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Defensive Lineman

1964 Drafted Defensive Linemen

There were 12 Defensive Linemen drafted in the 1964 NFL draft. The highest drafted DL was Carl Eller drafted in round 1 out of Minnesota by the Minnesota Vikings. Some of the 1964 drafted Defensive Linemen were Dick Evey drafted in round 1 out of Tennessee by the Chicago Bears, Ken Kortas drafted in round 1 out of Louisville by the St. Louis Cardinals, Lloyd Voss drafted in round 1 out of Nebraska by the Green Bay Packers, Ben McGee drafted in round 4 out of Jackson State by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Jim Moran drafted in round 10 out of Idaho by the New York Giants, Larry Hand drafted in round 10 out of Appalachian State by the Detroit Lions, Gary Larsen drafted in round 10 out of Concordia (Ill.) by the Los Angeles Rams, Glen Condren drafted in round 11 out of Oklahoma by the New York Giants and Bob Brown drafted in round 13 out of Arkansas-Pine Bluff by the San Francisco 49ers. View all of the Defensive Linemen selected in the 1964 Draft.
1964 Drafted Defensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Ken Kortas   Louisville   St. Louis Cardinals
1   Lloyd Voss   Nebraska   Green Bay Packers
1   Dick Evey   Tennessee   Chicago Bears
1   Carl Eller   Minnesota   Minnesota Vikings
4   Ben McGee   Jackson State   Pittsburgh Steelers
10   Larry Hand   Appalachian State   Detroit Lions
10   Jim Moran   Idaho   New York Giants
10   Gary Larsen   Concordia (Ill.)   Los Angeles Rams
11   Glen Condren   Oklahoma   New York Giants
13   Bob Brown   Arkansas-Pine Bluff   San Francisco 49ers
15   Roger LaLonde   Muskingum   Detroit Lions
15   Jim Griffin   Grambling State   San Francisco 49ers
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