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1954 Drafted Running Backs

There were 16 Running Backs drafted in the 1954 NFL draft. The highest drafted RB was Johnny Lattner drafted in round 1 out of Notre Dame by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Some of the 1954 drafted Running Backs were Neil Worden drafted in round 1 out of Notre Dame by the Philadelphia Eagles, Rick Casares drafted in round 2 out of Florida by the Chicago Bears, Chet Hanulak drafted in round 2 out of Maryland by the Cleveland Browns, Mo Bassett drafted in round 3 out of Langston by the Cleveland Browns, Bill Bowman drafted in round 3 out of William & Mary by the Detroit Lions, Bill Stits drafted in round 4 out of UCLA by the Detroit Lions, Billy Wells drafted in round 5 out of Michigan State by the Washington Redskins, Dick Kercher drafted in round 6 out of Tulsa by the Detroit Lions and Dave Mann drafted in round 7 out of Oregon State by the Chicago Cardinals. View all of the Running Backs selected in the 1954 Draft.
1954 Drafted Running Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Johnny Lattner   Notre Dame   Pittsburgh Steelers
1   Neil Worden   Notre Dame   Philadelphia Eagles
2   Rick Casares   Florida   Chicago Bears
2   Chet Hanulak   Maryland   Cleveland Browns
3   Bill Bowman   William & Mary   Detroit Lions
3   Mo Bassett   Langston   Cleveland Browns
4   Bill Stits   UCLA   Detroit Lions
5   Billy Wells   Michigan State   Washington Redskins
6   Dick Kercher   Tulsa   Detroit Lions
7   Wayne Berry   Washington State   New York Giants
7   Don Miller   Southern Methodist   Cleveland Browns
7   Dave Mann   Oregon State   Chicago Cardinals
13   Les Goble   Alfred   Chicago Cardinals
14   Bobby Epps   Pittsburgh   New York Giants
17   Dick Young   Tennessee-Chattanooga   Chicago Cardinals
26   Alex Burl   Colorado State   Chicago Cardinals
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