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1945 Drafted Defensive Backs

There were 11 Defensive Backs drafted in the 1945 NFL draft. The highest drafted DB was Paul Duhart drafted in round 1 out of Florida by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Some of the 1945 drafted Defensive Backs were Clyde Goodnight drafted in round 2 out of Tulsa by the Green Bay Packers, John North drafted in round 4 out of Vanderbilt by the Washington Redskins, Jack Mead drafted in round 5 out of Wisconsin by the New York Giants, Jim Mello drafted in round 6 out of Notre Dame by the Boston Yanks, Gerry Cowhig drafted in round 6 out of Notre Dame by the Cleveland Rams, Jackie Lowther drafted in round 6 out of Detroit by the Detroit Lions, Paul Walker drafted in round 7 out of Yale by the Detroit Lions, Leon Pense drafted in round 8 out of Arkansas by the Pittsburgh Steelers and Bob Livingstone drafted in round 18 out of Notre Dame by the Chicago Bears. View all of the Defensive Backs selected in the 1945 Draft.
1945 Drafted Defensive Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Paul Duhart   Florida   Pittsburgh Steelers
2   Clyde Goodnight   Tulsa   Green Bay Packers
4   John North   Vanderbilt   Washington Redskins
5   Jack Mead   Wisconsin   New York Giants
6   Gerry Cowhig   Notre Dame   Cleveland Rams
6   Jackie Lowther   Detroit   Detroit Lions
6   Jim Mello   Notre Dame   Boston Yanks
7   Paul Walker   Yale   Detroit Lions
8   Leon Pense   Arkansas   Pittsburgh Steelers
18   Bob Livingstone   Notre Dame   Chicago Bears
19   Norman Mosley   Alabama   Philadelphia Eagles
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