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1955 Drafted Linebackers

There were 12 Linebackers drafted in the 1955 NFL draft. The highest drafted LB was Thomas Bettis drafted in round 1 out of Purdue by the Green Bay Packers. Some of the 1955 drafted Linebackers were Dick Szymanski drafted in round 2 out of Notre Dame by the Baltimore Colts, Bob Long drafted in round 2 out of UCLA by the Los Angeles Rams, Tony Pasquesi drafted in round 3 out of Notre Dame by the Chicago Cardinals, Jack Patera drafted in round 4 out of Oregon by the Baltimore Colts, Matt Hazeltine drafted in round 4 out of California by the San Francisco 49ers, Johnny Allen drafted in round 8 out of Purdue by the Washington Redskins, Dale Meinert drafted in round 8 out of Oklahoma State by the Baltimore Colts, Tom Louderback drafted in round 10 out of San Jose State by the Washington Redskins and Lou Palatella drafted in round 12 out of Pittsburgh by the San Francisco 49ers. View all of the Linebackers selected in the 1955 Draft.
1955 Drafted Linebackers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Thomas Bettis   Purdue   Green Bay Packers
2   Dick Szymanski   Notre Dame   Baltimore Colts
2   Bob Long   UCLA   Los Angeles Rams
3   Tony Pasquesi   Notre Dame   Chicago Cardinals
4   Matt Hazeltine   California   San Francisco 49ers
4   Jack Patera   Oregon   Baltimore Colts
8   Johnny Allen   Purdue   Washington Redskins
8   Dale Meinert   Oklahoma State   Baltimore Colts
10   Tom Louderback   San Jose State   Washington Redskins
12   Lou Palatella   Pittsburgh   San Francisco 49ers
14   Tom Braatz   Marquette   Washington Redskins
16   Hal Norris   California   Washington Redskins
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