NFL Draft-Heisman List

Where Heisman Trophy winners were drafted with their year, school, position, year of draft, NFL team, round-overall number if available. Total rounds of draft in parentheses:

2020 — DeVonta Smith, senior, Alabama, WR, Philadelphia, first-10 (7).

2019 — Joe Burrow, senior, LSU, QB, Cincinnati, first-1 (7).

2018 — Kyler Murray, junior, Oklahoma, QB, Arizona, first-1 (7).

2017 — Baker Mayfield, senior, Oklahoma, QB, Cleveland, first-1 (7).

2016 — Lamar Jackson, sophomore, Louisville, QB, 2017 not eligible. In 2018, Baltimore, first-32 (7).

2015 — Derrick Henry, junior, Alabama, RB, 2016, Tennessee, second-45 (7).

2014 — Marcus Mariota, junior, Oregon, QB, 2015, Tennessee, first-2 (7).

2013 — Jameis Winston, freshman, Florida State, QB, 2014 not eligible. In 2015, Tampa Bay, first-1 (7).

2012 — Johnny Manziel, freshman, Texas A&M, QB, 2013 not eligible. In 2014, Cleveland, first-22 (7).

2011 — Robert Griffin III, junior, Baylor, QB, 2012, Washington, first-2 (7).

2010 — Cam Newton, junior, Auburn, QB, 2011, Carolina, first-1 (7).

2009 — Mark Ingram, sophomore, Alabama, RB, 2010 not eligible. In 2011, New Orleans, first-28 (7).

2008 — Sam Bradford, sophomore, Oklahoma, QB, 2009 not eligible. In 2010, St. Louis, first-1 (7).

2007 — Tim Tebow, sophomore, Florida, QB, 2008-09 not eligible. In 2010, Denver, first-25 (7).

2006 — Troy Smith, senior, Ohio State, QB, 2007, Baltimore, fifth-174 (7).

2005 — Reggie Bush, junior, Southern Cal, RB, 2006, New Orleans, first-2 (7).

2004 — Matt Leinart, junior, Southern Cal, QB, 2005, not eligible. In 2006, Arizona, first-10 (7).

2003 — Jason White, junior, Oklahoma, QB, 2004 not eligible. In 2005, NOT SELECTED (7).

2002 — Carson Palmer, senior, Southern Cal, QB, 2003, Cincinnati, first-1 (7).

2001 — Eric Crouch, senior, Nebraska, QB, 2002, St. Louis, third-95 (7).

2000 — Chris Weinke, senior, Florida State, QB, 2001, Carolina, fourth-106 (7).

1999 — Ron Dayne, senior, Wisconsin, RB, 2000, New York Giants, first-11 (7).

1998 — Ricky Williams, senior, Texas, RB, 1999, New Orleans, first-5 (7).

1997 — Charles Woodson, junior, Michigan, CB, 1998, Oakland, first-4 (7).

1996 — Danny Wuerffel, senior, Florida, QB, 1997, New Orleans, fourth-99 (7).

1995 — Eddie George, senior, Ohio State, RB, 1996, Houston, first-14 (7).

1994 — Rashaan Salaam, junior, Colorado, RB, 1995, Chicago, first-21 (7).

1993 — Charlie Ward, senior, Florida State, QB, 1994, NOT SELECTED (7).

1992 — Gino Torretta, senior, Miami, QB, 1993, Minnesota, seventh-192 (8).

1991 — Desmond Howard, junior, Michigan, WR, 1992, Washington, first-4 (12).

1990 — Ty Detmer, junior, Brigham Young, QB, 1992, Green Bay, ninth-230 (12).

1989 — Andre Ware, junior, Houston, QB, 1990, Detroit, first-7 (12).

1988 — Barry Sanders, junior, Oklahoma State, RB, 1989, Detroit, first-3 (12).

1987 — Tim Brown, senior, Notre Dame, WR, 1988, Los Angeles Raiders, first-6 (12).

1986 — Vinny Testaverde, senior, Miami, QB, 1987, Tampa Bay, first-1 (12).

1985 — Bo Jackson, senior, Auburn, TB, 1986, Tampa Bay, first-1 (12).

1984 — Doug Flutie, senior, Boston College, QB, 1985, New Jersey-USFL, territorial; 1985, Los Angeles Rams, 11th-285 (12).

1983 — Mike Rozier, senior, Nebraska, TB, 1984, Pittsburgh-USFL, first-1; 1984 NFL supplemental draft, Houston, first-2.

1982 — Herschel Walker, junior, Georgia, HB, 1983, signed with New Jersey-USFL; 1985, Dallas-NFL, fifth-114 (12).

1981 — Marcus Allen, senior, Southern Cal, TB, 1982, Oakland, first-10 (12).

1980 — George Rogers, senior, South Carolina, HB, 1981, New Orleans, first-1 (12).

1979 — Charles White, senior, Southern Cal, TB, 1980, Cleveland, first-27 (12).

1978 — Billy Sims, junior, Oklahoma, RB, 1980, Detroit, first-1 (12).

1977 — Earl Campbell, senior, Texas, FB, 1978, Houston, first-1 (12).

