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1941 Drafted Running Backs

There were 16 Running Backs drafted in the 1941 NFL draft. The highest drafted RB was George Franck drafted in round 1 out of Minnesota by the New York Giants. Some of the 1941 drafted Running Backs were George Paskvan drafted in round 1 out of Wisconsin by the Green Bay Packers, Tommy Harmon drafted in round 1 out of Michigan by the Chicago Bears, Norm Standlee drafted in round 2 out of Stanford by the Chicago Bears, Harry Hopp drafted in round 3 out of Nebraska by the Detroit Lions, Herm Rohrig drafted in round 4 out of Nebraska by the Green Bay Packers, Jack Banta drafted in round 10 out of USC by the Washington Redskins, Joe Hoague drafted in round 11 out of Colgate by the Philadelphia Eagles, Milt Piepul drafted in round 11 out of Notre Dame by the Detroit Lions and Bob Morrow drafted in round 14 out of Illinois Wesleyan by the Chicago Bears. View all of the Running Backs selected in the 1941 Draft.
1941 Drafted Running Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 1   Tommy Harmon   Michigan   Chicago Bears
1   George Franck   Minnesota   New York Giants
1   George Paskvan   Wisconsin   Green Bay Packers
2   Norm Standlee   Stanford   Chicago Bears
3   Harry Hopp   Nebraska   Detroit Lions
4   Herm Rohrig   Nebraska   Green Bay Packers
10   Jack Banta   USC   Washington Redskins
11   Joe Hoague   Colgate   Philadelphia Eagles
11   Milt Piepul   Notre Dame   Detroit Lions
14   Bob Morrow   Illinois Wesleyan   Chicago Bears
15   Terry Fox   Miami (Fla.)   Pittsburgh Steelers
16   Joe Osmanski   Holy Cross   Washington Redskins
18   Jimmy Strausbaugh   Ohio State   Green Bay Packers
19   Jim Castiglia   Georgetown   Pittsburgh Steelers
20   Lee Gentry   Tulsa   Washington Redskins
20   Mort Landsberg   Cornell   Pittsburgh Steelers
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