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Defensive Lineman

1945 Drafted Defensive Linemen

There were 10 Defensive Linemen drafted in the 1945 NFL draft. The highest drafted DL was Crazy Legs Hirsch drafted in round 1 out of Michigan by the Cleveland Rams. The 1945 drafted Defensive Linemen were Pete Pihos drafted in round 3 out of Indiana by the Philadelphia Eagles, Don Wells drafted in round 4 out of Georgia by the Green Bay Packers, Jack Zilly drafted in round 4 out of Notre Dame by the Cleveland Rams, Charley Mehelich drafted in round 5 out of Duquesne by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Gregg Browning drafted in round 6 out of Denver by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Paul McKee drafted in round 9 out of Syracuse by the Washington Redskins, Jim Keane drafted in round 14 out of Northwestern by the Chicago Bears, Arnie Weinmeister drafted in round 15 out of Washington and Nolan Luhn drafted in round 21 out of Tulsa by the Green Bay Packers. View all of the Defensive Linemen selected in the 1945 Draft.
1945 Drafted Defensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Crazy Legs Hirsch   Michigan   Cleveland Rams
3   Pete Pihos   Indiana   Philadelphia Eagles
4   Don Wells   Georgia   Green Bay Packers
4   Jack Zilly   Notre Dame   Cleveland Rams
5   Charley Mehelich   Duquesne   Pittsburgh Steelers
6   Gregg Browning   Denver   Pittsburgh Steelers
9   Paul McKee   Syracuse   Washington Redskins
14   Jim Keane   Northwestern   Chicago Bears
15   Arnie Weinmeister   Washington   
21   Nolan Luhn   Tulsa   Green Bay Packers
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