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1939 Drafted Defensive Backs

There were 10 Defensive Backs drafted in the 1939 NFL draft. The highest drafted DB was Johnny Pingel drafted in round 1 out of Michigan State by the Detroit Lions. The 1939 drafted Defensive Backs were Chuck Newton drafted in round 2 out of Washington by the Philadelphia Eagles, Marshall Goldberg drafted in round 2 out of Pittsburgh by the Chicago Cardinals, Ernie Wheeler drafted in round 5 out of North Dakota State by the Pittsburgh Pirates, Len Janiak drafted in round 6 out of Ohio U. by the Brooklyn Dodgers, Johnny Hall drafted in round 7 out of Texas Christian by the Green Bay Packers, Jimmy German drafted in round 9 out of Centre by the Washington Redskins, Bill Lazetich drafted in round 14 out of Montana by the Detroit Lions, Ray Carnelly drafted in round 14 out of Carnegie Mellon by the Brooklyn Dodgers and Mario Tonelli drafted in round 19 out of Notre Dame by the New York Giants. View all of the Defensive Backs selected in the 1939 Draft.
1939 Drafted Defensive Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Johnny Pingel   Michigan State   Detroit Lions
2   Chuck Newton   Washington   Philadelphia Eagles
2   Marshall Goldberg   Pittsburgh   Chicago Cardinals
5   Ernie Wheeler   North Dakota State   Pittsburgh Pirates
6   Len Janiak   Ohio U.   Brooklyn Dodgers
7   Johnny Hall   Texas Christian   Green Bay Packers
9   Jimmy German   Centre   Washington Redskins
14   Ray Carnelly   Carnegie Mellon   Brooklyn Dodgers
14   Bill Lazetich   Montana   Detroit Lions
19   Mario Tonelli   Notre Dame   New York Giants
 
 
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