Baltimore Bullets draft history

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The draft history of the Baltimore Bullets in the BAA/NBA draft from 1947 until 1954.[1]

Selections

Year Round Pick Name College
1954 1 1 Frank Selvy Furman
2 10 Bobby Leonard Indiana
3 19 Werner Killen Lawrence Tech
4 28 Burt Spice Toledo
5 37 Lou Scott Indiana
6 46 Bob Heim Xavier
7 55 Joe Pehanick Seattle
8 64 Harry Brooks Seton Hall
9 73 Ron Goerrs Concord
10 81 Gary Shivers Houston
11 90 Elliot Karver George Washington
1953 1 1 Ray Felix Long Island
2 9 Bobby Speight NC State
3 17 Bob Peterson Oregon
4 26 Bill Schyman DePaul
5 35 Paul Nolen Texas Tech
6 44 Elmer Tolson Eastern Kentucky
7 53 Herman Sledzik Penn State
8 63 Connie Rea Centenary
9 71 Dennis Murphy Georgetown
10 80 Jack Karby Kansas State
11 88 Bob Emmercik Clarion
12 96 Russ Johnson DePaul
13 104 Don Stemmerich Clarion
14 107 Bob Kraback none
15 110 Joe Piorkowski Penn State
16 113 Edward Walsh none
1952 1 2 Jim Baechtold Eastern Kentucky
2 11 Blaine Denning Lawrence Tech
Chuck Grigsby Dayton
Frank Guisness Washington
Bill Lea Southwest Missouri[a]
Mike Magula Youngstown State
Bud Penwell Oklahoma City
Bob Peterson Oregon
Art Press Western Maryland[b]
Bob Priddy New Mexico A&M[c]
Bennie Purcell Murray State
Jim Walsh Stanford
1951 1 1 Gene Melchiorre Bradley
2 10 Jack Stone Kansas State
3 20 Bill Mann Bradley
4 30 Bill Hagler California
5 40 Leroy Ishman American
6 50 Glen Duggins Utah
7 60 Tom Riach USC
8 70 Bill Harper Oregon State
9 78 Bob Crowe San Jose State
10 82 Dan Torrey Oregon State
11 85 Clem Pavilonis DePaul
12 87 John Burke Springfield (MA)
1950 1 2 Don Rehfeldt Wisconsin
2 13 John Pilch Wyoming
3 25 Dick Dickey NC State
4 37 Jerry Reed Wyoming
5 49 Norm Mager CCNY
6 61 Rick Harman Kansas State
7 73 Frank Comerford La Salle
8 85 George Bush Toledo
9 97 Jack Laub Cincinnati
10 109 Mike Zedalis Loyola (MD)
1949 1 6 Ron Livingstone Wyoming
2 17 Roger Wiley Oregon
3 29 Paul Gordon Notre Dame
4 41 Jim McMullen Xavier
5 52 Eppa Rixey III Kenyon (OH)
6 59 Bill Evans Drake
7 65 Tom Gallagher St. Francis (NY)
8 71 Bill Zipple Lafayette (PA)
1948 1 6 Walt Budko Columbia
Jim Black Occidental (CA)
Darrel Brown Humboldt State
Robert Carroll West Virginia
Jake Carter East Texas State[d]
Marvin English Newberry (SC)
Gene Fellmoth Wittenberg (OH)
J.W. Fullerton Arkansas State
Marshall Gemberling Lebanon Valley (PA)
Vince Hanson Washington State
Joe Holland Kentucky
Wayne Jones American International
Dan Kraus Georgetown
Herb Krautblatt Rider
Paul Marcincin Moravian (PA)
1947 1 10 Larry Killick Vermont
Robert Bolyard Toledo
Elmer Gainer DePaul
Harry Gallatin Northeast Missouri[e]
Scotty Hamilton West Virginia
Hugh Hampton High Point
Bob Jake Vermont
Charles Raynor Houston
Chick Reiser NYU
John Rusinko Penn State

Notes

  1. ^ Dropped Southwest from name to become Missouri State in 2005.
  2. ^ Renamed McDaniel College in 2002.
  3. ^ Renamed New Mexico State in 1960.
  4. ^ Renamed Texas A&M Commerce in 1996.
  5. ^ Became Truman State in 1996.

References

  1. ^ "Baltimore Bullets draft history". databaseBasketball.com. Archived from the original on November 19, 2014. Retrieved December 12, 2014. 
  • "Baltimore Bullets Draft Register". Basketball-Reference.com. Retrieved 2014-12-12. 
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