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1936 Drafted Offensive Linemen

There were 8 Offensive Linemen drafted in the 1936 NFL draft. The highest drafted OL was Russ Letlow drafted in round 1 out of San Francisco by the Green Bay Packers. The 1936 drafted Offensive Linemen were Art Lewis drafted in round 1 out of Ohio U. by the New York Giants, Joe Stydahar drafted in round 1 out of West Virginia by the Chicago Bears, Sid Wagner drafted in round 1 out of Michigan State by the Detroit Lions, Eddie Michaels drafted in round 2 out of Villanova by the Chicago Bears, Vern Oech drafted in round 5 out of Minnesota by the Chicago Bears, Bob Reynolds drafted in round 6 out of Stanford by the Green Bay Packers and Ed Karpowich drafted in round 8 out of Catholic by the Pittsburgh Pirates. View all of the Offensive Linemen selected in the 1936 Draft.
1936 Drafted Offensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Russ Letlow   San Francisco   Green Bay Packers
1   Joe Stydahar   West Virginia   Chicago Bears
1   Sid Wagner   Michigan State   Detroit Lions
1   Art Lewis   Ohio U.   New York Giants
2   Eddie Michaels   Villanova   Chicago Bears
5   Vern Oech   Minnesota   Chicago Bears
6   Bob Reynolds   Stanford   Green Bay Packers
8   Ed Karpowich   Catholic   Pittsburgh Pirates
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