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1942 Drafted Running Backs

There were 12 Running Backs drafted in the 1942 NFL draft. The highest drafted RB was Steve Lach drafted in round 1 out of Duke by the Chicago Cardinals. Some of the 1942 drafted Running Backs were Merle Hapes drafted in round 1 out of Mississippi by the New York Giants, Bobby Robertson drafted in round 1 out of St. Mary's (CA) by the Brooklyn Dodgers, Bob Westfall drafted in round 1 out of Michigan by the Detroit Lions, Jack Wilson drafted in round 1 out of Baylor by the Cleveland Rams, Frank Maznicki drafted in round 6 out of Boston College by the Chicago Bears, John Petty drafted in round 7 out of Purdue by the Chicago Bears, Johnny Butler drafted in round 7 out of Tennessee by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Jack Stackpool drafted in round 10 out of Washington by the Philadelphia Eagles and John Polanski drafted in round 11 out of Wake Forest by the Detroit Lions. View all of the Running Backs selected in the 1942 Draft.
1942 Drafted Running Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Merle Hapes   Mississippi   New York Giants
1   Bobby Robertson   St. Mary's (CA)   Brooklyn Dodgers
1   Jack Wilson   Baylor   Cleveland Rams
1   Bob Westfall   Michigan   Detroit Lions
1   Steve Lach   Duke   Chicago Cardinals
6   Frank Maznicki   Boston College   Chicago Bears
7   Johnny Butler   Tennessee   Pittsburgh Steelers
7   John Petty   Purdue   Chicago Bears
10   Jack Stackpool   Washington   Philadelphia Eagles
11   John Polanski   Wake Forest   Detroit Lions
16   Junie Hovious   Mississippi   New York Giants
19   Adolph Kissell   Boston College   Chicago Bears
 
 
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