask, E Chicago Bears
1954 - 1 - 10 - Ed Beatty, C Los Angeles Rams
1954 - 18 - 209 - Crawford Mims, G New York Giants
1954 - 23 - 268 - Pete Mangum, B New York Giants
1954 - 23 - 273 - Harold Lofton, B Philadelphia
1955 - 8 - 92 - Jimmy Patton, B New York Giants
1955 - 10 - 116 - Lea Paslay, B New York Giants
1955 - 21 - 252 - Jim Walters, T Detroit
1956 - 2 - 25 - Billy Kinard, B Cleveland
1956 - 13 - 153 - Eddie Crawford, B New York Giants
1956 - 15 - 176 - Buddy Alliston, G Green Bay
1956 - 17 - 195 - Dick Weiss, T San Francisco
1956 - 17 - 203 - Eagle Day, QB Washington
1956 - 18 - 208 - Billy Yelverton, T San Francisco
1956 - 23 - 273 - Bob (Slick) McCool, B New York Giants
1956 - 26 - 308 - Dick Goehe, T Green Bay
1957 - 7 - 78 - Gene Hickerson, T Cleveland
1957 - 17 - 205 - Jerry Stone, C New York Giants
1957 - 22 - 256 - Paige Cothren, B Los Angeles Rams
1958 - 5 - 50 - Ray Brown, B Baltimore
1958 - 6 - 70 - Billy Lott, B New York Giants
1958 - 12 140 Leroy Reed, B Pittsburgh
1958 - 16 - 190 - John West, T New York Giants
1958 - 20 - 232 - Kent Lovelace, B Philadelphia
1958 - 21 - 246 - Jackie Simpson, G Washington
1958 - 23 - 268 - Billy Templeton, E Philadelphia
1958 - 23 - 273 - Billy Hurst, B New York Giants
1959 - 5 - 60 - Don Churchwell, G Baltimore
1959 - 12 - 142 - Charlie Flowers, B New York Giants
1959 - 13 - 156 - Rudi Smith, T Baltimore
1959 - 19 - 228 - Milt Crain, C Baltimore
1959 - 20 - 233 - Billy Brewer, B Washington
1960 - 2 - 24 - Marvin (Bo) Terrell, G Baltimore
1960 - 4 - 41 - Johnny Brewer, E Cleveland
1960 - 6 - 69 - Bob Khayat, G Cleveland
1960 - 6 - 72 - George Blair, B New York Giants
1960 - 9 - 104 - Ken Kirk, C Chicago Bears
1960 - 11 - 127 - Bobby Franklin, B Cleveland
1960 - 15 - 178 - Larry Grantham, E Baltimore
1960 - A - Billy Brewer, QB Boston (AFL)
1960 - A - Bob Khayat, T Buffalo, (AFL)
1960 - A - Ken Kirk, C Buffalo, (AFL)
1960 - A - Marvin (Bo) Terrell, G Dallas Texans (AFL)
1960 - A - Bobby Franklin, QB L.A. Chargers (AFL)
1960 - A - Charlie Flowers, FB L.A. Chargers (AFL)
1960 - B - Don Churchwell, G Oakland (AFL)
1960 - B - Billy Lott, HB Oakland (AFL)
1961 - 1 - 10 - Bobby Crespino, E Cleveland
1961 - 5 - 67 - Jerry Daniels, E New York Giants
1961 - 8 - 109 - Allen Green, C New York Giants
1961 - 9 - 125 - Jake Gibbs, QB Cleveland
1961 - 11 - 151 - Bob Benton, T New York Giants
1961 - 13 - 171 - Doug Elmore, B Washington
1961 - 15 - 209 - Charley Taylor, B Cleveland
1961 - 6 - NA - Jake Gibbs, QB Houston (AFL)
1961 - 6 - NA - Bobby Crespino, HB Oakland (AFL)
1961 - 8 - NA - Dick Price, G Oakland (AFL)
1961 - 10 - NA - Jerry Daniels, E Dallas Texans (AFL)
1961 - 23 - NA - Jim Anderson, FB Houston (AFL)
