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Los Angeles Rams Drafted Offensive Linemen

The Los Angeles Rams have selected 75 Offensive Linemen in their team history (49 drafts). The Rams have drafted 11 Offensive Linemen in the first round. The highest drafted OL was Paul Dickson drafted in round 1 in 1959 out of Baylor. Some of the top drafted Rams Offensive Linemen were Bud McFadin drafted in round 1 in 1951 out of Texas, Darryl Ashmore drafted in round 7 in 1992 out of Northwestern, Doug France drafted in round 1 in 1975 out of Ohio State, Sid Fournet drafted in round 2 in 1955 out of Louisiana State and Jack Ellena drafted in round 19 in 1953 out of UCLA. View all of the Los Angeles Rams drafted Offensive Linemen throughout their history.
Los Angeles Rams Drafted Offensive Linemen
Year Round Selection Player College
1994 1 15   Wayne Gandy   Auburn
1994 6 189   Ron Edwards   North Carolina A&T
1993 5 127   Chuck Belin   Wisconsin
1993 7 179   Brad Fichtel   Eastern Illinois
1992 4 87   Shawn Harper   Indiana
1992 7 171   Darryl Ashmore   Northwestern
1991 6 143   Neal Fort   Brigham Young
1991 12 311   Jeff Pahukoa   Washington
1990 1 23   Bern Brostek   Washington
1990 8 216   Elbert Crawford   Arkansas
1989 3 75   Kevin Robbins   Michigan State
1989 8 215   Warren Wheat   Brigham Young
1986 1 23   Mike Schad   Queens (Canada)
1986 2 50   Tom Newberry   Wis.-La Crosse
1986 6 144   Robert Jenkins   UCLA
1986 8 216   Hank Goebel   Cal State-Fullerton
1985 10 274   Duval Love   UCLA
1983 6 144   Gary Kowalski   Boston College
1982 5 117   Wally Kersten   Minnesota
1982 7 181   Joe Shearin   Texas
1981 4 104   George Lilja   Michigan
1981 8 216   Art Plunkett   Nevada-Las Vegas
1980 2 50   Irvin Pankey   Penn State
1980 10 276   Bob Gruber   Pittsburgh
1979 1 26   Kent Hill   Georgia Tech
1979 3 81   Mike Wellman   Kansas
1978 12 330   Gus Coppens   UCLA
1977 3 68   Ed Fulton   Maryland
1977 5 130   Donnie Hickman   USC
1977 5 134   Jeff Williams   Rhode Island
1976 3 86   Jackie Slater   Jackson State
1975 1 11   Dennis Harrah   Miami (Fla.)
1975 1 20   Doug France   Ohio State
1975 3 61   Geoff Reece   Washington State
1975 3 67   Dan Nugent   Auburn
1975 5 126   Rick Nuzum   Kentucky
1973 3 60   Timothy Stokes   Oregon
1973 7 167   Bill DuLac   Eastern Michigan
1973 9 219   Jim Nicholson   Michigan State
1970 8 204   Rich Saul   Michigan State
1968 2 51   Mike LaHood   Wyoming
1966 1   Tom Mack   Michigan
1965 5   Frank Marchlewski   Minnesota
1964 3   Roger Pillath   Wisconsin
1964 5   Ken Henson   Texas Christian
1963 5   Don Chuy   Clemson
1962 2   Joe Carollo   Notre Dame
1961 4   Charley Cowan   New Mexico Highlands
1961 5   Willie Hector   U. of Pacific
1961 10   Joe Scibelli   American International
1960 17   Jim Boeke   Heidelberg
1959 1   Paul Dickson   Baylor
1958 5   John Baker   North Carolina Central
1957 8   Charlie Bradshaw   Baylor
1957 8   Roy Hord   Duke
1957 19   Byron Beams   Notre Dame
1956 18   Jack Klotz   Pennsylvania Military College (PMC)
1955 2   Sid Fournet   Louisiana State
1954 1   Ed Beatty   Mississippi
1954 5   Art Hauser   Xavier (Ohio)
1954 23   Glenn Holtzman   North Texas
1953 3   Bob Fry   Kentucky
1953 19   Jack Ellena   UCLA
1952 7   Burt Delevan   U. of Pacific
1952 18   Bob Dees   Missouri State
1952 26   Frank Fuller   Kentucky
1951 1   Bud McFadin   Texas
1951 5   Tony Momsen   Michigan
1951 13   Joe Reid   Louisiana State
1950 1   Stan West   Oklahoma
1948 8   Glenn Johnson   Arizona State
1947 8   Carl Samuelson   Nebraska
1947 19   Leon McLaughlin   UCLA
1947 21   Lou Levanti   Illinois
1946 3   Don Paul   UCLA
 
 
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