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.*. . alist of
round of the 1975 draft. But in 1976, the Central Division
Steelers left him unprotected in the ex- CHICAGO BEARS-Offensive guard
pansion draft held for Seattle and Tam- Kurt Becker. Becker, a First Team All-
pa Bay. Seattle took him, and he has American (AP) and All-Big Ten selec-
been a started for a number of years. lion last season, was chosen by the
He missed nine games last season with a Bears in the sixth round of this year's
broken leg, but did return late in the draft. He was one of 12 semi-finalists
season to regain his starting corner- for the Lombsrdi Award as the nation's
back job. He is entering his eighth NFL top lineman last fall. Becker started 36
season. Dufek, a Seattle fifth round consecutive games over the last three
draft choice in 1976, is a backup safety. seasons for the Wolverines s
Jackson was not taken in this year's Detroit Lions-Quarterback John
draft and signed with the Seahawks as a Wangler. Wangler tried out with the
free agent. At Michigan, Jackson was Dallas Cowboys as a free agent last
converted from wide receiver to free year and was cut during training camp.
safety. He started all of last season, and This summer he is trying his luck as a
most of the 1980 campaign. free agent with the Lions.
GREEN BAY PACKERS-
NATIONAL FOOTBALL Linebacker John Anderson, running
back Harlan Huckleby, of-
CONFERENCE fensive guard Chris Godfrey and defen-
Eastern Division sive back Mike Jolly. Anderson, a first
Dallas Cowboys-Defensive back. round pick by the Packers in 1978, has
had his share of bad luck in the NFL. In
Brian Carpenter. A fourth round draft each of his first three seasons in the
choice by the Cowboys this year, Car- pros he broke hie left arm. He reboun-
penter was a two-year starter for dad from these misfortunes, to record
Michigan. Earned second team All-Big 117 solo tackles last year and a team
Ten honors last season. leading four recovered fumbles. In this
New York Giants - Running Back case of Huckleby, injuries worked in his
Butch Woolfolk. Woolfolk, Michigan's favor. When starter Eddie Lee Ivery
all-time leading ground gainer with and backup Terdell Middleton both
3,861 yards, was taken by the Giants in became injured, Huckleby became the
the first round of this year's draft. His team's starter for the last 12 games of
3,861 yards rushing ranks him second in the year. He gained 381 yards on 139
the history of Big Ten running backs, carries (2.7 yards per carry) and five
trailing only Ohio State's two-time touchdowns. Godfrey had been a defen-
Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin sive end, but is being switched to offen-
(5,589 yards). The 6-1, 207 pounder led sive guard. He did not get into any
the Wolverines in rushing during each games last year. Just as Anderson was
of the past three seasons. He earned struck down by injury in his first three
All-American, team MVP and All-Bigby uT
A e honrca, tea V a Aoolfol-Bigs pro seasons, Jolly found himself nur-
Ten honors last year. Woolfolk was sing a wound last year. In fact, he en-
named MVP of the 1981 Rose Bowl and ded up missing the whole season
1981 Bluebonnet Bowl. The speedy because of a knee injury that required
Woolfolk also ran track at Michigan. He surgery. Jolly will be trying to beat out
is expected to start alongside Rob Car- Maurice Harvey, who replaced him, in
penter in the Giants' backfield. . training camp.
Philadelphia Eagles-Defensive Minnesota-None.
back Randy Logan and linebacker An- Tampa Bay-None.
dy Cannavino. Logan, a 10-year . .y.n
veteran, is among the league's best Western Division
strong safeties. He earned All-Pro ATLANTA FALCONS-Offensive
honors in 1979 and 1980. Cannavino was -tackle Mike Kenn. Kenn, who will be
selected by the Detroit Lions in the 10th entering his fifth NFL season, has been
round of last year's draft and was sub-
sequently cut in training camp. He will
try out with the Eagles as a free
agent. Cannavino is Michigan's second
all-time leading tackler, but he is
downgraded by pro scouts for his lack
of size and speed.
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS-Offen-
sive tackle Dan Dierdorf, defen-
sive end Curtis Greer, wide receiver
Ralph Clayton and tight end Doug Mar-
sh. Dierdorf is entering his 11th NFL 'r
season, during which time he has made
All-Pro six times (1974-78, 80). He ear-
ned All-Pro honors in 1980 despite the
fact that he had missed most of the
previous season because of a knee in-
jury that required surgery. Dierdorf
was the Cardinals' second round draft
choice in 1971. Greer, a first round '
choice in 1980, had a good season last
year as he led the team in quarterback
sacks with 12 . Marsh, a second round
Cardinal draft choice in 1980, only
played four games last year due to in-
jury. He is expected to press Greg
LaFleur for starting time this year.
Clayton was also drafted in the second
round of the 1980 draft, by the New York
Jets. The Jets switched Clayton from
his college position of wide receiver to
running back. The move was not a suc-
cessful one and Clayton was eventually
released from the team. St. Louis then
picked him up and moved him back to
wide receiver.
Washington Redskins-None.

The Michigan Daily--Thursday, July 15, 1982-Page 11
Volverines

an All-Pro selection in each of the last
two years. He was the Falcons' first
round draft choice in 1978.
Los Angeles Rams-Linebacker Mel
Owens and center George Lilja. Owens
and Lilja joined the Rams last season
as first and third round choices, and did
not exactly set the world, or NFL, on fire.
Despite his first round status, Owens
did not start. Lilja, meanwhile, missed
the whole year with an injury.
New Orleans Saints-None.
San Francisco 49ers-Defensive back
Dwight Hicks, center/guard Walt
Downing, offensive tackle Bubba Paris.
Hicks teamed up with three rookies in a
starting secondary that showed

remarkable imnprovement over the
previous year. During the regular
season, Hicks intercepted nine passes
(third best in NFL) and returned them
for 239 yards (a club record). Hicks also
picked off a pass in the 49ers' Super
Bowl victory over Cincinnati. Paris has
all but been handed a starting job with
the 49ers after being taken early in the
second round of this year's draft. Paris
was expected to start when he was draf-
ted, and now that All-Pro guard Randy
Cross has been injured, one of last
year's starting tackles will replace him
and Paris will start at tackle. Downing
is a backup of the San Francisco offen-
sive line.

MICHIGAN'S BRIAN CARPENTER (9, above) and Butch Woolfolk (24,
below) could find themselves going head to head next season, as both were
drafted by NFC Eastern teams. Woolfolk was the New York Giants' first
round draft choice, while Carpenter was taken in the fourth round by the
Dallas Cowboys.

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