1962 - 3 - 36 - Billy Ray Adams, FB San Francisco
1962 - 4 - 54 - Glynn Griffing, QB New York Giants
1962 - 5 - 58 - Treva (Bookie) Bolin, G New York Giants
1962 - 5 - 65 - Chuck Morris, B Green Bay
1962 - 6 - 76 - Jerry Brown, G San Francisco
1962 - 8 - 111 - Ralph (Catfish) Smith, E Philadelphia
1962 - 9 - 120 - Jim Roberts, T San Francisco
1962 - 12 - NA - Ralph (Catfish) Smith, E San Diego (AFL)
1962 - 14 - NA - Treva (Bookie) Bolin, G Dallas Texans (AFL)
1962 - 14 - NA - Glynn Griffing, QB Houston (AFL)
1962 - 16 - NA - Billy Ray Adams, FB Houston (AFL)
1962 - 26 - NA - Chuck Morris, HB New York Titans (AFL)
1962 - 26 - NA - Jim Roberts, T Denver (AFL)
1962 - 31 - NA - Doug Elmore, HB San Diego (AFL)
1962 - 32 - NA - Charley Taylor, HB Boston (AFL)
1963 - 1 - 3 - Jim Dunaway, T Minnesota
1963 - 3 - 40 - Louis Guy, B Philadelphia
1963 - 4 - 48 - Whaley Hall, T Dallas Cowboys
1963 - 9 - 124 - Ken Dill, LB Detroit
1963 - 2 - NA - Jim Dunaway, T Buffalo (AFL)
1963 - 7 - NA - Louis Guy, HB New York Titans (AFL)
1963 - 14 - NA - Whaley Hall, T Boston (AFL)
1963 - 26 - NA - Ken Dill, C San Diego (AFL)
1964 - 4 - 45 - Perry Lee Dunn, QB Dallas
1964 - 9 - 114 - Larry Smith, B Philadelphia
1964 - 10 - 135 - Bobby Robinson, G Cleveland
1964 - 15 - 208 - Chuck Hinton, G New York Giants
1964 - 19 - 264 - Frank Kinard, HB New York Giants
1964 - 20 - 268 - Tommy Lucas, G Philadelphia
1964 - 3 - NA - Perry Lee Dunn, DB San Diego (AFL)
1964 - 18 - NA - Bobby Robinson, G-LB San Diego (AFL)
1964 - 22 - NA - Chuck Hinton, C San Diego (AFL)
1964 - 25 - NA - Tommy Lucas, G San Diego (AFL)
1964 - 26 - NA - Frank Kinard, FB San Diego (AFL)
1965 - 3 - 38 - Allen Brown, E Green Bay
1965 - 5 - 59 - Jim Harvey, T Green Bay
1965 - 5 - 62 - Frank Lambert, E New York Giants
1965 - 5 - 69 - Bill Irwin, T Cleveland
1965 - 9 - 124 - Jimmy Heidel, B St. Louis
1965 - 2 - NA - Jim Harvey, T Oakland (AFL)
1965 - 3 - NA - Allen Brown, E San Diego (AFL)
1965 - 3 - NA - Jimmy Heidel, DB New York Jets (AFL)
1965 - 5 - NA - Jerry Crumpler, T Houston (AFL)
1965 - 8 - NA - John Maddox, E Denver (AFL)
1965 - 10 - NA - Frank Lambert, K-E New York Jets (AFL)
1965 - 12 - NA - Jim Weatherly, DB Boston (AFL)
1966 - 1 - 11 - Stan Hindman, G San Francisco
1966 - 3 - 33 - Mike Dennis, HB Atlanta
1966 - 4 - 53 - Bill Clay, DB Washington
1966 - 15 - 230 - Lee Garner, LB Baltimore
1966 - C - Perry Lee Dunn, HB Atlanta
1966 - C - Bobby Franklin, S Atlanta
1966 - 1 - NA - Mike Dennis, HB Buffalo (AFL)
1966 - 2 - NA - Stan Hindman, G Houston (AFL)
1966 - 5 - NA - Bill Clay, DB Denver (AFL)
1966 - 7 - NA - Brent Caston, DB Boston (AFL)
1966 - 9 - NA - Lee Garner, LB Houston (AFL)
1967 - 5 - 124 - Gerald Warfield, HB Oakland