1976 — Tony Dorsett, senior, Pittsburgh, HB, 1977, Dallas, first-2 (12).

1975 — Archie Griffin, senior, Ohio State, HB, 1976, Cincinnati, first-24 (17).

1974 — Archie Griffin, junior, Ohio State, HB, 1975, not eligible.

1973 — John Cappelletti, senior, Penn State, HB, 1974, Los Angeles Rams, first-11 (17).

1972 — Johnny Rodgers, senior, Nebraska, FL, 1973, San Diego, first-25 (17).

1971 — Pat Sullivan, senior, Auburn, QB, 1972, Atlanta, second-40 (17).

1970 — Jim Plunkett, senior, Stanford, QB, 1971, New England, first-1 (17).

1969 — Steve Owens, senior, Oklahoma, HB, 1970, Detroit, first-19 (17).

1968 — O.J. Simpson, senior, Southern Cal, TB, 1969, Buffalo, first-1 (17).

1967 — Gary Beban, senior, UCLA, QB, 1968, Los Angeles Rams, second-30 (17).

1966 — Steve Spurrier, senior, Florida, QB, 1967, San Francisco, first-3 (17).

1965 — Mike Garrett, senior, Southern Cal, TB, 1966, Los Angeles Rams-NFL, second-18 (20); 1966, Kansas City-AFL, 20th-178 (20).

1964 — John Huarte, senior, Notre Dame, QB, 1965, Philadelphia-NFL, sixth-76 (20); 1965, New York Jets-AFL, second-12 (20).

1963 — Roger Staubach, junior, Navy, QB, 1964, Dallas-NFL, 10th-129 (20); 1964, Kansas City-AFL, 16th-122 (20).

1962 — Terry Baker, senior, Oregon State, QB, 1963, Los Angeles Rams-NFL, first-1 (20); 1963, San Diego-AFL, 12th-90 (29).

1961 — Ernie Davis, senior, Syracuse, HB, 1962, Washington-NFL, first-1 (20); 1962, Buffalo-AFL, first-4 (34).

1960 — Joe Bellino, senior, Navy, HB, 1961, Washington-NFL, 17th-227 (20); 1961, Boston-AFL, 19th-146 (30).

1959 — Billy Cannon, senior, LSU, HB, 1960, Los Angeles Rams-NFL, first-1 (20); 1960, Houston-AFL, territorial.

1958 — Pete Dawkins, senior, Army, HB, 1959, NOT SELECTED (30).

1957 — John David Crow, senior, Texas A&M, HB, 1958, Chicago Cardinals, first-2 (30).

1956 — Paul Hornung, senior, Notre Dame, QB, 1957, Green Bay, lottery bonus selection-1 (30).

1955 — Howard Cassady, senior, Ohio State, HB, 1956, Detroit, first-3 (30).

1954 — Alan Ameche, senior, Wisconsin, FB, 1955, Baltimore, first-3 (30).

1953 — John Lattner, senior, Notre Dame, HB, 1954, Pittsburgh, first-7 (30).

1952 — Billy Vessels, senior, Oklahoma, HB, 1953, Baltimore, first-2 (30).

1951 — Dick Kazmaier, senior, Princeton, HB, 1952, Chicago Bears, 15th-176 (30).

1950 — Vic Janowicz, junior, Ohio State, HB, 1951 not eligible. 1952, Washington, seventh-79 (30).

1949 — Leon Hart, senior, Notre Dame, E, 1950, Detroit, lottery bonus selection-1 (30).

1948 — Doak Walker, junior, SMU, HB, 1949, Boston-NFL, first-3 (25); 1949, Cleveland-AAFC, ninth-69 (29).

1947 — John Lujack, senior, Notre Dame, QB, 1946, Chicago-NFL, first-4 (30); 1947, Chicago-AAFC, special selection (25).

1946 — Glenn Davis, senior, Army, HB, 1947, Detroit, first-2 (30); 1947, San Francisco-AAFC, special selection (25).

1945 — Doc Blanchard, junior, Army, HB, 1946, Pittsburgh-NFL, first-3 (30); 1947, Brooklyn-AAFC, special selection (25).

1944 — Les Horvath, senior, Ohio State, QB, 1945, NOT SELECTED.

1943 — Angelo Bertelli, senior, Notre Dame, QB, Boston, first-1 (30).

1942 — Frank Sinkwich, senior, Georgia, HB, 1943, Detroit, first-1 (30).

1941 — Bruce Smith, senior, Minnesota, HB, 1942, Green Bay, 13th-119 (20).

1940 — Tom Harmon, senior, Michigan, HB, 1941, Chicago Bears, first-1 (20).

1939 — Nile Kinnick, senior, Iowa, HB, 1940, Brooklyn, second-14 (20).

1938 — Davey O’Brien, senior, Texas Christian, QB, 1939, Philadelphia, first-4 (20).

1937 — Clint Frank, senior, Yale, HB, 1938, Detroit, 12th-106 (10).

1936 — Larry Kelley, senior, Yale, E, 1937, Detroit, ninth-87 (10).

1935 — Jay Berwanger, senior, Chicago, HB, 1936, Philadelphia, first-1 (9).

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