1964 draft was one to remember

50 years ago, an amazing 11 future Hall of Famers were selected out of 280 picks

Originally Published: May 1, 2014
By Rich Cimini | ESPNNewYork.com

Paul Warfield sat in his dormitory on the Ohio State campus -- room 910, Park Hall -- listening to news updates for several hours on a transistor radio. Charley Taylor was sleeping in his apartment at Arizona State. Bob Brown was photographed at the Waldorf Astoria hotel on the day he was drafted, although he can't remember why he was in New York when the draft was held in Chicago.

A fuzzy memory is understandable. After all, it was 50 years ago, long before the NFL draft was a "lights, ...

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