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1938 Drafted Defensive Backs

There were 15 Defensive Backs drafted in the 1938 NFL draft. The highest drafted DB was Andy Farkas drafted in round 1 out of Detroit by the Washington Redskins. Some of the 1938 drafted Defensive Backs were Frank Filchock drafted in round 1 out of Indiana by the Pittsburgh Pirates, Cecil Isbell drafted in round 1 out of Purdue by the Green Bay Packers, Jim McDonald drafted in round 1 out of Ohio State by the Philadelphia Eagles, Milt Popovich drafted in round 1 out of Montana by the Chicago Cardinals, Jack Robbins drafted in round 1 out of Arkansas by the Chicago Cardinals, Whizzer White drafted in round 1 out of Colorado by the Pittsburgh Pirates, Red Wolfe drafted in round 2 out of Texas by the Pittsburgh Pirates, Frank Patrick drafted in round 2 out of Pittsburgh by the Chicago Cardinals and Ed Cherry drafted in round 5 out of Hardin-Simmons by the Chicago Cardinals. View all of the Defensive Backs selected in the 1938 Draft.
1938 Drafted Defensive Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Frank Filchock   Indiana   Pittsburgh Pirates
1   Andy Farkas   Detroit   Washington Redskins
1   Jim McDonald   Ohio State   Philadelphia Eagles
1   Cecil Isbell   Purdue   Green Bay Packers
1   Jack Robbins   Arkansas   Chicago Cardinals
1   Whizzer White   Colorado   Pittsburgh Pirates
1   Milt Popovich   Montana   Chicago Cardinals
2   Red Wolfe   Texas   Pittsburgh Pirates
2   Frank Patrick   Pittsburgh   Chicago Cardinals
5   Ed Cherry   Hardin-Simmons   Chicago Cardinals
5   Kelly Moan   West Virginia   New York Giants
6   Dick Nardi   Ohio State   Detroit Lions
7   Paul McDonough   Utah   Pittsburgh Pirates
8   Dwight Sloan   Arkansas   Chicago Cardinals
10   Vic Spadaccini   Minnesota   Cleveland Rams
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