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1938 Drafted Defensive Linemen

There were 12 Defensive Linemen drafted in the 1938 NFL draft. The highest drafted DL was Jim Benton drafted in round 1 out of Arkansas by the Cleveland Rams. Some of the 1938 drafted Defensive Linemen were Perry Schwartz drafted in round 4 out of California by the Brooklyn Dodgers, Frank Souchak drafted in round 4 out of Pittsburgh by the New York Giants, Ray Hamilton drafted in round 4 out of Arkansas by the Cleveland Rams, Bob Masterson drafted in round 4 out of Miami (Fla.) by the Chicago Bears, George Platukis drafted in round 4 out of Duquesne by the Pittsburgh Pirates, Red Ramsey drafted in round 4 out of Texas Tech by the Philadelphia Eagles, Johnny Kovatch drafted in round 5 out of Northwestern by the Green Bay Packers, Elmer Kolberg drafted in round 7 out of Oregon State by the Philadelphia Eagles and Doug Oldershaw drafted in round 9 out of California-Santa Barbara by the New York Giants. View all of the Defensive Linemen selected in the 1938 Draft.
1938 Drafted Defensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Jim Benton   Arkansas   Cleveland Rams
4   Ray Hamilton   Arkansas   Cleveland Rams
4   Bob Masterson   Miami (Fla.)   Chicago Bears
4   Frank Souchak   Pittsburgh   New York Giants
4   Perry Schwartz   California   Brooklyn Dodgers
4   Red Ramsey   Texas Tech   Philadelphia Eagles
4   George Platukis   Duquesne   Pittsburgh Pirates
5   Johnny Kovatch   Northwestern   Green Bay Packers
7   Elmer Kolberg   Oregon State   Philadelphia Eagles
9   Johnny Druze   Fordham   Brooklyn Dodgers
9   Doug Oldershaw   California-Santa Barbara   New York Giants
10   Ferd Dreher   Denver   Chicago Bears
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