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1941 Drafted Defensive Linemen

There were 13 Defensive Linemen drafted in the 1941 NFL draft. The highest drafted DL was Eddie Rucinski drafted in round 4 out of Indiana by the Brooklyn Dodgers. Some of the 1941 drafted Defensive Linemen were Ed Cifers drafted in round 4 out of Tennessee by the Washington Redskins, Don Vosberg drafted in round 5 out of Marquette by the New York Giants, Al Krueger drafted in round 5 out of USC by the Washington Redskins, Red Hickey drafted in round 5 out of Arkansas by the Philadelphia Eagles, John Jett drafted in round 7 out of Wake Forest by the Detroit Lions, Ray Prochaska drafted in round 7 out of Nebraska by the Cleveland Rams, Joe Aguirre drafted in round 9 out of St. Mary's (CA) by the Washington Redskins, Emil Uremovich drafted in round 9 out of Indiana by the Pittsburgh Steelers and Maurice Britt drafted in round 13 out of Arkansas by the Detroit Lions. View all of the Defensive Linemen selected in the 1941 Draft.
1941 Drafted Defensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
4   Eddie Rucinski   Indiana   Brooklyn Dodgers
4   Ed Cifers   Tennessee   Washington Redskins
5   Al Krueger   USC   Washington Redskins
5   Don Vosberg   Marquette   New York Giants
5   Red Hickey   Arkansas   Philadelphia Eagles
7   John Jett   Wake Forest   Detroit Lions
7   Ray Prochaska   Nebraska   Cleveland Rams
9   Joe Aguirre   St. Mary's (CA)   Washington Redskins
9   Emil Uremovich   Indiana   Pittsburgh Steelers
13   Maurice Britt   Arkansas   Detroit Lions
15   Perry Scott   Muhlenberg   Detroit Lions
17   Dave Parker   Hardin-Simmons   Brooklyn Dodgers
17   Kirk Hershey   Cornell   Cleveland Rams
 
 
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