List of North Carolina Tar Heels in the NFL Draft

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Mitchell Trubisky was drafted 2nd overall by the Chicago Bears in the 2017 NFL Draft.

The North Carolina Tar Heels football team, representing the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has had 215 American football players drafted into the National Football League (NFL) since the league began holding drafts in 1936.[A 1] The highest that a Tar Heel has ever been drafted is second overall, which has happened on four occasions: Ken Willard in 1965, Lawrence Taylor in 1981, Julius Peppers in 2002, and Mitch Trubisky in 2017[3] The Buffalo Bills and Washington Redskins have drafted the most Tar Heels with sixteen and fifteen, respectively, every current NFL franchise has drafted a player from North Carolina.[3]

Each NFL franchise seeks to add new players through the annual NFL Draft, the draft rules were last updated in 2009. 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).[4]

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, along with the subsequent drafting of the same player in each draft. As part of the merger agreement on June 8, 1966, the two leagues held a multiple round "Common Draft". Once the AFL officially merged with the NFL in 1970, the "Common Draft" simply became the NFL Draft.[1][2][5]

Twenty-four Tar Heels have been drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft, with the most recent being Mitch Trubisky in 2017, the single first round of the NFL Draft with the most Tar Heels selected was 1998 with three: Greg Ellis, Brian Simmons, and Vonnie Holliday. Of the Tar Heels selected in the NFL Draft, fifteen have been selected to a Pro Bowl, seventeen have been a member of a Super Bowl winning team; four have achieved both. The most Tar Heels selected in a single NFL Draft is nine, in 2011.[6]

Key[edit]

B Back[A 2] K Kicker NT Nose tackle
C Center LB Linebacker FB Fullback
DB Defensive back P Punter HB Halfback
DE Defensive end QB Quarterback WR Wide receiver
DT Defensive tackle RB Running back G Guard
E End T Offensive tackle TE Tight end
* Selected to a Pro Bowl
Won a Super Bowl championship
Selected to a Pro Bowl and won a Super Bowl

Players selected[edit]

