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1954 Drafted Offensive Linemen

There were 16 Offensive Linemen drafted in the 1954 NFL draft. The highest drafted OL was Art Hunter drafted in round 1 out of Notre Dame by the Green Bay Packers. Some of the 1954 drafted Offensive Linemen were John Bauer drafted in round 1 out of Illinois by the Cleveland Browns, Ed Beatty drafted in round 1 out of Mississippi by the Los Angeles Rams, Jim Schrader drafted in round 2 out of Notre Dame by the Washington Redskins, George Timberlake drafted in round 3 out of USC by the Green Bay Packers, Earl Putman drafted in round 5 out of Arizona State by the New York Giants, Art Hauser drafted in round 5 out of Xavier (Ohio) by the Los Angeles Rams, Harry Jagielski drafted in round 7 out of Indiana by the Washington Redskins, Ted Connolly drafted in round 9 out of Tulsa by the San Francisco 49ers and Don Goss drafted in round 10 out of Southern Methodist by the Cleveland Browns. View all of the Offensive Linemen selected in the 1954 Draft.
1954 Drafted Offensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   John Bauer   Illinois   Cleveland Browns
1   Ed Beatty   Mississippi   Los Angeles Rams
1   Art Hunter   Notre Dame   Green Bay Packers
2   Jim Schrader   Notre Dame   Washington Redskins
3   George Timberlake   USC   Green Bay Packers
5   Art Hauser   Xavier (Ohio)   Los Angeles Rams
5   Earl Putman   Arizona State   New York Giants
7   Harry Jagielski   Indiana   Washington Redskins
9   Ted Connolly   Tulsa   San Francisco 49ers
10   Don Goss   Southern Methodist   Cleveland Browns
12   Don Chelf   Iowa   Baltimore Colts
16   Alex Sandusky   Clarion   Baltimore Colts
17   Walt Cudzik   Purdue   Washington Redskins
20   Bob Mischak   Army   Cleveland Browns
20   Herman Lee   Florida A&M   Chicago Bears
23   Glenn Holtzman   North Texas   Los Angeles Rams
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