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1964 Drafted Linebackers

There were 11 Linebackers drafted in the 1964 NFL draft. The highest drafted LB was Dave Wilcox drafted in round 3 out of Oregon by the San Francisco 49ers. Some of the 1964 drafted Linebackers were Tommy Crutcher drafted in round 3 out of Texas Christian by the Green Bay Packers, Mike Reilly drafted in round 4 out of Iowa by the Chicago Bears, Ted Davis drafted in round 4 out of Georgia Tech by the Baltimore Colts, John Kirby drafted in round 5 out of Nebraska by the Minnesota Vikings, Bob Soleau drafted in round 11 out of William & Mary by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Marv Harris drafted in round 13 out of Stanford by the Los Angeles Rams, Ed Beard drafted in round 14 out of Tennessee by the San Francisco 49ers, Sid Williams drafted in round 16 out of Southern University by the Cleveland Browns and Mike Morgan drafted in round 17 out of Louisiana State by the Philadelphia Eagles. View all of the Linebackers selected in the 1964 Draft.
1964 Drafted Linebackers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
3   Tommy Crutcher   Texas Christian   Green Bay Packers
3   Dave Wilcox   Oregon   San Francisco 49ers
4   Ted Davis   Georgia Tech   Baltimore Colts
4   Mike Reilly   Iowa   Chicago Bears
5   John Kirby   Nebraska   Minnesota Vikings
11   Bob Soleau   William & Mary   Pittsburgh Steelers
13   Marv Harris   Stanford   Los Angeles Rams
14   Ed Beard   Tennessee   San Francisco 49ers
16   Sid Williams   Southern University   Cleveland Browns
17   Mike Morgan   Louisiana State   Philadelphia Eagles
20   Bill Curry   Georgia Tech   Green Bay Packers
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