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1957 Drafted Running Backs

There were 17 Running Backs drafted in the 1957 NFL draft. The highest drafted RB was Jon Arnett drafted in round 1 out of USC by the Los Angeles Rams. Some of the 1957 drafted Running Backs were Clarence Peaks drafted in round 1 out of Michigan State by the Philadelphia Eagles, Don Bosseler drafted in round 1 out of Miami (Fla.) by the Washington Redskins, Jim Brown drafted in round 1 out of Syracuse by the Cleveland Browns, Joel Wells drafted in round 2 out of Clemson by the Green Bay Packers, Jim Swink drafted in round 2 out of Texas Christian by the Chicago Bears, Billy Barnes drafted in round 2 out of Wake Forest by the Philadelphia Eagles, Terry Barr drafted in round 3 out of Michigan by the Detroit Lions, Jim Podoley drafted in round 4 out of Central Michigan by the Washington Redskins and Milt Campbell drafted in round 5 out of Indiana by the Cleveland Browns. View all of the Running Backs selected in the 1957 Draft.
1957 Drafted Running Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Don Bosseler   Miami (Fla.)   Washington Redskins
1   Jon Arnett   USC   Los Angeles Rams
1   Clarence Peaks   Michigan State   Philadelphia Eagles
1   Jim Brown   Syracuse   Cleveland Browns
2   Billy Barnes   Wake Forest   Philadelphia Eagles
2   Joel Wells   Clemson   Green Bay Packers
2   Jim Swink   Texas Christian   Chicago Bears
3   Terry Barr   Michigan   Detroit Lions
4   Jim Podoley   Central Michigan   Washington Redskins
5   Milt Campbell   Indiana   Cleveland Browns
6   Billy Pricer   Oklahoma   Baltimore Colts
6   Bo Dickinson   Southern Mississippi   Chicago Bears
11   Dick Hughes   Tulsa   Pittsburgh Steelers
12   Jack Call   Colgate   Baltimore Colts
13   Jim Crawford   Wyoming   Pittsburgh Steelers
19   Al Frazier   Florida A&M   Chicago Bears
19   Walt Livingston   Heidelberg   Baltimore Colts
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