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1955 Drafted Defensive Backs

There were 17 Defensive Backs drafted in the 1955 NFL draft. The highest drafted DB was Ron Drzewiecki drafted in round 1 out of Marquette by the Chicago Bears. Some of the 1955 drafted Defensive Backs were Dicky Moegle drafted in round 1 out of Rice by the San Francisco 49ers, Lindon Crow drafted in round 2 out of USC by the Chicago Cardinals, Frank Bernardi drafted in round 4 out of Colorado by the Chicago Cardinals, Lee Riley drafted in round 4 out of Detroit by the Detroit Lions, Ed Kelley drafted in round 5 out of Texas by the Los Angeles Rams, Bobby Luna drafted in round 6 out of Alabama by the San Francisco 49ers, Corky Tharp drafted in round 6 out of Alabama by the Los Angeles Rams, Bert Zagers drafted in round 7 out of Michigan State by the Detroit Lions and Dave Leggett drafted in round 7 out of Ohio State by the Chicago Cardinals. View all of the Defensive Backs selected in the 1955 Draft.
1955 Drafted Defensive Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Ron Drzewiecki   Marquette   Chicago Bears
1   Dicky Moegle   Rice   San Francisco 49ers
2   Lindon Crow   USC   Chicago Cardinals
4   Frank Bernardi   Colorado   Chicago Cardinals
4   Lee Riley   Detroit   Detroit Lions
5   Ed Kelley   Texas   Los Angeles Rams
6   Corky Tharp   Alabama   Los Angeles Rams
6   Bobby Luna   Alabama   San Francisco 49ers
7   Bert Zagers   Michigan State   Detroit Lions
7   Dave Leggett   Ohio State   Chicago Cardinals
8   Jimmy Patton   Mississippi   New York Giants
9   Walter Bryan   Texas Tech   Baltimore Colts
9   Henry Ford   Pittsburgh   Cleveland Browns
11   Vic Eaton   Missouri   Pittsburgh Steelers
18   Doyle Nix   Southern Methodist   Green Bay Packers
20   George Maderos   Cal State-Chico   San Francisco 49ers
21   Richie McCabe   Pittsburgh   Pittsburgh Steelers
 
 
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