1964 American Football League draft

1964 AFL draft
General Information
Date(s) November 30, 1963
Location New York City
208 total selections  in 26 rounds
First selection John Concannon, QB
Boston Patriots
Last selection Frank Kinard, FB
San Diego Chargers
Hall of Famers 9

The 1964 American Football League draft was held in New York City on Saturday, November 30, 1963.[1][2]

The first selection was quarterback John Concannon of Boston College, taken by the Boston Patriots.[2] The NFL draft was held two days later in Chicago.

First round

Pick Team Player Position College
1 Boston Patriots Concannon, JackJack Concannon QB Boston College
2 Kansas City Chiefs Beathard, PetePete Beathard QB USC
3 New York Jets Snell, MattMatt Snell RB Ohio State
4 Denver Broncos Brown, BobBob Brown OT Nebraska
5 Buffalo Bills Eller, CarlCarl Eller DE Minnesota
6 Houston Oilers Appleton, ScottScott Appleton DT Texas
7 Oakland Raiders Lorick, TonyTony Lorick RB Arizona State
8 San Diego Chargers Davis, TedTed Davis LB Georgia Tech
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Notable undrafted players

= Pro Bowler
Original NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
Denver Broncos Amos, JohnJohn Amos  RB Colorado State Ind.
Houston Oilers Frazier, WillieWillie Frazier  TE Arkansas–Pine Bluff SWAC
Houston Oilers Hicks, W.K.W.K. Hicks  CB Texas Southern SWAC
Kansas City Chiefs Hill, Mack LeeMack Lee Hill  FB Southern SWAC
Kansas City Chiefs Mitchell, WillieWillie Mitchell  CB Tennessee State Midwestern
New York Jets Rademacher, BillBill Rademacher  WR Northern Michigan N/A
New York Jets Schmitt, JohnJohn Schmitt  C Hofstra N/A
San Diego Chargers Duncan, SpeedySpeedy Duncan  CB Jackson State SWAC
San Diego Chargers Warren, JimmyJimmy Warren  CB Illinois Big Ten

See also


  1. "Boston Patriots pickup Concannon". The Bulletin. Bend, Oregon. UPI. November 30, 1963. p. 5.
  2. 1 2 "Concannon 1st draft choice". Palm Beach Post. Florida. Associated Press. December 1, 1963. p. D3.

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