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Defensive Lineman

1960 Drafted Defensive Linemen

There were 11 Defensive Linemen drafted in the 1960 NFL draft. The highest drafted DL was Jim Houston drafted in round 1 out of Ohio State by the Cleveland Browns. Some of the 1960 drafted Defensive Linemen were Larry Stephens drafted in round 2 out of Texas by the Cleveland Browns, Jim Leo drafted in round 3 out of Cincinnati by the New York Giants, Jim Marshall drafted in round 4 out of Ohio State by the Cleveland Browns, Roger Brown drafted in round 4 out of Maryland East. Shore by the Detroit Lions, Chuck Janerette drafted in round 5 out of Penn State by the Los Angeles Rams, Dan Lanphear drafted in round 8 out of Wisconsin by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Doug Brown drafted in round 12 out of Fresno State by the Los Angeles Rams, Pete Hall drafted in round 12 out of Marquette by the New York Giants and John Wilcox drafted in round 15 out of Oregon by the Philadelphia Eagles. View all of the Defensive Linemen selected in the 1960 Draft.
1960 Drafted Defensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Jim Houston   Ohio State   Cleveland Browns
2   Larry Stephens   Texas   Cleveland Browns
3   Jim Leo   Cincinnati   New York Giants
4   Jim Marshall   Ohio State   Cleveland Browns
4   Roger Brown   Maryland East. Shore   Detroit Lions
5   Chuck Janerette   Penn State   Los Angeles Rams
8   Dan Lanphear   Wisconsin   Pittsburgh Steelers
12   Doug Brown   Fresno State   Los Angeles Rams
12   Pete Hall   Marquette   New York Giants
15   John Wilcox   Oregon   Philadelphia Eagles
18   Tom Day   North Carolina A&T   St. Louis Cardinals
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