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Wednesday, May 4, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Twenty-Three

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DORSETT TO DALLAS
Tampa Bay picks Bell first

From Wire Service Reports
As expected, the Tampa Bay
otlccaneers tabbed USC tailback
picky Bell in the first pick of
be first round of National Foot-
lt League draft of college
players, which began yesterday
and will continue through to-
Inorrow.
tIi sman trophy winner Tony
t ,riOtt of Pittsburgh was the
5cOnd player chosen, but col-
legiate football's all-time lead-
NFL Draft
FIRST ROUND
1. Tampa Bay, Ricky Bell, rb,
1 ,C. 2. Dallas, Tony Dorsett, rb,
pi ,rglh. 3. Cincinnati, Eddie Ed-
s, dt, Miami, Fla. 4. N. Y. Jets,
Masrin Powell, ot, USC. 5. N. Y.
(iants, Gary Jeter, dt, USC. 6. At-
ianta, warren Bryant, ot, Kentucky.
7, Nest Orleans, Joe Campbell, de,
iervand. 0. Cincinnati, Wilson
55 itey, dt, Houston. 9. Green Bay,
,tie ( Butler, de, Ransas. 10. Ran-
City, Gary Green, db, Baylor. 11.
1o0ston, Morris Towns, ot, Missouri.
it Buffalo, Phillip Dokes, dt, Okla-
I5or.)a St. 13. Miami, A. J. Duhe, dt,
11,1 14. Seattle, Steve August, o,
i !,a. 15. Chicago, Ted Albrecht, ot,
aifornia. 16. New England, Ray-
mnnd Clayborn, db, Texas. 17.
Cleeland, Robert Jackson, lb, Tex-
.as &M. 18. Denver, Steve Schind-
ler. i, Boston College. 19. St. Louis,
vi. Pisarkiewicz, qb, Missouri. 20.
tno.t, wilson Faumina, dt, San
.1c- t.5S. 21. Pittsburgh, Robbin
('li, lb. New Mexica. 22. Cincln-
W . Mike Cobb, te, MSU. 23. Los
lngl,.s, Bob Bredzinski, lb, OSU.
1. an Diego, Bob Rush c, Mem-
phis St. 25. New England. Stanley
3lor,,in, wr, Tennessee. 26. Balti-
nire, Randy Burke, wr, Kentucky.'
2. Minnesota, Tom Kramer, qb,
0'ce 20. Green Bay, Ezra Johnson,
de,, vorris Brawn.
SECOND ROUND
1Tamp~a Bay, Date Lewis,, It,
Southern California. 2. Seattle, Tom
Is)ch. ot, Boston College. 3. Los
ingeles. Nolan Cromwell, db, Kan-
4. New York Giants, Johnny
1',ins. wr. Ablne Christian. 5.
.' - ,.k Jets. A- 1,'v Wiker, wr,
i 6 0. New Or1 "ci's, Mike
F: i Nebraska. 7. Oakland, Mike
Wt: s db, Colorado. 8. Atlanta, R.C.
Thielemann, og, Arkansas. 9. Kansas
01y, Tony Reed, rb, Colorado. 10.
1ouston, George Reihner, og, Penn
Slas. 11. Green Bay, Greg Koch, ot,
Arkansas. 12. Miami, Bob Baumho-
war. d', Ala-ana. 13. Seattle, Terry
Beeson, lb, Kansas. 14. Detroit, Walt
Williams, db, New Mexico State. 15.
hi.ago, Mike Spivey, db, Colorado.

