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1962 Drafted Running Backs

There were 14 Running Backs drafted in the 1962 NFL draft. The highest drafted RB was Bob Ferguson drafted in round 1 out of Ohio State by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Some of the 1962 drafted Running Backs were Leroy Jackson drafted in round 1 out of Western Illinois by the Cleveland Browns, Ronnie Bull drafted in round 1 out of Baylor by the Chicago Bears, Earl Gros drafted in round 1 out of Louisiana State by the Green Bay Packers, Larry Ferguson drafted in round 4 out of Iowa by the Detroit Lions, Art Perkins drafted in round 4 out of North Texas by the Los Angeles Rams, Mike Lind drafted in round 5 out of Notre Dame by the San Francisco 49ers, Ben Wilson drafted in round 5 out of USC by the Los Angeles Rams, Jim Vollenweider drafted in round 8 out of Miami (Fla.) by the San Francisco 49ers and Ron Hatcher drafted in round 8 out of Michigan State by the Washington Redskins. View all of the Running Backs selected in the 1962 Draft.
1962 Drafted Running Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Bob Ferguson   Ohio State   Pittsburgh Steelers
1   Ronnie Bull   Baylor   Chicago Bears
1   Earl Gros   Louisiana State   Green Bay Packers
1   Leroy Jackson   Western Illinois   Cleveland Browns
4   Larry Ferguson   Iowa   Detroit Lions
4   Art Perkins   North Texas   Los Angeles Rams
5   Ben Wilson   USC   Los Angeles Rams
5   Mike Lind   Notre Dame   San Francisco 49ers
8   Ron Hatcher   Michigan State   Washington Redskins
8   Jim Vollenweider   Miami (Fla.)   San Francisco 49ers
8   Gary Ballman   Michigan State   Pittsburgh Steelers
14   Ernie Green   Louisville   Green Bay Packers
19   Fred Gillett   Los Angeles State   Baltimore Colts
20   Amos Bullocks   Southern Illinois   Dallas Cowboys
 
 
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