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1939 Drafted Running Backs

There were 11 Running Backs drafted in the 1939 NFL draft. The highest drafted RB was Sid Luckman drafted in round 1 out of Columbia by the Chicago Bears. Some of the 1939 drafted Running Backs were Bob MacLeod drafted in round 1 out of Dartmouth by the Brooklyn Dodgers, Walt Nielsen drafted in round 1 out of Arizona by the New York Giants, Larry Buhler drafted in round 1 out of Minnesota by the Green Bay Packers, Parker Hall drafted in round 1 out of Mississippi by the Cleveland Rams, Dick Todd drafted in round 3 out of Texas A&M by the Washington Redskins, Wilbur Moore drafted in round 7 out of Minnesota by the Washington Redskins, Jimmy Johnston drafted in round 8 out of Washington by the Washington Redskins, Lou Tomasetti drafted in round 11 out of Bucknell by the Pittsburgh Pirates and Foster Watkins drafted in round 15 out of West Texas A&M by the Philadelphia Eagles. View all of the Running Backs selected in the 1939 Draft.
1939 Drafted Running Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Larry Buhler   Minnesota   Green Bay Packers
1   Parker Hall   Mississippi   Cleveland Rams
1   Bob MacLeod   Dartmouth   Brooklyn Dodgers
1   Walt Nielsen   Arizona   New York Giants
1   Sid Luckman   Columbia   Chicago Bears
3   Dick Todd   Texas A&M   Washington Redskins
7   Wilbur Moore   Minnesota   Washington Redskins
8   Jimmy Johnston   Washington   Washington Redskins
11   Lou Tomasetti   Bucknell   Pittsburgh Pirates
15   Foster Watkins   West Texas A&M   Philadelphia Eagles
16   Frank Balasz   Iowa   Green Bay Packers
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