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1952 Drafted Quarterbacks

There were 10 Quarterbacks drafted in the 1952 NFL draft. The highest drafted QB was Babe Parilli drafted in round 1 out of Kentucky by the Green Bay Packers. The 1952 drafted Quarterbacks were Billy Wade drafted in round 1 out of Vanderbilt by the Los Angeles Rams, Al Dorow drafted in round 3 out of Michigan State by the Washington Redskins, Don Heinrich drafted in round 3 out of Washington by the New York Giants, Don Klosterman drafted in round 3 out of Loyola Marymount by the Cleveland Browns, Tom Dublinski drafted in round 8 out of Utah by the Detroit Lions, Pat Brady drafted in round 13 out of Nevada-Reno by the New York Giants, Dick Horn drafted in round 17 out of Stanford by the Dallas Texans, Tommy O'Connell drafted in round 18 out of Illinois by the Chicago Bears and Gary Kerkorian drafted in round 19 out of Stanford by the Pittsburgh Steelers. View all of the Quarterbacks selected in the 1952 Draft.
1952 Drafted Quarterbacks
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 1   Billy Wade   Vanderbilt   Los Angeles Rams
1   Babe Parilli   Kentucky   Green Bay Packers
3   Al Dorow   Michigan State   Washington Redskins
3   Don Klosterman   Loyola Marymount   Cleveland Browns
3   Don Heinrich   Washington   New York Giants
8   Tom Dublinski   Utah   Detroit Lions
13   Pat Brady   Nevada-Reno   New York Giants
17   Dick Horn   Stanford   Dallas Texans
18   Tommy O'Connell   Illinois   Chicago Bears
19   Gary Kerkorian   Stanford   Pittsburgh Steelers
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