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1946 Drafted Offensive Linemen

There were 11 Offensive Linemen drafted in the 1946 NFL draft. The highest drafted OL was Elmer Jones drafted in round 2 out of Wake Forest by the New York Giants. Some of the 1946 drafted Offensive Linemen were Russ Thomas drafted in round 2 out of Ohio State by the Detroit Lions, Bob McClure drafted in round 3 out of Nevada-Reno by the Boston Yanks, Don Paul drafted in round 3 out of UCLA by the Los Angeles Rams, Hamilton Nichols drafted in round 4 out of Rice by the Chicago Cardinals, Jake Colhouer drafted in round 7 out of Oklahoma State by the Chicago Cardinals, Dick Loepfe drafted in round 9 out of Wisconsin by the Chicago Cardinals, Jack Simmons drafted in round 13 out of Detroit by the Detroit Lions, Howie Brown drafted in round 13 out of Indiana by the Green Bay Packers and Ed Stacco drafted in round 14 out of Colgate by the Detroit Lions. View all of the Offensive Linemen selected in the 1946 Draft.
1946 Drafted Offensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
2   Elmer Jones   Wake Forest   New York Giants
2   Russ Thomas   Ohio State   Detroit Lions
3   Bob McClure   Nevada-Reno   Boston Yanks
3   Don Paul   UCLA   Los Angeles Rams
4   Hamilton Nichols   Rice   Chicago Cardinals
7   Jake Colhouer   Oklahoma State   Chicago Cardinals
9   Dick Loepfe   Wisconsin   Chicago Cardinals
13   Howie Brown   Indiana   Green Bay Packers
13   Jack Simmons   Detroit   Detroit Lions
14   Ed Stacco   Colgate   Detroit Lions
17   Al Sparlis   UCLA   Green Bay Packers
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