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Lawrence Taylor was drafted 2nd overall by the New York Giants in the 1982 NFL Draft.
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Julius Peppers was drafted 2nd overall by the Carolina Panthers in the 2002 NFL Draft.
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Jonathan Cooper was selected by the Arizona Cardinals as the 7th overall draft pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.
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Eric Ebron was selected by the Detroit Lions as the 10th overall draft pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.
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Robert Quinn was selected by the St. Louis Rams as the 14th overall draft pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.
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Vonnie Holliday was drafted 19th overall by the Green Bay Packers in the 1998 NFL Draft.
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Giovani Bernard was selected by the Cincinnati Bengals as the 37th overall draft pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.
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Dré Bly was drafted 41st overall by the St. Louis Rams in the 1999 NFL Draft.
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Brandon Tate was drafted 83rd overall by the New England Patriots in the 2009 NFL Draft.
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T. J. Yates was selected by the Houston Texans as the 152nd overall draft pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.
North Carolina Tar Heels selected in the NFL/AFL Drafts
Year Round Pick Overall Name Position Team Notes
1938 5 6 36 Andy Bershak E Detroit Lions
8 4 64 Tom Burnette B, FB Pittsburgh Pirates
12 9 109 Henry Bartos G Washington Redskins
1939 5 7 35 Steve Maronic T Detroit Lions
12 4 104 Jack Kraynick QB Philadelphia Eagles
14 10 130 George Watson B New York Giants
1940 2 1 11 George Stirnweiss B Chicago Cardinals
19 8 178 Charley Slagle B Washington Redskins
1941 10 8 88 Jim LaLanne B Chicago Bears
12 2 102 Paul Severin E Pittsburgh Steelers
16 3 143 Gates Kimball T Chicago Cardinals
1942 18 4 164 Carl Suntheimer C Chicago Cardinals
1943 21 6 196 Fred Marshall G New York Giants
1944 18 6 181 Hugh Cox B Green Bay Packers
26 6 269 Ray Jordan B Green Bay Packers
1945 15 4 146 Chan Highsmith C Boston Yanks
18 2 177 Ralph Strayhorn G Chicago Cardinals
1946 3 5 20 Hosea Rodgers FB New York Giants
16 4 144 Ted Hazelwood T, DT Chicago Bears
28 4 264 Howard Weldon G Chicago Bears
30 5 285 Bill Voris B New York Giants
1947 10 4 79 Ernie Williamson T Washington Redskins
12 3 98 Jack Fitch B Pittsburgh Steelers
18 10 165 Walt Pupa B Chicago Bears
28 7 262 Jerrell Baxter T Green Bay Packers
32 7 300 Don Clayton B New York Giants
1948 3 10 23 Bill Smith T Chicago Cardinals
8 10 65 Jim Camp QB Chicago Cardinals
1949 3 7 28 Len Szafaryn T, G, LB, DT Washington Redskins
8 2 73 Mike Rubish E New York Bulldogs
8 7 78 Bob Kennedy DB, HB Washington Redskins
19 8 189 Bob Mitten G Chicago Bears
20 1 192 Joe Romano T Detroit Lions
23 9 230 Bob Cox E Chicago Cardinals
25 8 249 Stan Marczyk T Chicago Bears
1950 2 2 16 Art Weiner E, DE New York Bulldogs
16 5 201 Charlie Justice HB Washington Redskins
18 8 230 Kenneth Powell E Pittsburgh Steelers
1951 7 8 82 Irv Holdash C Cleveland Browns
29 7 346 Roscoe Hansen T, DT Philadelphia Eagles
1953 6 9 70 Tom Higgins T, G, DT Chicago Cardinals
16 8 189 Bud Wallace B Philadelphia Eagles
1954 12 9 142 Jack Maultsby T Los Angeles Rams
