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1965 Drafted Linebackers

There were 17 Linebackers drafted in the 1965 NFL draft. The highest drafted LB was Dick Butkus drafted in round 1 out of Illinois by the Chicago Bears. Some of the 1965 drafted Linebackers were Mike Curtis drafted in round 1 out of Duke by the Baltimore Colts, Dave Simmons drafted in round 2 out of Georgia Tech by the St. Louis Cardinals, Fred Brown drafted in round 3 out of Miami (Fla.) by the Los Angeles Rams, Jack Chapple drafted in round 3 out of Stanford by the San Francisco 49ers, Mike Strofolino drafted in round 4 out of Villanova by the Los Angeles Rams, Doug Woodlief drafted in round 5 out of Memphis by the Los Angeles Rams, Tony Guillory drafted in round 7 out of Lamar by the Los Angeles Rams, Dale Lindsey drafted in round 7 out of Western Kentucky by the Cleveland Browns and Russell Wayt drafted in round 8 out of Rice by the Dallas Cowboys. View all of the Linebackers selected in the 1965 Draft.
1965 Drafted Linebackers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Mike Curtis   Duke   Baltimore Colts
1   Dick Butkus   Illinois   Chicago Bears
2   Dave Simmons   Georgia Tech   St. Louis Cardinals
3   Jack Chapple   Stanford   San Francisco 49ers
3   Fred Brown   Miami (Fla.)   Los Angeles Rams
4   Mike Strofolino   Villanova   Los Angeles Rams
5   Doug Woodlief   Memphis   Los Angeles Rams
7   Dale Lindsey   Western Kentucky   Cleveland Browns
7   Tony Guillory   Lamar   Los Angeles Rams
8   Don Croftcheck   Indiana   Washington Redskins
8   Russell Wayt   Rice   Dallas Cowboys
10   Dave Tobey   Oregon   Pittsburgh Steelers
12   Jim Carroll   Notre Dame   New York Giants
14   Olen Underwood   Texas   New York Giants
15   John Carrell   Texas Tech   Pittsburgh Steelers
18   Chris Hanburger   North Carolina   Washington Redskins
18   Mike Ciccolella   Dayton   New York Giants
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