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1985 Drafted Offensive Linemen

There were 46 Offensive Linemen drafted in the 1985 NFL draft. The highest drafted OL was Bill Fralic drafted in round 1 out of Pittsburgh by the Atlanta Falcons. Some of the 1985 drafted Offensive Linemen were Lomas Brown drafted in round 1 out of Florida by the Detroit Lions, Ken Ruettgers drafted in round 1 out of USC by the Green Bay Packers, Kevin Allen drafted in round 1 out of Indiana by the Philadelphia Eagles, Jim Lachey drafted in round 1 out of Ohio State by the San Diego Chargers, Trevor Matich drafted in round 1 out of Brigham Young by the New England Patriots, Mark Traynowicz drafted in round 2 out of Nebraska by the Buffalo Bills, Kevin Glover drafted in round 2 out of Maryland by the Detroit Lions, Daren Gilbert drafted in round 2 out of Cal State-Fullerton by the New Orleans Saints and Mark Behning drafted in round 2 out of Nebraska by the Pittsburgh Steelers. View all of the Offensive Linemen selected in the 1985 Draft.
1985 Drafted Offensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 2   Bill Fralic   Pittsburgh   Atlanta Falcons
1 6   Lomas Brown   Florida   Detroit Lions
1 7   Ken Ruettgers   USC   Green Bay Packers
1 9   Kevin Allen   Indiana   Philadelphia Eagles
1 12   Jim Lachey   Ohio State   San Diego Chargers
1 28   Trevor Matich   Brigham Young   New England Patriots
2 29   Mark Traynowicz   Nebraska   Buffalo Bills
2 34   Kevin Glover   Maryland   Detroit Lions
2 38   Daren Gilbert   Cal State-Fullerton   New Orleans Saints
2 47   Mark Behning   Nebraska   Pittsburgh Steelers
2 51   Scott Bergold   Wisconsin   St. Louis Cardinals
3 59   Kirk Lowdermilk   Ohio State   Minnesota Vikings
3 66   Tim Long   Memphis   Minnesota Vikings
3 71   Rich Moran   San Diego State   Green Bay Packers
3 72   Lance Smith   Louisiana State   St. Louis Cardinals
3 73   Brian Johnston   North Carolina   New York Giants
3 76   Crawford Ker   Florida   Dallas Cowboys
3 82   Mike Kelley   Notre Dame   Houston Oilers
4 99   Bob Olderman   Virginia   Kansas City Chiefs
4 101   Dan Turk   Wisconsin   Pittsburgh Steelers
4 102   Tom Toth   Western Michigan   New England Patriots
4 111   Jeff Dellenbach   Wisconsin   Miami Dolphins
4 112   Dale Hellestrae   Southern Methodist   Buffalo Bills
5 115   Mark MacDonald   Boston College   Minnesota Vikings
5 117   Roger Caron   Harvard   Indianapolis Colts
5 119   Matt Darwin   Texas A&M   Dallas Cowboys
5 139   Billy Hinson   Florida   Denver Broncos
5 140   Bruce Collie   Texas-Arlington   San Francisco 49ers
6 147   Mark Krerowicz   Ohio State   Cleveland Browns
6 148   Eric Stokes   Northeastern   Cincinnati Bengals
6 156   Ken Reeves   Texas A&M   Philadelphia Eagles
6 157   Matt Moran   Stanford   Dallas Cowboys
6 159   Jack Oliver   Memphis   New York Giants
7 181   Joe Walter   Texas Tech   Cincinnati Bengals
7 183   Dave Heffernan   Miami (Fla.)   Kansas City Chiefs
7 186   Kevin Belcher   Wisconsin   Los Angeles Raiders
7 192   Nick Haden   Penn State   Los Angeles Raiders
7 193   Ron Mattes   Virginia   Seattle Seahawks
8 199   Chuck Thomas   Oklahoma   Houston Oilers
8 212   Rob Monaco   Vanderbilt   St. Louis Cardinals
9 247   Mitch Geier   Troy State   Washington Redskins
9 252   Dan Remsberg   Abilene Christian   San Diego Chargers
10 259   Larry Williams   Notre Dame   Cleveland Browns
10 274   Duval Love   UCLA   Los Angeles Rams
11 290   Raleigh McKenzie   Tennessee   Washington Redskins
12 312   Dave Burnette   Arkansas   Indianapolis Colts
12 321   Harper LeBel   Colorado State   Kansas City Chiefs
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