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1957 Drafted Linebackers

There were 12 Linebackers drafted in the 1957 NFL draft. The highest drafted LB was Jerry Tubbs drafted in round 1 out of Oklahoma by the Chicago Cardinals. Some of the 1957 drafted Linebackers were Jack Pardee drafted in round 2 out of Texas A&M by the Los Angeles Rams, Don Shinnick drafted in round 2 out of UCLA by the Baltimore Colts, Mickey Walker drafted in round 3 out of Michigan State by the Cleveland Browns, Charlie Brueckman drafted in round 9 out of Pittsburgh by the San Francisco 49ers, Hubert Bobo drafted in round 12 out of Ohio State by the Philadelphia Eagles, Hall Whitley drafted in round 14 out of Texas A&M - Kingsville by the Baltimore Colts, John Nocera drafted in round 15 out of Iowa by the Philadelphia Eagles, Phil Bennett drafted in round 18 out of Miami (Fla.) by the Pittsburgh Steelers and Gene Babb drafted in round 18 out of Austin by the San Francisco 49ers. View all of the Linebackers selected in the 1957 Draft.
1957 Drafted Linebackers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Jerry Tubbs   Oklahoma   Chicago Cardinals
2   Don Shinnick   UCLA   Baltimore Colts
2   Jack Pardee   Texas A&M   Los Angeles Rams
3   Mickey Walker   Michigan State   Cleveland Browns
9   Charlie Brueckman   Pittsburgh   San Francisco 49ers
12   Hubert Bobo   Ohio State   Philadelphia Eagles
14   Hall Whitley   Texas A&M - Kingsville   Baltimore Colts
15   John Nocera   Iowa   Philadelphia Eagles
18   Ernie Danjean   Auburn   Green Bay Packers
18   Gene Babb   Austin   San Francisco 49ers
18   Phil Bennett   Miami (Fla.)   Pittsburgh Steelers
25   Clancy Osborne   Arizona State   Los Angeles Rams
 
 
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