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1953 Drafted Defensive Backs

There were 12 Defensive Backs drafted in the 1953 NFL draft. The highest drafted DB was Billy Anderson drafted in round 1 out of Compton CC CA by the Chicago Bears. Some of the 1953 drafted Defensive Backs were Jim Psaltis drafted in round 2 out of USC by the Chicago Cardinals, Fred Bruney drafted in round 3 out of Ohio State by the Cleveland Browns, Ed Fullerton drafted in round 4 out of Maryland by the San Francisco 49ers, Eddie Bell drafted in round 5 out of Pennsylvania by the Philadelphia Eagles, Jimmy Sears drafted in round 6 out of USC by the Baltimore Colts, Tony Curcillo drafted in round 6 out of Ohio State by the Chicago Cardinals, Art DeCarlo drafted in round 6 out of Georgia by the Chicago Bears, Tom Brookshier drafted in round 10 out of Colorado by the Philadelphia Eagles and Frank McPhee drafted in round 13 out of Princeton by the Chicago Cardinals. View all of the Defensive Backs selected in the 1953 Draft.
1953 Drafted Defensive Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Billy Anderson   Compton CC CA   Chicago Bears
2   Jim Psaltis   USC   Chicago Cardinals
3   Fred Bruney   Ohio State   Cleveland Browns
4   Ed Fullerton   Maryland   San Francisco 49ers
5   Eddie Bell   Pennsylvania   Philadelphia Eagles
6   Tony Curcillo   Ohio State   Chicago Cardinals
6   Jimmy Sears   USC   Baltimore Colts
6   Art DeCarlo   Georgia   Chicago Bears
10   Tom Brookshier   Colorado   Philadelphia Eagles
13   Frank McPhee   Princeton   Chicago Cardinals
23   Carl Karilivacz   Syracuse   Detroit Lions
24   Monte Brethauer   Oregon   Baltimore Colts
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