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Brooklyn Dodgers Drafted Offensive Linemen

The Brooklyn Dodgers have selected 20 Offensive Linemen in their team history (8 drafts). The Dodgers have never drafted a OL in the first round. The highest drafted OL was Bob Haak drafted in round 2 in 1939 out of Indiana. Some of the top drafted Dodgers Offensive Linemen were Ed Merlin drafted in round 3 in 1938 out of Vanderbilt, Bruiser Kinard drafted in round 2 in 1938 out of Mississippi, Carl Kaplanoff drafted in round 10 in 1939 out of Ohio State, Mike Jurich drafted in round 13 in 1941 out of Denver and Art Jocher drafted in round 9 in 1940 out of Manhattan. View all of the Brooklyn Dodgers drafted Offensive Linemen throughout their history.
Brooklyn Dodgers Drafted Offensive Linemen
Year Round Selection Player College
1943 7   John Matisi   Duquesne
1943 15   Floyd Rhea   Oregon
1942 11   Art Deremer   Niagara
1941 3   Ray Frick   Pennsylvania
1941 9   Bernie Weiner   Kansas State
1941 13   Mike Jurich   Denver
1941 18   Joe Ungerer   Fordham
1940 5   Walt Merrill   Alabama
1940 7   Ty Coon   North Carolina State
1940 9   Art Jocher   Manhattan
1939 2   Bob Haak   Indiana
1939 4   Ed Beinor   Notre Dame
1939 10   Carl Kaplanoff   Ohio State
1939 12   Ralph Heikkinen   Michigan
1938 2   Bruiser Kinard   Mississippi
1938 2   Gene Moore   Colorado
1938 3   Ed Merlin   Vanderbilt
1938 6   Len Noyes   Montana
1938 8   Jim Sivell   Auburn
1937 6   John Golemgeske   Wisconsin
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