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Defensive Lineman

1943 Drafted Defensive Linemen

There were 14 Defensive Linemen drafted in the 1943 NFL draft. The highest drafted DL was Dick Wildung drafted in round 1 out of Minnesota by the Green Bay Packers. Some of the 1943 drafted Defensive Linemen were Bob Dove drafted in round 3 out of Notre Dame by the Washington Redskins, Al Hust drafted in round 4 out of Tennessee by the Chicago Cardinals, Derrell Palmer drafted in round 4 out of Texas Christian by the Chicago Bears, Lou Rymkus drafted in round 5 out of Notre Dame by the Washington Redskins, Alyn Beals drafted in round 6 out of Santa Clara by the Chicago Bears, Walt Lamb drafted in round 8 out of Oklahoma by the Chicago Bears, Don McCafferty drafted in round 11 out of Ohio State by the New York Giants, George Weeks drafted in round 14 out of Alabama and Hank Norberg drafted in round 16 out of Stanford by the Chicago Bears. View all of the Defensive Linemen selected in the 1943 Draft.
1943 Drafted Defensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Dick Wildung   Minnesota   Green Bay Packers
3   Bob Dove   Notre Dame   Washington Redskins
4   Derrell Palmer   Texas Christian   Chicago Bears
4   Al Hust   Tennessee   Chicago Cardinals
5   Lou Rymkus   Notre Dame   Washington Redskins
6   Alyn Beals   Santa Clara   Chicago Bears
8   Walt Lamb   Oklahoma   Chicago Bears
11   Don McCafferty   Ohio State   New York Giants
14   George Weeks   Alabama   
16   Hank Norberg   Stanford   Chicago Bears
19   Bert Kuczynski   Pennsylvania   Detroit Lions
22   Harry Wynne   Arkansas   
27   Steve Pritko   Villanova   
28   Floyd Konetsky   Florida   
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