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1940 Drafted Running Backs

There were 11 Running Backs drafted in the 1940 NFL draft. The highest drafted RB was George McAfee drafted in round 1 out of Duke by the Philadelphia Eagles. Some of the 1940 drafted Running Backs were Lou Brock drafted in round 2 out of Purdue by the Green Bay Packers, Merl Condit drafted in round 2 out of Carnegie Mellon by the Cleveland Rams, Rhoten Shetley drafted in round 3 out of Furman by the Brooklyn Dodgers, George Kiick drafted in round 3 out of Bucknell by the Pittsburgh Pirates, Marty Christiansen drafted in round 5 out of Minnesota by the Chicago Cardinals, Jim Fordham drafted in round 6 out of Georgia by the Chicago Bears, Dom Principe drafted in round 7 out of Fordham by the New York Giants, Frank Zadworney drafted in round 8 out of Ohio State by the Brooklyn Dodgers and John Noppenberg drafted in round 13 out of Miami (Fla.) by the Pittsburgh Pirates. View all of the Running Backs selected in the 1940 Draft.
1940 Drafted Running Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   George McAfee   Duke   Philadelphia Eagles
2   Lou Brock   Purdue   Green Bay Packers
2   Merl Condit   Carnegie Mellon   Cleveland Rams
3   George Kiick   Bucknell   Pittsburgh Pirates
3   Rhoten Shetley   Furman   Brooklyn Dodgers
5   Marty Christiansen   Minnesota   Chicago Cardinals
6   Jim Fordham   Georgia   Chicago Bears
7   Dom Principe   Fordham   New York Giants
8   Frank Zadworney   Ohio State   Brooklyn Dodgers
13   John Noppenberg   Miami (Fla.)   Pittsburgh Pirates
19   Dante Magnani   St. Mary's (CA)   Cleveland Rams
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