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1963 Drafted Linebackers

There were 16 Linebackers drafted in the 1963 NFL draft. The highest drafted LB was Lee Roy Jordan drafted in round 1 out of Alabama by the Dallas Cowboys. Some of the 1963 drafted Linebackers were Dave Robinson drafted in round 1 out of Penn State by the Green Bay Packers, Lou Slaby drafted in round 5 out of Pittsburgh by the New York Giants, Lee Roy Caffey drafted in round 7 out of Texas A&M by the Philadelphia Eagles, Jim O'Mahoney drafted in round 8 out of Miami (Fla.) by the Minnesota Vikings, Dennis Gaubatz drafted in round 8 out of Louisiana State by the Detroit Lions, Ralph Heck drafted in round 11 out of Colorado by the Philadelphia Eagles, John Campbell drafted in round 11 out of Minnesota by the Minnesota Vikings, Butch Maples drafted in round 12 out of Baylor by the Baltimore Colts and Ernie Clark drafted in round 13 out of Michigan State by the Detroit Lions. View all of the Linebackers selected in the 1963 Draft.
1963 Drafted Linebackers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Dave Robinson   Penn State   Green Bay Packers
1   Lee Roy Jordan   Alabama   Dallas Cowboys
5   Lou Slaby   Pittsburgh   New York Giants
7   Lee Roy Caffey   Texas A&M   Philadelphia Eagles
8   Dennis Gaubatz   Louisiana State   Detroit Lions
8   Jim O'Mahoney   Miami (Fla.)   Minnesota Vikings
11   John Campbell   Minnesota   Minnesota Vikings
11   Ralph Heck   Colorado   Philadelphia Eagles
12   Butch Maples   Baylor   Baltimore Colts
13   Ernie Clark   Michigan State   Detroit Lions
14   Ed Holler   South Carolina   Green Bay Packers
15   Gene Breen   Virginia Tech   Green Bay Packers
15   Harry Butsko   Maryland   Washington Redskins
16   Andy Russell   Missouri   Pittsburgh Steelers
17   Dave Meggyesy   Syracuse   St. Louis Cardinals
18   Larry Stallings   Georgia Tech   St. Louis Cardinals
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