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1956 Drafted Defensive Backs

There were 12 Defensive Backs drafted in the 1956 NFL draft. The highest drafted DB was Henry Moore drafted in round 2 out of Arkansas by the New York Giants. Some of the 1956 drafted Defensive Backs were Bobby Freeman drafted in round 5 out of Auburn by the Los Angeles Rams, Jesse Whittenton drafted in round 5 out of Texas-El Paso by the Los Angeles Rams, Gary Lowe drafted in round 5 out of Michigan State by the Washington Redskins, Charlie Dupre drafted in round 6 out of Baylor by the Chicago Cardinals, Hank Gremminger drafted in round 7 out of Baylor by the Green Bay Packers, Jack Morris drafted in round 7 out of Oregon by the Los Angeles Rams, Johnny Hermann drafted in round 10 out of UCLA by the New York Giants, Eddie Crawford drafted in round 13 out of Mississippi by the New York Giants and Jim Harness drafted in round 21 out of Mississippi State by the Baltimore Colts. View all of the Defensive Backs selected in the 1956 Draft.
1956 Drafted Defensive Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
2   Henry Moore   Arkansas   New York Giants
5   Bobby Freeman   Auburn   Los Angeles Rams
5   Jesse Whittenton   Texas-El Paso   Los Angeles Rams
5   Gary Lowe   Michigan State   Washington Redskins
6   Charlie Dupre   Baylor   Chicago Cardinals
7   Hank Gremminger   Baylor   Green Bay Packers
7   Jack Morris   Oregon   Los Angeles Rams
10   Johnny Hermann   UCLA   New York Giants
13   Eddie Crawford   Mississippi   New York Giants
21   Jim Harness   Mississippi State   Baltimore Colts
21   L.C. Joyner   East Contra Costa College   San Francisco 49ers
22   Jesse Castete   McNeese State   Chicago Bears
 
 
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