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1941 Drafted Linebackers

There were 9 Linebackers drafted in the 1941 NFL draft. The highest drafted LB was Rudy Mucha drafted in round 1 out of Washington by the Cleveland Rams. The 1941 drafted Linebackers were Augie Lio drafted in round 4 out of Georgetown by the Detroit Lions, Ray Apolskis drafted in round 5 out of Marquette by the Chicago Cardinals, Robert Nelson drafted in round 5 out of Baylor by the Detroit Lions, Len Younce drafted in round 6 out of Oregon State by the New York Giants, John Patrick drafted in round 10 out of Penn State by the Philadelphia Eagles, George Kinard drafted in round 11 out of Mississippi by the Brooklyn Dodgers, Joe Lokanc drafted in round 14 out of Northwestern by the Chicago Cardinals and Warren Alfson drafted in round 14 out of Nebraska by the Brooklyn Dodgers. View all of the Linebackers selected in the 1941 Draft.
1941 Drafted Linebackers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Rudy Mucha   Washington   Cleveland Rams
4   Augie Lio   Georgetown   Detroit Lions
5   Ray Apolskis   Marquette   Chicago Cardinals
5   Robert Nelson   Baylor   Detroit Lions
6   Len Younce   Oregon State   New York Giants
10   John Patrick   Penn State   Philadelphia Eagles
11   George Kinard   Mississippi   Brooklyn Dodgers
14   Warren Alfson   Nebraska   Brooklyn Dodgers
14   Joe Lokanc   Northwestern   Chicago Cardinals
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