,

ing ground gainer will not be
playing for the Seattle Sea-
hawks as expected. Instead,
he'll be darting and dashing for
the Dallas Cowboys, who gave
up their first round pick and
three second round picks to Se-
attle for'the rights to draft Dor-
sett..
After picking these two ex-
pensive and explosive backs,
NFL teams shifted to the big
men. The next seven picks of
Summary
It. New England, Horace Ivory, rb,
Oklahoma. 17. Denver, Rob Lytle, rb,
Michigan. 18. Cleveland, Tom Skla-
dany, k. Ohio State. 19. St. Louis,
George Franklin, rb, Texas A&L. 20.
Pittsburgh, Sidney Thornton, rb,
Northwestern Louisiana. 21. Cincin-
nati, Pete Johnson, rb, Ohio State.
22. Los Angeles, Dilly Wtaddy, rb-we,
Colorado. 23. Seattle, Pete Crola,
lb Boston College. 24. New England,
Don Hasselbeck, te, Colorado. 25.
Baltimore, Mike Ozdowski, de, Vir-
ginia. 26. Dallas, Glenn Carano, qb,
Nevada-Las Vegas. 27. Minesota,
Dennis Swilley, og, Texas A&M. 28.
Oakland, Ted McKnight, rb, Minne-
sota-Duluth.
THIRD ROUND
1. Tampa Bay, Charles Hannah,
de, Alabama. 2. Seattle, Dennis Boyd,
de, Oregon State. 3. Buftalo, Curtis
Irown, rb. Missouri. 4. Pittsburgh,
Totm IBeasley, dt, Virginia Tech. 5.
Chicago, Rtobin Earl, te-rb, Wash-.
tingtont. 0. Dallas, Tony Hlill, we,
Stanford. 7. Atlanta, Edgar Fields,
dt, Texas A&M. 8. New Orleans, Bob
Watts, lb. Boston College. 9. San
Francisco, Elmo Boyd, wr, Eastern
Kentucky. 10. Hot aon, Tim Wilson,
rb, Maryland. 1iI. Kansas City,
Thomas Howard, lb, Texas Tech. 12.
Los Angeles, Ed Fulton, og, Mary-
land. 13. Detroit, Rick Kane, rb,
San Jose State. 14. Hlouston, lames
Giles, te, Alcorn State.s15. Miami,
Mike Watson, at, Miami, O. 16. Tank
Marshall, de, Texas A&M. 17. Buf-
falo, John Kimbrough, wr, St. Cloud,
Minn.. State. 18. Green Bay, Rick
Scribner, og, Idaho State. 19. Pitts-
burgh, Jim Smith, wr, Michigan.
20. Cincinnati, Mike Voigt, rb, North
Carolina. 21. San Di go, Keith King,
db, Colorado State. 22. St. Louis,
Kurt Allerman, lb, Penn State. 23.
Los Angeles, Wendell Tyler, rb,
UCLA. 24. St. louis, Terdell Middle-
ton, rb, Memphis State. 25. Dallas.
Val Belcher, og, Houston. 26. New
England, Sidney Brown, db, Okla-
homa. 27. Minnesota, Tom Hannon,
db, Michigan State. 28. Houston,
Rob Carpenter, rb, Miami, O.

the draft were all used to get
the rights to linemen.
C I N C I N N A T I, which
obtained the third pick in an
earlier trade with Buffalo, chose
defensive tackle Eddie Edwards
of the University of Miami.
Then the two New York
teams reached all the way
across the continent for their
first round choices. First the
Jets picked offensive tackle
Marvin Powell of USC. The
Giants followed by picking yet
another Trojan, defensive tac-
kle Gary Jeter. Thus, three of
the first five players chosen
were members of the Rose Bowl
champs.
The first round was dominat-
ed by defense and by lineman.
Of the 28 players picked, only
six will regularly touch the ball
30 offense. Only two quarter-
backs were chosen. Steve Pisar-
kiewicz of Missouri was picked
nineteenth by St. Louis and
Tommy Kramer of Rice was
tabbed second to last by Minne-
sota.
Rob Lytle was the first Michi-
gan player picked, going to
Denver as the seventeenth pick
of the second round. Wide re-
ceiver Jim Smith was the only
tther Wolverine drafted in yes-
terday's five rolds. He was
chosen by Pittsburgh in the
third round.
Two Big Ten players were
selected in the first round. Tight
Pnd Mike Cobb of MSU was the
Renaals' third pick of the round.
He was followed immediately in
the selection process by Bob
trudzinski of Ohio State, who
went to Los Angeles.
THE DETROIT LIONS, with-
out a pick in the first round,

drafted Walt Williams of New
Mexico State in the second
round. Coach Tommy Hudspeth
hopes the 6-foot, 185 pound de-
fensive back will be able to
spell the veterans -at both cor-
nerback and safety. He also ex-
pects to use Williams as a kick
returner.
Detroit chose running back
Rick Kane of San Jose State in
the third round.
Of course, the draft is only
the first step in signing a play-
er. The next few weeks will be
busy with negotiations between
teams, players, and agents. The
high picks will become instant
millionaires. For instance, Tam-
pa Bay signed Bell today to a
five year contract ranging in es-
timates from $1.25 million-$15
million.
Dorsett said yesterday he
would play for the Dallas Cow-
boys if they offered him a con-
tract similar to .the one the
Tampa Bay gave Bell.
"I WOULD LOVE to play for
the Bowboys but I will go where
it is best for me,' said Dorsett,
holding out the threat of per-

haps bolting to Canada if cont
tract negotiations stall.
Asked where he Wouldlike to
play if all things were equal, he
said, "In the NFL( of course. I
hope we get an agreement soon.
I do feel I'm worth as much as
anybody in professional foot-
ball. I must be worth something
for the Cowboys to sacrifice
four draft choices."
The real winner in the battle
for the big bucks will be agent
Mike Trope, who represents
both Dorsett and Bell. Trope
also represents Powell and Bry-
ant. He predicts that Dorsett's
contract will be similar to
Bell's. He should net over $250
thousand just for his work on
behalf of the two runners.
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