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Defensive Lineman

1940 Drafted Defensive Linemen

There were 13 Defensive Linemen drafted in the 1940 NFL draft. The highest drafted DL was Bill Fisk drafted in round 2 out of USC by the Detroit Lions. Some of the 1940 drafted Defensive Linemen were Ken Kavanaugh drafted in round 2 out of Louisiana State by the Chicago Bears, Ralph Wenzel drafted in round 2 out of Tulane by the Pittsburgh Pirates, Bill Bailey drafted in round 4 out of Duke by the Brooklyn Dodgers, Bob Winslow drafted in round 5 out of USC by the Detroit Lions, Bob Nowaskey drafted in round 7 out of George Washington by the Cleveland Rams, Hamp Pool drafted in round 7 out of Stanford by the Chicago Bears, Don Looney drafted in round 8 out of Texas Christian by the Philadelphia Eagles, Stan Andersen drafted in round 12 out of Stanford by the Chicago Cardinals and Stillman Rouse drafted in round 13 out of Missouri by the Detroit Lions. View all of the Defensive Linemen selected in the 1940 Draft.
1940 Drafted Defensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
2   Bill Fisk   USC   Detroit Lions
2   Ralph Wenzel   Tulane   Pittsburgh Pirates
2   Ken Kavanaugh   Louisiana State   Chicago Bears
4   Bill Bailey   Duke   Brooklyn Dodgers
5   Bob Winslow   USC   Detroit Lions
7   Hamp Pool   Stanford   Chicago Bears
7   Bob Nowaskey   George Washington   Cleveland Rams
8   Don Looney   Texas Christian   Philadelphia Eagles
12   Stan Andersen   Stanford   Chicago Cardinals
13   Sandy Sanford   Alabama   Washington Redskins
13   Stillman Rouse   Missouri   Detroit Lions
14   Bolo Perdue   Duke   Washington Redskins
20   Walt Kichefski   Miami (Fla.)   Chicago Bears
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