1967 - 6 - 145 - Doug Cunningham, HB San Francisco
1967 - 8 - 207 - Tommy Luke, DB Buffalo
1967 - 15 - 370 - Marvin McQueen, LB Houston
1967 - D - Jimmy Heidel, DB New Orleans
1968 - 2 - 35 - Jimmy Keyes, LB-K Miami
1968 - 2 - 49 - Mac Haik, E Houston
1968 - 4 - 106 - Alan Bush, G Chicago Bears
1968 - 3 - 62 - Jim Urbanek, T Miami
1968 - 3 - 75 - Bob Vaughn, T Denver
1968 - 4 - 103 - Dan Sartin, T New Orleans
1968 - 7 - 179 - Jerry Richardson, LB San Francisco
1968 - 9 - 239 - Mac MacClure, LB Kansas City
1968 - 12 - 304 - Bobby Hendrix, T Denver
1970 - 5 - 106 - Glenn Cannon, DB New Orleans
1970 - 7 - 181 - Hap Farber, LB Minnesota
1970 - 9 - 233 - George Morrow, DE Minnesota
1970 - 16 - 410 - Claude Herard, DT New York Jets
1970 - 17 - 430 - Julian Fagan, P Houston
1971 - 1 - 2 - Archie Manning, QB New Orleans
1971 - 4 - 88 - Wimpy Winther, C New Orleans
1971 - 4 - 103 - Adam Mitchell, T Dallas
1971 - 5 - 128 - Fred Brister, LB Pittsburgh
1971 - 6 - 151 - Dennis Coleman, LB Miami
1971 - 6 - 154 - Wyck Neely, DB Philadelphia
1971 - 7 - 164 - Worthy McClure, T-G Pittsburgh
1971 - 11 - 266 - Vernon Studdard, WR New York Jets
1971 - 12 - 295 - Floyd Franks, WR Denver
1972 - 6 - 136 - Elmer Allen, LB Houston
1972 - 11 - 267 - Paul Dongieux, LB New Orleans
1972 - 13 - 326 - Preston Carpenter, DE Philadelphia
1973 - 10 - 241 - Bill Barry, WR Chicago Bears
1974 - 4 - 99 - Norris Weese, QB Los Angeles Rams
1974 - 7 - 162 - Burney Veazey, TE New York Jets
1975 - 16 - 392 - Bill Malouf, QB Baltimore
1976 - 3 - 78 - Ben Williams, DT Buffalo
1976 - 9 - 242 - James Reed, RB Cleveland
1976 - 11 - 305 - Paul Hofer, RB San Francisco
1978 - 6 - 156 - Kem Coleman, LB New England
1978 - 7 - 172 - George Plasketes, LB Green Bay
1979 - 9 - 241 - Curtis Weathers, TE Cleveland
1979 - 11 - 302 - Eddie Cole, LB Detroit
1980 - 3 - 65 - Jim Miller, P San Francisco
1981 - 7 - 185 - Ken Toler, WR New England
1981 - 9 - 247 - Chuck Commiskey, C Philadelphia
1983 - 10 - 255 - Melvin Brown, DB Minnesota
1983 - 11 - 301 - Mike Harmon, WR New York Jets
1984 - 2 - 46 - Andre Townsend, DE Denver
1984 - 11 - 286 - Buford McGee, RB San Diego
1985 - 1 - 18 - Freddie Joe Nunn, LB St. Louis
1985 - 3 - 79 - Tim Moffett, WR L.A. Raiders
1985 - 5 - 129 - Lee Davis, DB Cincinnati
1985 - 7 - 173 - James Harbour, WR Indianapolis
1985 - 8 - 219 - Barry Wilburn, DB Washington
1986 - 10 - 250 - Benton Reed, DE Tampa Bay
1986 - 12 - 312 - Kent Austin, QB St. Louis
1987 - 7 - 191 - Bill Smith, P Green Bay
1987 - 9 - 245 - Jonathan Shelley, DB San Francisco
1987 - 11 - 294 - Mario Perry, TE L.A. Raiders
1988 - 4 - 96 - J.R. Ambrose, WR Kansas City
1988 - 9 - 234 - Todd Irvin, T Detroit
