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1951 Drafted Linebackers

There were 8 Linebackers drafted in the 1951 NFL draft. The highest drafted LB was Jerry Groom drafted in round 1 out of Notre Dame by the Chicago Cardinals. The 1951 drafted Linebackers were Ebert Van Buren drafted in round 1 out of Louisiana State by the Philadelphia Eagles, Dale Dodrill drafted in round 6 out of Colorado State by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Ken Farragut drafted in round 6 out of Mississippi by the Philadelphia Eagles, Walt Michaels drafted in round 7 out of Washington & Lee by the Cleveland Browns, Leo Sanford drafted in round 8 out of Louisiana Tech by the Chicago Cardinals, Art Michalik drafted in round 17 out of St. Ambrose by the San Francisco 49ers and Dick Daugherty drafted in round 18 out of Oregon by the Los Angeles Rams. View all of the Linebackers selected in the 1951 Draft.
1951 Drafted Linebackers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Jerry Groom   Notre Dame   Chicago Cardinals
1   Ebert Van Buren   Louisiana State   Philadelphia Eagles
6   Dale Dodrill   Colorado State   Pittsburgh Steelers
6   Ken Farragut   Mississippi   Philadelphia Eagles
7   Walt Michaels   Washington & Lee   Cleveland Browns
8   Leo Sanford   Louisiana Tech   Chicago Cardinals
17   Art Michalik   St. Ambrose   San Francisco 49ers
18   Dick Daugherty   Oregon   Los Angeles Rams
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