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1947 Drafted Defensive Linemen

There were 11 Defensive Linemen drafted in the 1947 NFL draft. The highest drafted DL was Frank Wydo drafted in round 3 out of Cornell by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Some of the 1947 drafted Defensive Linemen were Bill Smyth drafted in round 5 out of Penn State by the Los Angeles Rams, George Sullivan drafted in round 6 out of Notre Dame by the Boston Yanks, Allen Smith drafted in round 6 out of Mississippi by the Chicago Bears, Dante Lavelli drafted in round 10 out of Ohio State by the Los Angeles Rams, John Kissell drafted in round 12 out of Boston College by the Los Angeles Rams, Elbie Nickel drafted in round 15 out of Cincinnati by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Ed Champagne drafted in round 16 out of Louisiana State by the Los Angeles Rams, Clarence Esser drafted in round 18 out of Wisconsin by the Chicago Cardinals and Ralph Olsen drafted in round 28 out of Utah by the Green Bay Packers. View all of the Defensive Linemen selected in the 1947 Draft.
1947 Drafted Defensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
3   Frank Wydo   Cornell   Pittsburgh Steelers
5   Bill Smyth   Penn State   Los Angeles Rams
6   George Sullivan   Notre Dame   Boston Yanks
6   Allen Smith   Mississippi   Chicago Bears
10   Dante Lavelli   Ohio State   Los Angeles Rams
12   John Kissell   Boston College   Los Angeles Rams
15   Elbie Nickel   Cincinnati   Pittsburgh Steelers
16   Ed Champagne   Louisiana State   Los Angeles Rams
18   Clarence Esser   Wisconsin   Chicago Cardinals
28   Ralph Olsen   Utah   Green Bay Packers
28   John Prchlik   Yale   Boston Yanks
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