1988 - 9 - 243 - Jeff Herrod, LB Indianapolis
1989 - 2 - 56 - Wesley Walls, TE San Francisco
1989 - 7 - 181 - Stevon Moore, DB New York Jets
1989 - 10 - 272 - Rodney Lowe, LB New York Giants
1989 - 12 - 317 - Joe Mickles, RB Washington
1990 - 1 - 18 - Tony Bennett, LB Green Bay
1990 - 8 - 194 - Willie Green, WR Cincinnati
1990 - 9 - 237 - Pat Coleman, WR Houston
1991 - 1 - 20 - Kelvin Pritchett, DT Dallas
1991 - 4 - 92 - Randy Baldwin, RB Minnesota
1992 - 3 - 79 - Tyji Armstrong, TE Tampa Bay
1992 - 8 - 219 - Vincent Brownlee, WR New York Jets
1993 - 5 - 133 - Everett Lindsay, T Minnesota
1993 - 8 - 199 - Chad Brown, DE Phoenix
1993 - 8 - 211 - Marquise Thomas, LB Indianapolis
1994 - 1 - 20 - Tim Bowens, DT Miami
1994 - 4 - 131 - Dewayne Dotson, LB Dallas
1995 - 4 - 117 - Jeff Miller, OT Green Bay
1995 - 4 - 129 - Alundis Brice, DB Dallas
1995 - 5 - 145 - Roell Preston, WR Atlanta
1995 - 5 - 158 - Norman Hand, DT Miami
1996 - 2 - 47 - Fred Thomas, CB Seattle
1997 - 7 - 228 - Kris Mangum, TE Carolina
1998 - 1 - 29 - John Avery, RB-KR Miami
1998 - 7 - 219 - Nate Wayne, LB Denver
2000 - 2 - 53 - Todd Wade. OT Miami
2000 - 3 - 72 - Kendrick Clancy, DT Pittsburgh
2000 - 5 - 131 - Tutan Reyes, OT New Orleans
2001 - 1 - 23 - Deuce McAllister, RB New Orleans
2001 - 2 - 40 - Ken Lucas, DB Seattle
2001 - 3 - 63 - Derrick Burgess, DE Philadelphia
2002 - 3 - 93 - Terrence Metcalf, OG Chicago
2003 - 5 - 157 - Ben Claxton, C Denver
2004 - 1 - 1 - Eli Manning, QB San Diego
2004 - 4 - 123 - Stacy Andrews, OT Cincinnati
2004 - 6 - 173 - Von Hutchins, CB Indianapolis
2004 - 6 - 200 - Charlie Anderson, DE Houston
2005 - 1 - 26 - Chris Spencer, C Seattle
2005 - 2 - 49 - Marcus Johnson, OT Minnesota
2005 - 7 - 221 - Rick Razzano, FB Tampa Bay
2006 - 6 - 186 - Tre' Stallings, OG Kansas City
2007 - 1 - 11 - Patrick Willis, LB San Francisco
2007 - 7 - 221 - Trumaine McBride, CB Chicago
2009 - 1 - 23 - Michael Oher, OT Baltimore
2009 - 1 - 24 - Peria Jerry, DT Atlanta
2009 - 3 - 84 - Mike Wallace, WR Pittsburgh
2009 - 7 - 231 - Jamarca Sanford, S Minnesota
2010 - 2 - 36 - Dexter McCluster, RB-WR Kansas City
2010 - 3 - 73 - John Jerry, OG Miami
2010 - 5 - 136 - Kendrick Lewis, S Kansas City
2010 - 6 - 175 - Greg Hardy, DE Carolina
2011 - 6 - 199 - Jerrell Powe, DT Kansas City
2012 - 4 - 112 - Bobby Massie, OT Arizona

First round selections in bold
A - Selected in the first of two groups chosen during American Football League's first draft in 1960
B - Allocation Draft by Oakland in 1960 after first seven teams froze 11 players
C - Selected in 1966 Atlanta Falcons expansion draft
D - Selected in 1967 New Orleans Saints expansion draft

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