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Defensive Lineman

1939 Drafted Defensive Linemen

There were 10 Defensive Linemen drafted in the 1939 NFL draft. The highest drafted DL was Waddy Young drafted in round 3 out of Oklahoma by the Brooklyn Dodgers. The 1939 drafted Defensive Linemen were Joe Wendlick drafted in round 4 out of Oregon State by the Detroit Lions, Bill Dewell drafted in round 4 out of Southern Methodist by the Philadelphia Eagles, Bill Daddio drafted in round 5 out of Pittsburgh by the Chicago Cardinals, Charles Heileman drafted in round 5 out of Iowa State by the Chicago Bears, Sam Boyd drafted in round 6 out of Baylor by the Pittsburgh Pirates, Rankin Britt drafted in round 9 out of Texas A&M by the Philadelphia Eagles, George Lenc drafted in round 11 out of Augustana (Ill.) by the Brooklyn Dodgers, Joel Hitt drafted in round 13 out of Mississippi College by the Cleveland Rams and Charlie Gainor drafted in round 18 out of North Dakota by the Philadelphia Eagles. View all of the Defensive Linemen selected in the 1939 Draft.
1939 Drafted Defensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
3   Waddy Young   Oklahoma   Brooklyn Dodgers
4   Bill Dewell   Southern Methodist   Philadelphia Eagles
4   Joe Wendlick   Oregon State   Detroit Lions
5   Charles Heileman   Iowa State   Chicago Bears
5   Bill Daddio   Pittsburgh   Chicago Cardinals
6   Sam Boyd   Baylor   Pittsburgh Pirates
9   Rankin Britt   Texas A&M   Philadelphia Eagles
11   George Lenc   Augustana (Ill.)   Brooklyn Dodgers
13   Joel Hitt   Mississippi College   Cleveland Rams
18   Charlie Gainor   North Dakota   Philadelphia Eagles
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