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1956 Drafted Linebackers

There were 10 Linebackers drafted in the 1956 NFL draft. The highest drafted LB was Bob Pellegrini drafted in round 1 out of Maryland by the Philadelphia Eagles. The 1956 drafted Linebackers were Hugh Pitts drafted in round 2 out of Texas Christian by the Los Angeles Rams, M.L. Brackett drafted in round 2 out of Auburn by the Chicago Bears, Sam Huff drafted in round 3 out of West Virginia by the New York Giants, Bill Koman drafted in round 8 out of North Carolina by the Baltimore Colts, Tom Dimmick drafted in round 10 out of Houston by the Philadelphia Eagles, Steve Myhra drafted in round 12 out of North Dakota by the Baltimore Colts, Jim Furey drafted in round 13 out of Kansas State by the Cleveland Browns, Buddy Alliston drafted in round 15 out of Mississippi by the Green Bay Packers and Rommie Loudd drafted in round 24 out of UCLA by the San Francisco 49ers. View all of the Linebackers selected in the 1956 Draft.
1956 Drafted Linebackers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Bob Pellegrini   Maryland   Philadelphia Eagles
2   Hugh Pitts   Texas Christian   Los Angeles Rams
2   M.L. Brackett   Auburn   Chicago Bears
3   Sam Huff   West Virginia   New York Giants
8   Bill Koman   North Carolina   Baltimore Colts
10   Tom Dimmick   Houston   Philadelphia Eagles
12   Steve Myhra   North Dakota   Baltimore Colts
13   Jim Furey   Kansas State   Cleveland Browns
15   Buddy Alliston   Mississippi   Green Bay Packers
24   Rommie Loudd   UCLA   San Francisco 49ers
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