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1948 Drafted Defensive Backs

There were 15 Defensive Backs drafted in the 1948 NFL draft. The highest drafted DB was Skippy Minisi drafted in round 1 out of Pennsylvania by the New York Giants. Some of the 1948 drafted Defensive Backs were Clyde Scott drafted in round 1 out of Arkansas by the Philadelphia Eagles, Harry Gilmer drafted in round 1 out of Alabama by the Washington Redskins, Jerry Nuzum drafted in round 2 out of New Mexico State by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Tom Keane drafted in round 2 out of West Virginia by the Los Angeles Rams, Joe Gasparella drafted in round 4 out of Notre Dame by the Pittsburgh Steelers, George Grimes drafted in round 4 out of Virginia by the Los Angeles Rams, Don Doll drafted in round 9 out of USC by the Detroit Lions, George Papach drafted in round 10 out of Purdue by the Pittsburgh Steelers and Bob Hanlon drafted in round 12 out of Loras by the Chicago Cardinals. View all of the Defensive Backs selected in the 1948 Draft.
1948 Drafted Defensive Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 1   Harry Gilmer   Alabama   Washington Redskins
1   Skippy Minisi   Pennsylvania   New York Giants
1   Clyde Scott   Arkansas   Philadelphia Eagles
2   Jerry Nuzum   New Mexico State   Pittsburgh Steelers
2   Tom Keane   West Virginia   Los Angeles Rams
4   Joe Gasparella   Notre Dame   Pittsburgh Steelers
4   George Grimes   Virginia   Los Angeles Rams
9   Don Doll   USC   Detroit Lions
10   George Papach   Purdue   Pittsburgh Steelers
12   Bob Hanlon   Loras   Chicago Cardinals
12   Fred Provo   Washington   Green Bay Packers
20   J.R. Boone   Tulsa   Chicago Bears
23   Jim Parmer   Oklahoma State   Philadelphia Eagles
23   Rebel Steiner   Alabama   Detroit Lions
30   Ralph Earhart   Texas Tech   Green Bay Packers
 
 
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