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1962 Drafted Defensive Linemen

There were 15 Defensive Linemen drafted in the 1962 NFL draft. The highest drafted DL was Merlin Olsen drafted in round 1 out of Utah State by the Los Angeles Rams. Some of the 1962 drafted Defensive Linemen were Chuck Hinton drafted in round 2 out of North Carolina Central by the Cleveland Browns, John Meyers drafted in round 3 out of Washington by the Los Angeles Rams, Chuck Bryant drafted in round 3 out of Ohio State by the St. Louis Cardinals, Ron Gassert drafted in round 4 out of Virginia by the Green Bay Packers, George Andrie drafted in round 6 out of Marquette by the Dallas Cowboys, Mike Bundra drafted in round 6 out of USC by the Detroit Lions, Fred Miller drafted in round 7 out of Louisiana State by the Baltimore Colts, Ed O'Bradovich drafted in round 7 out of Illinois by the Chicago Bears and Ike Lassiter drafted in round 9 out of St. Augustine's by the Los Angeles Rams. View all of the Defensive Linemen selected in the 1962 Draft.
1962 Drafted Defensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Merlin Olsen   Utah State   Los Angeles Rams
2   Chuck Hinton   North Carolina Central   Cleveland Browns
3   John Meyers   Washington   Los Angeles Rams
3   Chuck Bryant   Ohio State   St. Louis Cardinals
4   Ron Gassert   Virginia   Green Bay Packers
6   Mike Bundra   USC   Detroit Lions
6   George Andrie   Marquette   Dallas Cowboys
7   Ed O'Bradovich   Illinois   Chicago Bears
7   Fred Miller   Louisiana State   Baltimore Colts
9   Ike Lassiter   St. Augustine's   Los Angeles Rams
14   Pat Russ   Purdue   Minnesota Vikings
14   Gary Henson   Colorado   Los Angeles Rams
15   Guy Reese   Southern Methodist   Dallas Cowboys
16   John Contoulis   Connecticut   Minnesota Vikings
16   Jerry Mazzanti   Arkansas   Philadelphia Eagles
 
 
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