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1960 Drafted Linebackers

There were 12 Linebackers drafted in the 1960 NFL draft. The highest drafted LB was Carl Kammerer drafted in round 2 out of U. of Pacific by the San Francisco 49ers. Some of the 1960 drafted Linebackers were Maxie Baughan drafted in round 2 out of Georgia Tech by the Philadelphia Eagles, Charley Ellzey drafted in round 3 out of Southern Mississippi by the St. Louis Cardinals, Rod Breedlove drafted in round 3 out of Maryland by the San Francisco 49ers, Johnny Brewer drafted in round 4 out of Mississippi by the Cleveland Browns, Jerry Stalcup drafted in round 6 out of Wisconsin by the Los Angeles Rams, Monte Lee drafted in round 8 out of Texas by the Philadelphia Eagles, Max Messner drafted in round 9 out of Cincinnati by the Detroit Lions, Ken Kirk drafted in round 9 out of Mississippi by the Chicago Bears and Bob Simms drafted in round 10 out of Rutgers by the New York Giants. View all of the Linebackers selected in the 1960 Draft.
1960 Drafted Linebackers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
2   Carl Kammerer   U. of Pacific   San Francisco 49ers
2   Maxie Baughan   Georgia Tech   Philadelphia Eagles
3   Rod Breedlove   Maryland   San Francisco 49ers
3   Charley Ellzey   Southern Mississippi   St. Louis Cardinals
4   Johnny Brewer   Mississippi   Cleveland Browns
6   Jerry Stalcup   Wisconsin   Los Angeles Rams
8   Monte Lee   Texas   Philadelphia Eagles
9   Max Messner   Cincinnati   Detroit Lions
9   Ken Kirk   Mississippi   Chicago Bears
10   Bob Simms   Rutgers   New York Giants
13   Dick Grecni   Ohio U.   Cleveland Browns
15   Mike Dowdle   Texas   San Francisco 49ers
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