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1962 Drafted Defensive Backs

There were 9 Defensive Backs drafted in the 1962 NFL draft. The highest drafted DB was Bennie McRae drafted in round 2 out of Michigan by the Chicago Bears. The 1962 drafted Defensive Backs were Bobby Thompson drafted in round 3 out of Arizona by the Detroit Lions, Bill Triplett drafted in round 6 out of Miami (Ohio) by the New York Giants, Kelton Winston drafted in round 9 out of Wiley by the Chicago Bears, Jim Shorter drafted in round 14 out of Detroit by the Cleveland Browns, Tommy Neck drafted in round 18 out of Louisiana State by the Chicago Bears, Carl Charon drafted in round 18 out of Michigan State by the Washington Redskins, Dave Cloutier drafted in round 18 out of Maine by the Dallas Cowboys and Claude Crabb drafted in round 19 out of Colorado by the Washington Redskins. View all of the Defensive Backs selected in the 1962 Draft.
1962 Drafted Defensive Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
2   Bennie McRae   Michigan   Chicago Bears
3   Bobby Thompson   Arizona   Detroit Lions
6   Bill Triplett   Miami (Ohio)   New York Giants
9   Kelton Winston   Wiley   Chicago Bears
14   Jim Shorter   Detroit   Cleveland Browns
18   Carl Charon   Michigan State   Washington Redskins
18   Tommy Neck   Louisiana State   Chicago Bears
18   Dave Cloutier   Maine   Dallas Cowboys
19   Claude Crabb   Colorado   Washington Redskins
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