27 7 320 Ken Yarborough E Washington Redskins
1955 11 3 124 Larry Parker B Washington Redskins
1956 8 6 91 Bill Koman* LB Baltimore Colts Pro Bowl (1962, 1964)[7]
11 2 123 Stew Pell T San Francisco 49ers
11 5 126 Ken Keller HB Philadelphia Eagles
1957 3 8 33 Ed Sutton HB, DB Washington Redskins
12 3 136 Don Klochak B Los Angeles Rams
20 4 233 Jack Stillwell E Cleveland Browns
1958 8 5 90 Buddy Payne E Washington Redskins
8 12 97 Phil Blazer G Detroit Lions
10 11 120 Leo Russavage T Cleveland Browns
1959 3 6 30 Ron Koes C Detroit Lions
10 3 111 Emil DeCantis B Chicago Cardinals
10 9 117 Alan Goldstein E Los Angeles Rams
15 2 170 John Schroeder E Chicago Cardinals
16 8 188 Don Redding T Chicago Bears
21 11 251 Fred Swearingen G New York Giants
30 3 351 Rabe Walton B Chicago Cardinals
1960 30 3 351 Jack Cummings QB Philadelphia Eagles
5 4 52 Don Stallings DT, DE, T Washington Redskins
12 6 138 Earl Butler T Pittsburgh Steelers
12 10 142 Jim Williams G San Francisco 49ers
1961
AFL draft
2 2 9 Rip Hawkins*[A 3] LB Boston Patriots Pro Bowl (1963)[8]
11 3 73 Roy Wall HB Buffalo Bills
1961
NFL draft
2 2 15 Rip Hawkins*[A 3] LB Minnesota Vikings Pro Bowl (1963)[8]
11 6 146 Henry Clement TE Pittsburgh Steelers
14 8 190 Bob Elliott[A 4] FB St. Louis Cardinals
1962
AFL draft
7 4 52 Jim LeCompte G Buffalo Bills
31 1 241 Bob Elliot[A 4] FB Oakland Raiders
1963
AFL draft
12 3 91 Joe Craver LB New York Jets
1964
AFL draft
11 3 83 Bob Lacey[A 5] WR New York Jets
22 6 174 Ed Kesler[A 6] FB Houston Oilers
1964
NFL draft
6 5 75 Bob Lacey[A 5] WR Minnesota Vikings
16 9 219 Ed Kesler[A 6] FB Pittsburgh Steelers
1965 1 2 2 Ken Willard* RB San Francisco 49ers Pro Bowl (1965, 1966, 1968, 1969)[9]
18 7 245 Chris Hanburger* LB Washington Redskins Pro Bowl (1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976)[10]
1967 6 21 159 Bo Wood DE New Orleans Saints
17 13 432 Danny Talbott QB San Francisco 49ers
1968 15 23 404 Jeff Beaver QB Baltimore Colts
1969 4 1 79 Mike Richey T Buffalo Bills
1971 1 2 22 Don McCauley RB Baltimore Colts
12 14 159 Tony Blanchard TE Cleveland Browns
1972 3 4 56 Lewis Jolley RB Houston Oilers
10 14 248 John Bunting LB Philadelphia Eagles
1973 14 22 360 Bob Thornton G Dallas Cowboys
1974 3 15 67 Robert Pratt G Baltimore Colts
4 12 90 Sammy Johnson RB San Francisco 49ers
14 1 339 Paul Lamm DB Buffalo Bills
1975 1 3 3 Ken Huff G Baltimore Colts
5 21 125 Charles Waddell TE San Diego Chargers
15 19 383 Chris Kupec QB Buffalo Bills
1976 8 15 224 James Betterson RB Denver Broncos
12 4 323 Milton Butts T New Orleans Saints
1977 3 20 76 Mike Voight RB Cincinnati Bengals
8 14 209 Mark Griffin T Detroit Lions
9 25 248 Mark Cantrell C Dallas Cowboys
10 18 269 Tom Burkett T Cleveland Browns
1978 2 4 32 Dee Hardison DE, DT, NT Buffalo Bills
8 5 199 Brooks Williams TE New Orleans Saints
8 4 202 Walker Lee WR Washington Redskins
1979 5 11 121 Bob Hukill G Dallas Cowboys
6 16 153 Dave Simmons LB Green Bay Packers
6 23 160 Mike Salzano G Dallas Cowboys
1980 2 8 36 Buddy Curry LB Atlanta Falcons
5 11 121 Doug Paschal RB Minnesota Vikings
11 22 297 Phil Farris WR Denver Broncos
1981 1 2 2 Lawrence Taylor LB New York Giants Pro Bowl (1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990)[11]
Super Bowl champion (XXI, XXV)[12][13]
1 18 18 Donnell Thompson DT Baltimore Colts
3 17 73 Rick Donnalley C, G Pittsburgh Steelers
4 20 103 Amos Lawrence RB San Diego Chargers Super Bowl champion (XVI)[14]
6 19 157 Ron Wooten G New England Patriots
6 26 164 Harry Stanback DE Atlanta Falcons
1982 2 19 46 Calvin Daniels LB Kansas City Chiefs
6 17 156 Darrell Nicholson LB New York Giants
