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1942 Drafted Linebackers

There were 10 Linebackers drafted in the 1942 NFL draft. The highest drafted LB was Vic Lindskog drafted in round 2 out of Stanford by the Philadelphia Eagles. The 1942 drafted Linebackers were Vern Martin drafted in round 2 out of Texas by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Rufus Deal drafted in round 2 out of Auburn by the Washington Redskins, Ted Williams drafted in round 3 out of Boston College by the Philadelphia Eagles, Gordon Paschka drafted in round 4 out of Minnesota by the Philadelphia Eagles, Bob Gifford drafted in round 7 out of Denver by the Brooklyn Dodgers, Bob deLauer drafted in round 10 out of USC by the Cleveland Rams, Marv Whited drafted in round 13 out of Oklahoma by the Washington Redskins, Tony Arena drafted in round 13 out of Michigan State by the Detroit Lions and Hubbard Law drafted in round 15 out of Sam Houston State by the Pittsburgh Steelers. View all of the Linebackers selected in the 1942 Draft.
1942 Drafted Linebackers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
2   Rufus Deal   Auburn   Washington Redskins
2   Vern Martin   Texas   Pittsburgh Steelers
2   Vic Lindskog   Stanford   Philadelphia Eagles
3   Ted Williams   Boston College   Philadelphia Eagles
4   Gordon Paschka   Minnesota   Philadelphia Eagles
7   Bob Gifford   Denver   Brooklyn Dodgers
10   Bob deLauer   USC   Cleveland Rams
13   Tony Arena   Michigan State   Detroit Lions
13   Marv Whited   Oklahoma   Washington Redskins
15   Hubbard Law   Sam Houston State   Pittsburgh Steelers
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