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1950 Drafted Defensive Backs

There were 10 Defensive Backs drafted in the 1950 NFL draft. The highest drafted DB was Hall Haynes drafted in round 2 out of Santa Clara by the Washington Redskins. The 1950 drafted Defensive Backs were Don Paul drafted in round 4 out of Washington State by the Chicago Cardinals, Dick McKissack drafted in round 5 out of Southern Methodist by the Los Angeles Rams, Herb Rich drafted in round 6 out of Vanderbilt by the Baltimore Colts, Ken Gorgal drafted in round 6 out of Purdue by the Cleveland Browns, Billy Gay drafted in round 7 out of Notre Dame by the Chicago Cardinals, Woodley Lewis drafted in round 8 out of Oregon by the Los Angeles Rams, Bob Wilkinson drafted in round 10 out of UCLA by the New York Giants, Bobbie Griffin drafted in round 19 out of Baylor by the New York Yanks and Dom Moselle drafted in round 23 out of Wis.-Superior by the Cleveland Browns. View all of the Defensive Backs selected in the 1950 Draft.
1950 Drafted Defensive Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
2   Hall Haynes   Santa Clara   Washington Redskins
4   Don Paul   Washington State   Chicago Cardinals
5   Dick McKissack   Southern Methodist   Los Angeles Rams
6   Ken Gorgal   Purdue   Cleveland Browns
6   Herb Rich   Vanderbilt   Baltimore Colts
7   Billy Gay   Notre Dame   Chicago Cardinals
8   Woodley Lewis   Oregon   Los Angeles Rams
10   Bob Wilkinson   UCLA   New York Giants
19   Bobbie Griffin   Baylor   New York Yanks
23   Dom Moselle   Wis.-Superior   Cleveland Browns
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