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Defensive Lineman

1944 Drafted Defensive Linemen

There were 15 Defensive Linemen drafted in the 1944 NFL draft. The highest drafted DL was Rudy Smeja drafted in round 2 out of Michigan by the Chicago Bears. Some of the 1944 drafted Defensive Linemen were Ralph Heywood drafted in round 3 out of USC by the Detroit Lions, Joe Parker drafted in round 3 out of Texas by the Philadelphia Eagles, John Greene drafted in round 5 out of Michigan by the Detroit Lions, John Sanchez drafted in round 9 out of San Francisco by the New York Giants, Val Jansante drafted in round 10 out of Villanova, Ed Fiorentino drafted in round 10 out of Brown by the Boston Yanks, Jim Tyree drafted in round 12 out of Oklahoma by the Brooklyn Tigers, Sam Gray drafted in round 12 out of Tulsa and Ray Poole drafted in round 13 out of Mississippi by the New York Giants. View all of the Defensive Linemen selected in the 1944 Draft.
1944 Drafted Defensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
2 24   Rudy Smeja   Michigan   Chicago Bears
3 19   Ralph Heywood   USC   Detroit Lions
3 36   Joe Parker   Texas   Philadelphia Eagles
5 35   John Greene   Michigan   Detroit Lions
9 81   John Sanchez   San Francisco   New York Giants
10 91   Val Jansante   Villanova   
10 120   Ed Fiorentino   Brown   Boston Yanks
12 111   Jim Tyree   Oklahoma   Brooklyn Tigers
12 113   Sam Gray   Tulsa   
13 125   Ray Poole   Mississippi   New York Giants
13 152   Frank Hubbell   Tennessee   Cleveland Rams
14 162   John Green   Tulsa   Philadelphia Eagles
15 147   Ollie Poole   Mississippi   New York Giants
16 167   Jack Helms   Georgia Tech   Detroit Lions
17 176   Walt Szot   Bucknell   
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