The 1947 All-Pro Team consisted of American football players who were chosen by various selectors for the All-Pro team for the 1947 football season. Teams were selected by, among others, the Associated Press (AP),[1] the United Press (UP),[2] Pro Football Illustrated,[3] and the New York Daily News (NYDN).[3] The AP selections included players from the National Football League (NFL) and All-America Football Conference; the UP, PFI, and NYDN selections were limited to players from the NFL.


Position Player Team Selector(s)
Quarterback Sid Luckman Chicago Bears AP-1, UP-1, PFI-1, NYDN-1
Quarterback Otto Graham Cleveland Browns AP-1
Quarterback Sammy Baugh Washington Redskins AP-2
Halfback Steve Van Buren Philadelphia Eagles AP-1, UP-1, PFI-1, NYDN-1
Halfback Bill Dudley Detroit Lions PFI-1, NYDN-1
Back Spec Sanders New York Yankees AP-1
Fullback Pat Harder Chicago Cardinals UP-1, PFI-1, NYDN-1
End Mac Speedie Cleveland Browns AP-1
End Bruce Alford New York Yankees AP-1
End Ken Kavanaugh Chicago Bears UP-1, NYDN-1
End Malcolm Kutner Chicago Cardinals UP-1, PFI-1
End Val Jansante Pittsburgh Steelers NYDN-1
End Larry Craig Green Bay Packers PFI-1
Tackle Al Wistert Philadelphia Eagles AP-1, UP-1, NYDN-1
Tackle Fred Davis Chicago Bears UP-1, PFI-1, NYDN-1
Tackle Dick Huffman Los Angeles Rams AP-1
Tackle Stan Mauldin Chicago Cardinals PFI-1
Guard Riley Matheson Los Angeles Rams AP-1, NYDN-1
Guard Bruno Banducci San Francisco 49ers AP-1
Guard Dick Wildung Green Bay Packers UP-1, NYDN-1
Guard Red Moore Pittsburgh Steelers UP-1
Guard Buster Ramsey Chicago Cardinals PFI-1, NYDN-1
Center Bulldog Turner Chicago Bears AP-1, PFI-1, NYDN-1
Center Vince Banonis Chicago Cardinals UP-1


  1. ^ Frank Eck (December 12, 1947). "Brown's Graham, Speedie Named On AP All-Pro Team". The Sandusky Register-Star-News. p. 19.
  2. ^ Russ Green (December 12, 1947). "3 Bears, Cards on UP All-Stars". Eau Claire (WI) Leader. p. 14.
  3. ^ a b "1947 NFL All-Pros". Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved April 6, 2017.