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1965 Drafted Defensive Linemen

There were 22 Defensive Linemen drafted in the 1965 NFL draft. The highest drafted DL was Jim Garcia drafted in round 2 out of Purdue by the Cleveland Browns. Some of the 1965 drafted Defensive Linemen were Walter Johnson drafted in round 2 out of Los Angeles State by the Cleveland Browns, Jerry Rush drafted in round 2 out of Michigan State by the Detroit Lions, Jim Norton drafted in round 3 out of Washington by the San Francisco 49ers, Erwin Will drafted in round 7 out of Dayton by the Philadelphia Eagles, Rosey Davis drafted in round 8 out of Tennessee State by the Baltimore Colts, Brian Schweda drafted in round 8 out of Kansas by the Chicago Bears, Dennis Murphy drafted in round 10 out of Florida by the Chicago Bears, Bud Marshall drafted in round 10 out of Stephen F. Austin St. by the Green Bay Packers and Frank Molden drafted in round 11 out of Jackson State by the Pittsburgh Steelers. View all of the Defensive Linemen selected in the 1965 Draft.
1965 Drafted Defensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
2   Jim Garcia   Purdue   Cleveland Browns
2   Walter Johnson   Los Angeles State   Cleveland Browns
2   Jerry Rush   Michigan State   Detroit Lions
3   Jim Norton   Washington   San Francisco 49ers
7   Erwin Will   Dayton   Philadelphia Eagles
8   Brian Schweda   Kansas   Chicago Bears
8   Rosey Davis   Tennessee State   Baltimore Colts
10   Bud Marshall   Stephen F. Austin St.   Green Bay Packers
10   Dennis Murphy   Florida   Chicago Bears
11   Willie Adams   New Mexico State   Washington Redskins
11   Frank Cornish   Grambling State   Chicago Bears
11   Jethro Pugh   Elizabeth City State   Dallas Cowboys
11   Frank Molden   Jackson State   Pittsburgh Steelers
11   Jim Weatherwax   Los Angeles State   Green Bay Packers
12   Mike Tilleman   Montana   Minnesota Vikings
14   Garry Porterfield   Tulsa   Dallas Cowboys
15   Roy Hilton   Jackson State   Baltimore Colts
16   Phil Vandersea   Massachusetts   Green Bay Packers
17   Whit Canale   Tennessee   Pittsburgh Steelers
17   Mike Melinkovich   Washington   St. Louis Cardinals
18   Marty Amsler   Ivy Tech State-SW IN (J.C.)   Dallas Cowboys
18   Ed McQuarters   Oklahoma   St. Louis Cardinals
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