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1982 Drafted Defensive Linemen

There were 30 Defensive Linemen drafted in the 1982 NFL draft. The highest drafted DL was Kenneth Sims drafted in round 1 out of Texas by the New England Patriots. Some of the 1982 drafted Defensive Linemen were Jeff Bryant drafted in round 1 out of Clemson by the Seattle Seahawks, Glen Collins drafted in round 1 out of Mississippi State by the Cincinnati Bengals, Lester Williams drafted in round 1 out of Miami (Fla.) by the New England Patriots, Leo Wisniewski drafted in round 2 out of Penn State by the Baltimore Colts, Keith Baldwin drafted in round 2 out of Texas A&M by the Cleveland Browns, Booker Reese drafted in round 2 out of Bethune-Cookman by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Doug Rogers drafted in round 2 out of Stanford by the Atlanta Falcons, David Galloway drafted in round 2 out of Florida by the St. Louis Cardinals and Emanuel Weaver drafted in round 2 out of South Carolina State by the Cincinnati Bengals. View all of the Defensive Linemen selected in the 1982 Draft.
1982 Drafted Defensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 1   Kenneth Sims   Texas   New England Patriots
1 6   Jeff Bryant   Clemson   Seattle Seahawks
1 26   Glen Collins   Mississippi State   Cincinnati Bengals
1 27   Lester Williams   Miami (Fla.)   New England Patriots
2 28   Leo Wisniewski   Penn State   Baltimore Colts
2 31   Keith Baldwin   Texas A&M   Cleveland Browns
2 32   Booker Reese   Bethune-Cookman   Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2 36   Doug Rogers   Stanford   Atlanta Falcons
2 38   David Galloway   Florida   St. Louis Cardinals
2 54   Emanuel Weaver   South Carolina State   Cincinnati Bengals
3 73   Rusty Guilbeau   McNeese State   St. Louis Cardinals
3 83   John Cannon   William & Mary   Tampa Bay Buccaneers
4 85   George Crump   East Carolina   New England Patriots
4 98   Robert Brown   Virginia Tech   Green Bay Packers
4 99   Todd Liebenstein   Nevada-Las Vegas   Washington Redskins
5 114   Tony Elliott   North Texas   New Orleans Saints
5 118   Doug Barnett   Azusa Pacific   Los Angeles Rams
5 120   Bob Nelson   Miami (Fla.)   Miami Dolphins
5 121   Malcolm Taylor   Tennessee State   Houston Oilers
6 155   Mike Perko   Utah State   Pittsburgh Steelers
7 169   Fletcher Jenkins   Washington   Baltimore Colts
7 172   Ed Nelson   Auburn   Pittsburgh Steelers
7 173   Henry Waechter   Nebraska   Chicago Bears
7 184   Greg Smith   Kansas   Kansas City Chiefs
7 190   Harvey Armstrong   Southern Methodist   Philadelphia Eagles
8 205   Chris Lindstrom   Boston U.   St. Louis Cardinals
8 208   Martin Moss   UCLA   Detroit Lions
9 237   Charles Riggins   Bethune-Cookman   Green Bay Packers
9 245   Dennis Edwards   USC   Buffalo Bills
11 284   Sam Clancy   Pittsburgh   Seattle Seahawks
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