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1944 Drafted Defensive Backs

There were 16 Defensive Backs drafted in the 1944 NFL draft. The highest drafted DB was Otto Graham drafted in round 1 out of Northwestern by the Detroit Lions. Some of the 1944 drafted Defensive Backs were Ray Evans drafted in round 1 out of Kansas by the Chicago Bears, Bob Cifers drafted in round 2 out of Tennessee by the Detroit Lions, Babe Dimancheff drafted in round 2 out of Purdue by the Boston Yanks, Abe Croft drafted in round 3 out of Southern Methodist by the Chicago Bears, Jack Morton drafted in round 7 out of Purdue by the Chicago Bears, Red Cochran drafted in round 8 out of Wake Forest, Roy Clay drafted in round 8 out of Colorado State by the New York Giants, Ed Stofko drafted in round 9 out of St. Francis (PA) and Elliott Ormsbee drafted in round 9 out of Bradley by the Philadelphia Eagles. View all of the Defensive Backs selected in the 1944 Draft.
1944 Drafted Defensive Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 4   Otto Graham   Northwestern   Detroit Lions
1 9   Ray Evans   Kansas   Chicago Bears
2 14   Bob Cifers   Tennessee   Detroit Lions
2 27   Babe Dimancheff   Purdue   Boston Yanks
3 40   Abe Croft   Southern Methodist   Chicago Bears
7 84   Jack Morton   Purdue   Chicago Bears
8 66   Red Cochran   Wake Forest   
8 70   Roy Clay   Colorado State   New York Giants
9 85   Ed Stofko   St. Francis (PA)   
9 102   Elliott Ormsbee   Bradley   Philadelphia Eagles
11 101   Paul White   Michigan   Detroit Lions
16 166   Howie Maley   Southern Methodist   Brooklyn Tigers
16 197   Art Faircloth   Guilford   Boston Yanks
18 216   Bob Margarita   Brown   Chicago Bears
19 228   Al Postus   Villanova   Philadelphia Eagles
22 293   Charlie Mitchell   Tulsa   Chicago Bears
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