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1949 Drafted Linebackers

There were 11 Linebackers drafted in the 1949 NFL draft. The highest drafted LB was Rob Goode drafted in round 1 out of Texas A&M by the Washington Redskins. Some of the 1949 drafted Linebackers were Len Szafaryn drafted in round 3 out of North Carolina by the Washington Redskins, Bob Summerhays drafted in round 4 out of Utah by the Green Bay Packers, Mike Boyda drafted in round 5 out of Washington & Lee by the New York Bulldogs, Pete Wissman drafted in round 7 out of St. Louis by the New York Bulldogs, Jon Baker drafted in round 7 out of California by the Los Angeles Rams, Bones Weatherly drafted in round 8 out of Rice by the Chicago Bears, Hal Herring drafted in round 9 out of Auburn by the Chicago Cardinals, Vic Vasicek drafted in round 10 out of Texas by the Washington Redskins and Ed Henke drafted in round 13 out of USC by the Washington Redskins. View all of the Linebackers selected in the 1949 Draft.
1949 Drafted Linebackers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Rob Goode   Texas A&M   Washington Redskins
3   Len Szafaryn   North Carolina   Washington Redskins
4   Bob Summerhays   Utah   Green Bay Packers
5   Mike Boyda   Washington & Lee   New York Bulldogs
7   Pete Wissman   St. Louis   New York Bulldogs
7   Jon Baker   California   Los Angeles Rams
8   Bones Weatherly   Rice   Chicago Bears
9   Hal Herring   Auburn   Chicago Cardinals
10   Vic Vasicek   Texas   Washington Redskins
13   Ed Henke   USC   Washington Redskins
17   Herb Siegert   Illinois   Washington Redskins
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