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Offensive Lineman

1937 Drafted Offensive Linemen

There were 13 Offensive Linemen drafted in the 1937 NFL draft. The highest drafted OL was Ed Widseth drafted in round 1 out of Minnesota by the New York Giants. Some of the 1937 drafted Offensive Linemen were Tarzan White drafted in round 2 out of Alabama by the New York Giants, Ave Daniell drafted in round 2 out of Pittsburgh by the Green Bay Packers, Drew Ellis drafted in round 3 out of Texas Christian by the Philadelphia Eagles, Jerry Dennerlein drafted in round 3 out of St. Mary's (CA) by the New York Giants, Dick Plasman drafted in round 3 out of Vanderbilt by the Chicago Bears, Johnny Wiatrak drafted in round 4 out of Washington by the Cleveland Rams, Bill Conkright drafted in round 5 out of Oklahoma by the Chicago Bears, Chuck Bond drafted in round 5 out of Washington by the Washington Redskins and John Golemgeske drafted in round 6 out of Wisconsin by the Brooklyn Dodgers. View all of the Offensive Linemen selected in the 1937 Draft.
1937 Drafted Offensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Ed Widseth   Minnesota   New York Giants
2   Ave Daniell   Pittsburgh   Green Bay Packers
2   Tarzan White   Alabama   New York Giants
3   Jerry Dennerlein   St. Mary's (CA)   New York Giants
3   Dick Plasman   Vanderbilt   Chicago Bears
3   Drew Ellis   Texas Christian   Philadelphia Eagles
4   Johnny Wiatrak   Washington   Cleveland Rams
5   Bill Conkright   Oklahoma   Chicago Bears
5   Chuck Bond   Washington   Washington Redskins
6   John Golemgeske   Wisconsin   Brooklyn Dodgers
6   Del Bjork   Oregon   Chicago Bears
8   John Reynolds   Baylor   Chicago Cardinals
10   Kay Bell   Washington State   Detroit Lions
 
 
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