8 16 211 Bill Jackson DB Cleveland Browns
1983 2 8 36 Mike Wilcher LB Los Angeles Rams
2 20 48 Dave Drechsler G Green Bay Packers
7 28 196 Kelvin Bryant RB Washington Redskins Super Bowl champion (XXII)[15]
1984 1 28 28 Brian Blados T, G Cincinnati Bengals
3 13 69 Tyrone Anthony RB New Orleans Saints
7 27 195 Mark Smith WR Washington Redskins
10 10 262 Aaron Jackson LB Cincinnati Bengals
1985 1 15 15 Ethan Horton* TE, RB Kansas City Chiefs Pro Bowl (1991)[16]
3 17 73 Brian Johnston C New York Giants
4 9 93 Greg Naron G Philadelphia Eagles
9 4 228 Micah Moon LB Atlanta Falcons
1986 8 5 199 Larry Griffin DB Houston Oilers
9 2 223 Tommy Barnhardt P Tampa Bay Buccaneers
10 23 272 Carl Carr LB New York Jets
11 21 303 Arnold Franklin TE Miami Dolphins
1987 1 22 22 Harris Barton T, G San Francisco 49ers Pro Bowl (1992)[17]
Super Bowl champion (XXIII, XXIV, XXIX)[18][19][20]
1988 4 5 87 Tim Goad NT, DT New England Patriots
9 4 225 Reuben Davis DE, DT Tampa Bay Buccaneers
9 14 235 Carlton Bailey LB Buffalo Bills
1989 3 13 69 Darrell Hamilton T Denver Broncos
10 17 268 Derrick Fenner RB Seattle Seahawks
12 12 319 Antonio Goss LB San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl champion (XXIV, XXIX)[19][20]
1990 4 14 95 Torin Dorn DB Los Angeles Raiders
9 24 244 Cecil Gray DE, T Philadelphia Eagles
1991 3 24 79 Kevin Donnalley G, T Houston Oilers
1992 3 20 76 Brian Bollinger G San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl champion (XXIX)[20]
4 13 97 Dwight Hollier LB Miami Dolphins
4 14 98 Roy Barker DE, DT Minnesota Vikings
7 6 174 Deems May TE San Diego Chargers
8 6 202 Eric Blount WR Philadelphia Eagles
10 5 257 Andrew Oberg T Green Bay Packers
1993 1 28 28 Thomas Smith DB Buffalo Bills
2 12 41 Natrone Means* RB San Diego Chargers Pro Bowl (1994)[21]
3 13 69 Rondell Jones DB Denver Broncos
5 11 123 Tommy Thigpen RB New York Giants
1994 2 19 48 Bucky Brooks DB Buffalo Bills Super Bowl champion (XXXI)[22]
4 17 120 Austin Robbins DT Los Angeles Raiders
4 24 127 Bracy Walker DB Kansas City Chiefs
4 27 130 Sean Crocker DB Buffalo Bills
1995 3 2 66 William Henderson FB Green Bay Packers Pro Bowl (2004)
Super Bowl champion (XXXI)[23]
Super Bowl champion (XXXI)[22]
3 24 88 Jimmy Hitchcock DB New England Patriots
4 20 118 Mike Morton LB Los Angeles Raiders Super Bowl champion (XXXIV)[24]
6 7 178 Eddie Mason LB New York Jets
7 28 236 Oscar Sturgis DE Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl champion (XXX)[25]
1996 1 22 22 Marcus Jones DE, DT Tampa Bay Buccaneers
5 16 148 Sean Boyd DB Minnesota Vikings
1997 2 1 31 Rick Terry DT New York Jets
2 15 45 Freddie Jones TE San Diego Chargers
3 19 79 James Hamilton DB Jacksonville Jaguars
4 8 104 Leon Johnson DB New York Jets
5 14 144 Andre Purvis DT Cincinnati Bengals
1998 1 8 8 Greg Ellis* DE Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl (2007)[26]
1 17 17 Brian Simmons LB Cincinnati Bengals
1 19 19 Vonnie Holliday DE, DT Green Bay Packers
4 11 103 Omar Brown DB Atlanta Falcons
4 18 110 Kivuusama Mays LB Minnesota Vikings
5 5 128 Robert Williams DB Kansas City Chiefs
5 8 131 Jonathan Linton DB Buffalo Bills
1999 1 20 20 Ebenezer Ekuban DE Dallas Cowboys
2 10 41 Dré Bly DB St. Louis Rams Pro Bowl (2003, 2004)[27]
Super Bowl champion (XXXIV)[24]
2 17 48 Russell Davis DT, DE Chicago Bears Super Bowl champion (XLII)[28]
4 24 119 Keith Newman LB Buffalo Bills
4 35 130 Na Brown WR Philadelphia Eagles
7 9 215 Mike Pringley DE Detroit Lions
2000 4 23 117 Deon Dyer FB Miami Dolphins
2001 2 4 35 Alge Crumpler* TE Atlanta Falcons Pro Bowl (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006)[29]
