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1947 Drafted Running Backs

There were 15 Running Backs drafted in the 1947 NFL draft. The highest drafted RB was Glenn Davis drafted in round 1 out of Army by the Detroit Lions. Some of the 1947 drafted Running Backs were Don Kindt drafted in round 1 out of Wisconsin by the Chicago Bears, Vic Schwall drafted in round 1 out of Northwestern by the New York Giants, Frank Minini drafted in round 2 out of San Jose State by the Chicago Bears, Jim Canady drafted in round 3 out of Texas by the Chicago Bears, Frank Muehlheuser drafted in round 6 out of Colgate by the New York Giants, Jerry Shipkey drafted in round 6 out of UCLA by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Robert Hazelhurst drafted in round 10 out of Denver by the Boston Yanks, Hardy Brown drafted in round 10 out of Tulsa by the New York Giants and Bob Sullivan drafted in round 13 out of Iowa by the Boston Yanks. View all of the Running Backs selected in the 1947 Draft.
1947 Drafted Running Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Don Kindt   Wisconsin   Chicago Bears
1   Glenn Davis   Army   Detroit Lions
1   Vic Schwall   Northwestern   New York Giants
2   Frank Minini   San Jose State   Chicago Bears
3   Jim Canady   Texas   Chicago Bears
6   Jerry Shipkey   UCLA   Pittsburgh Steelers
6   Frank Muehlheuser   Colgate   New York Giants
10   Robert Hazelhurst   Denver   Boston Yanks
10   Hardy Brown   Tulsa   New York Giants
13   Bob Sullivan   Iowa   Boston Yanks
14   Charles Smith   Georgia   Chicago Cardinals
21   Al Lawler   Texas   Chicago Bears
22   Bob Smith   Iowa   Washington Redskins
23   Tom Kalmanir   Nevada-Reno   Pittsburgh Steelers
26   Bill Hillman   Tennessee   Detroit Lions
 
 
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