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Pittsburgh Pirates Drafted Offensive Linemen

The Pittsburgh Pirates have selected 7 Offensive Linemen in their team history (5 drafts). The Pirates have never drafted a OL in the first round. The highest drafted OL was Tony Matisi drafted in round 2 in 1938 out of Pittsburgh. Some of the top drafted Pirates Offensive Linemen were Carl Nery drafted in round 8 in 1940 out of Duquesne, Lou Midler drafted in round 3 in 1938 out of Minnesota, Ed Karpowich drafted in round 8 in 1936 out of Catholic and Clark Goff drafted in round 5 in 1940 out of Florida. View all of the Pittsburgh Pirates drafted Offensive Linemen throughout their history.
Pittsburgh Pirates Drafted Offensive Linemen
Year Round Selection Player College
1940 5   Clark Goff   Florida
1940 6   Frank Bykowski   Purdue
1940 8   Carl Nery   Duquesne
1938 2   Tony Matisi   Pittsburgh
1938 3   Lou Midler   Minnesota
1938 9   Bill Krause   Baldwin-Wallace
1936 8   Ed Karpowich   Catholic
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