3 8 70 Sedrick Hodge LB New Orleans Saints
4 15 110 Brandon Spoon LB Buffalo Bills
7 5 205 Dauntae' Finger TE Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2002 1 2 2 Julius Peppers* DE Carolina Panthers Pro Bowl (2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012)[30]
1 6 6 Ryan Sims DT Kansas City Chiefs
4 8 106 David Thornton LB Indianapolis Colts
7 8 219 Joey Evans DE Cincinnati Bengals
7 24 235 Ronald Curry WR Oakland Raiders
7 34 245 Quincy Monk LB New York Giants
2003 4 30 127 Sam Aiken LB Buffalo Bills
2004 4 17 113 Dexter Reid DB New England Patriots Super Bowl champion (XXXIX, XLI)[31][32]
4 28 124 Michael Waddell DB Tennessee Titans
5 14 146 Jeb Terry G Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2005 4 23 124 Jason Brown C Baltimore Ravens
5 21 157 Gerald Sensabaugh DB Jacksonville Jaguars
7 37 251 Madison Hedgecock FB St. Louis Rams Super Bowl champion (XLII)[28]
2006 7 17 225 Chase Page DT San Diego Chargers
2008 1 29 29 Kentwan Balmer DT San Francisco 49ers
7 14 221 Hilee Taylor LB Carolina Panthers
2009 1 29 29 Hakeem Nicks WR New York Giants Super Bowl champion (XLVI)[33]
2 32 64 Richard Quinn TE Denver Broncos
3 14 83 Brandon Tate WR New England Patriots
5 20 156 Garrett Reynolds T Atlanta Falcons
5 24 160 Brooks Foster WR St. Louis Rams
2010 4 28 127 E. J. Wilson DE Seattle Seahawks
5 15 146 Cam Thomas DT San Diego Chargers
2011 1 14 14 Robert Quinn* DE St. Louis Rams Pro Bowl (2013, 2014)[34]
2 8 40 Bruce Carter LB Dallas Cowboys
2 20 54 Marvin Austin DT New York Giants Super Bowl champion (XLVI)[33]
2 27 57 Greg Little WR Cleveland Browns
4 3 100 Da'Norris Searcy DB Buffalo Bills
5 2 133 Johnny White RB Buffalo Bills
5 21 152 T. J. Yates QB Houston Texans
6 6 171 Quan Sturdivant LB Arizona Cardinals
7 15 218 Ryan Taylor TE Arizona Cardinals
2012 1 16 16 Quinton Coples DE New York Jets
2 20 56 Zach Brown LB Tennessee Titans
2013 1 7 7 Jonathan Cooper G Arizona Cardinals
1 28 28 Sylvester Williams DT Denver Broncos Super Bowl champion (50)[35]
2 5 37 Giovani Bernard RB Cincinnati Bengals
3 27 89 Brennan Williams T Houston Texans
7 8 214 Travis Bond G Minnesota Vikings
2014 1 10 10 Eric Ebron TE Detroit Lions
3 20 84 Kareem Martin DE Arizona Cardinals
4 11 111 Russell Bodine C Cincinnati Bengals
4 28 128 Tre Boston S Carolina Panthers
7 10 223 Jabari Price CB Minnesota Vikings
2017 1 2 2 Mitchell Trubisky QB Chicago Bears
3 38 102 Nazair Jones DT Seattle Seahawks
4 11 118 Mack Hollins WR Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl champion (LI)[36]
4 26 133 Ryan Switzer WR Dallas Cowboys
5 35 179 T. J. Logan RB Arizona Cardinals
7 24 242 Elijah Hood RB Oakland Raiders
2018 2 21 53 M. J. Stewart CB Tampa Bay Buccaneers
7 16 234 Andre Smith LB Carolina Panthers
7 37 255 Austin Proehl WR Buffalo Bills

Notes[edit]

  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).[1][2]
  2. ^ In American and Canadian football, a back is a player who is lined up behind the linemen, the players who line up closest to the line of scrimmage.
  3. ^ a b Rip Hawkins was drafted in 1961 by the Boston Patriots (9th overall) and by the Minnesota Vikings (15th overall).
  4. ^ a b Bob Elliott was drafted in 1961 by the St. Louis Cardinals (190th overall) and in 1962 by the Oakland Raiders (241st overall).
  5. ^ a b Bob Lacey was drafted in 1964 by the New York Jets (83rd overall) and by the Minnesota Vikings (75th overall).
  6. ^ a b Ed Kesler was drafted in 1964 by the Houston Oilers (174th overall) and by the Pittsburgh Steelers (219th overall).

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