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1937 Drafted Defensive Backs

There were 11 Defensive Backs drafted in the 1937 NFL draft. The highest drafted DB was Ed Goddard drafted in round 1 out of Washington State by the Brooklyn Dodgers. Some of the 1937 drafted Defensive Backs were Ray Buivid drafted in round 1 out of Marquette by the Chicago Cardinals, Sam Francis drafted in round 1 out of Nebraska by the Philadelphia Eagles, Julie Alfonse drafted in round 2 out of Minnesota by the Cleveland Rams, Franny Murray drafted in round 2 out of Pennsylvania by the Philadelphia Eagles, Vern Huffman drafted in round 3 out of Indiana by the Detroit Lions, Ward Cuff drafted in round 4 out of Marquette by the New York Giants, Mickey Kobrosky drafted in round 5 out of Trinity (Conn.) by the New York Giants, By Haines drafted in round 7 out of Washington by the Pittsburgh Pirates and Ray Johnson drafted in round 9 out of Denver by the Cleveland Rams. View all of the Defensive Backs selected in the 1937 Draft.
1937 Drafted Defensive Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 1   Sam Francis   Nebraska   Philadelphia Eagles
1   Ray Buivid   Marquette   Chicago Cardinals
1   Ed Goddard   Washington State   Brooklyn Dodgers
2   Julie Alfonse   Minnesota   Cleveland Rams
2   Franny Murray   Pennsylvania   Philadelphia Eagles
3   Vern Huffman   Indiana   Detroit Lions
4   Ward Cuff   Marquette   New York Giants
5   Mickey Kobrosky   Trinity (Conn.)   New York Giants
7   By Haines   Washington   Pittsburgh Pirates
9   Ray Johnson   Denver   Cleveland Rams
10   Chuck Gelatka   Mississippi State   New York Giants
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