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1943 Drafted Running Backs

There were 16 Running Backs drafted in the 1943 NFL draft. The highest drafted RB was Steve Filipowicz drafted in round 1 out of Fordham by the New York Giants. Some of the 1943 drafted Running Backs were Bob Steuber drafted in round 1 out of DePauw by the Chicago Bears, John Grigas drafted in round 2 out of Holy Cross by the Chicago Cardinals, Bill Dutton drafted in round 2 out of Pittsburgh by the Washington Redskins, Les Horvath drafted in round 6 out of Ohio State, Walt Gorinski drafted in round 17 out of Louisiana State, Chet Maeda drafted in round 18 out of Colorado State by the Detroit Lions, Tony Compagno drafted in round 19 out of St. Mary's (CA), George Smith drafted in round 21 out of Villanova by the Chicago Cardinals and Dave Brown drafted in round 23 out of Alabama by the New York Giants. View all of the Running Backs selected in the 1943 Draft.
1943 Drafted Running Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Steve Filipowicz   Fordham   New York Giants
1   Bob Steuber   DePauw   Chicago Bears
2   Bill Dutton   Pittsburgh   Washington Redskins
2   John Grigas   Holy Cross   Chicago Cardinals
6   Les Horvath   Ohio State   
17   Walt Gorinski   Louisiana State   
18   Chet Maeda   Colorado State   Detroit Lions
19   Tony Compagno   St. Mary's (CA)   
21   George Smith   Villanova   Chicago Cardinals
23   Dave Brown   Alabama   New York Giants
25   Vince Pacewic   San Francisco   Washington Redskins
25   Cal Purdin   Tulsa   Chicago Cardinals
26   Al Drulis   Temple   Chicago Cardinals
26   Art Macioszczyk   Western Michigan   
27   Frank Akins   Washington State   Washington Redskins
29   Ken Roskie   South Carolina   Green Bay Packers
 
 
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