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1949 Drafted Defensive Backs

There were 10 Defensive Backs drafted in the 1949 NFL draft. The highest drafted DB was Bobby Gage drafted in round 1 out of Clemson by the Pittsburgh Steelers. The 1949 drafted Defensive Backs were Harper Davis drafted in round 2 out of Mississippi State by the Pittsburgh Steelers, George Sims drafted in round 2 out of Baylor by the Los Angeles Rams, Frank Ziegler drafted in round 3 out of Georgia Tech by the Philadelphia Eagles, Don Panciera drafted in round 4 out of San Francisco by the Philadelphia Eagles, Jerry Williams drafted in round 7 out of Washington State by the Cleveland Rams, Billy Stone drafted in round 12 out of Bradley by the Chicago Cardinals, Jim Finks drafted in round 12 out of Tulsa by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Ken Kranz drafted in round 20 out of Wis.-Milwaukee by the Green Bay Packers and Clete Fischer drafted in round 21 out of Nebraska by the New York Giants. View all of the Defensive Backs selected in the 1949 Draft.
1949 Drafted Defensive Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Bobby Gage   Clemson   Pittsburgh Steelers
2   Harper Davis   Mississippi State   Pittsburgh Steelers
2   George Sims   Baylor   Los Angeles Rams
3   Frank Ziegler   Georgia Tech   Philadelphia Eagles
4   Don Panciera   San Francisco   Philadelphia Eagles
12   Jim Finks   Tulsa   Pittsburgh Steelers
12   Billy Stone   Bradley   Chicago Cardinals
20   Ken Kranz   Wis.-Milwaukee   Green Bay Packers
21   Clete Fischer   Nebraska   New York Giants
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