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1964 Drafted Defensive Backs

There were 13 Defensive Backs drafted in the 1964 NFL draft. The highest drafted DB was Marv Woodson drafted in round 1 out of Indiana by the Baltimore Colts. Some of the 1964 drafted Defensive Backs were Paul Krause drafted in round 2 out of Iowa by the Washington Redskins, Jerry Richardson drafted in round 3 out of West Texas A&M by the Los Angeles Rams, George Rose drafted in round 3 out of Auburn by the Minnesota Vikings, Frank Budka drafted in round 4 out of Notre Dame by the Chicago Bears, Vince Turner drafted in round 9 out of Missouri by the Baltimore Colts, Wayne Rasmussen drafted in round 9 out of South Dakota State by the Detroit Lions, Bob Sherman drafted in round 12 out of Iowa by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Tom Walters drafted in round 16 out of Southern Mississippi by the Washington Redskins and Theo Viltz drafted in round 18 out of USC by the Dallas Cowboys. View all of the Defensive Backs selected in the 1964 Draft.
1964 Drafted Defensive Backs
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Marv Woodson   Indiana   Baltimore Colts
2   Paul Krause   Iowa   Washington Redskins
3   George Rose   Auburn   Minnesota Vikings
3   Jerry Richardson   West Texas A&M   Los Angeles Rams
4   Frank Budka   Notre Dame   Chicago Bears
9   Vince Turner   Missouri   Baltimore Colts
9   Wayne Rasmussen   South Dakota State   Detroit Lions
12   Bob Sherman   Iowa   Pittsburgh Steelers
16   Tom Walters   Southern Mississippi   Washington Redskins
18   Alvin Haymond   Southern University   Baltimore Colts
18   Ollie Dobbins   Morgan State   Pittsburgh Steelers
18   Theo Viltz   USC   Dallas Cowboys
20   Bob Hohn   Nebraska   Los Angeles Rams
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