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1961 Drafted Linebackers

There were 11 Linebackers drafted in the 1961 NFL draft. The highest drafted LB was Rip Hawkins drafted in round 2 out of North Carolina by the Minnesota Vikings. Some of the 1961 drafted Linebackers were Myron Pottios drafted in round 2 out of Notre Dame by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Sonny Davis drafted in round 4 out of Baylor by the Dallas Cowboys, Mike Lucci drafted in round 5 out of Tennessee by the Cleveland Browns, Steve Stonebreaker drafted in round 12 out of Detroit by the Minnesota Vikings, Jerry Fields drafted in round 13 out of Ohio State by the New York Giants, Doyle Schick drafted in round 14 out of Kansas by the Washington Redskins, Bob Schmitz drafted in round 14 out of Montana State by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Nelson Toburen drafted in round 14 out of Wichita State by the Green Bay Packers and Wilbert Scott drafted in round 16 out of Indiana by the Pittsburgh Steelers. View all of the Linebackers selected in the 1961 Draft.
1961 Drafted Linebackers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
2   Rip Hawkins   North Carolina   Minnesota Vikings
2   Myron Pottios   Notre Dame   Pittsburgh Steelers
4   Sonny Davis   Baylor   Dallas Cowboys
5   Mike Lucci   Tennessee   Cleveland Browns
12   Steve Stonebreaker   Detroit   Minnesota Vikings
13   Jerry Fields   Ohio State   New York Giants
14   Nelson Toburen   Wichita State   Green Bay Packers
14   Bob Schmitz   Montana State   Pittsburgh Steelers
14   Doyle Schick   Kansas   Washington Redskins
16   Wayne Frazier   Auburn   Chicago Bears
16   Wilbert Scott   Indiana   Pittsburgh Steelers
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