The 1932 All-Pro Team consisted of American football players chosen by various selectors for the All-Pro team of the National Football League (NFL) for the 1932 NFL season. Teams were selected by, among others, seven of the eight NFL coaches for the Associated Press (AP), the United Press, and Collyer's Eye (CE).
Five players were selected for the first team by all three selectors: Portsmouth Spartans quarterback Dutch Clark; Chicago Bears fullback Bronko Nagurski; New York Giants end Ray Flaherty; Green Bay Packers tackle Cal Hubbard; and Chicago Bears guard Zuck Carlson.
|Quarterback||Dutch Clark||Portsmouth Spartans||AP-1, UP-1, CE-1|
|Quarterback||Keith Molesworth||Chicago Bears||AP-2, UP-2, CE-2|
|Halfback||Arnie Herber||Green Bay Packers||AP-1, UP-1, CE-2|
|Halfback||Father Lumpkin||Portsmouth Spartans||AP-1, UP-1|
|Halfback||Cliff Battles||Boston Redskins||CE-1|
|Halfback||Red Grange||Chicago Bears||AP-2|
|Halfback||Jack Grossman||Brooklyn Dodgers||AP-2, CE-2|
|Halfback||Glenn Presnell||Portsmouth Spartans||UP-2|
|Halfback||Bob Campiglio||Staten Island Stapletons||UP-2|
|Fullback||Bronko Nagurski||Chicago Bears||AP-1, UP-1, CE-1|
|Fullback||Clarke Hinkle||Green Bay Packers||AP-2, UP-2, CE-1|
|Fullback||Ace Gutowsky||Portsmouth Spartans||CE-2|
|End||Ray Flaherty||New York Giants||AP-1, UP-1, CE-1|
|End||Luke Johnsos||Chicago Bears||AP-1, CE-2|
|End||Tom Nash||Green Bay Packers||UP-1, CE-2|
|End||Bill Hewitt||Chicago Bears||AP-2, UP-2, CE-1|
|End||LaVern Dilweg||Green Bay Packers||AP-2, UP-2|
|Tackle||Cal Hubbard||Green Bay Packers||AP-1, UP-1, CE-1|
|Tackle||Len Grant||New York Giants||UP-1, CE-1|
|Tackle||Turk Edwards||Boston Redskins||AP-1, CE-2|
|Tackle||George Christensen||Portsmouth Spartans||AP-2, UP-2, CE-2|
|Tackle||Jake Williams||Chicago Cardinals||AP-2|
|Tackle||Lou Gordon||Chicago Cardinals||UP-2|
|Guard||Zuck Carlson||Chicago Bears||AP-1, UP-1, CE-1|
|Guard||Ox Emerson||Portsmouth Spartans||UP-1, CE-1|
|Guard||Walt Kiesling||Chicago Cardinals||AP-1|
|Guard||Joe Kopcha||Chicago Bears||UP-2, CE-2|
|Guard||George Hurley||Boston Braves||AP-2|
|Guard||Maury Bodenger||Portsmouth Spartans||AP-2|
|Guard||Joe Zeller||Green Bay Packers||UP-2|
|Guard||Butch Gibson||New York Giants||CE-2|
|Center||Tim Moynihan||Chicago Cardinals||UP-1, CE-1|
|Center||Nate Barragar||Green Bay Packers||AP-1, UP-2, CE-2|
|Center||Mel Hein||New York Giants||AP-2|
Roy Lee "Father" Lumpkin (January 27, 1907 – March 31, 1974) was an American football player.
A native of Jefferson, Texas, Lumpkin attended high school in Dallas. He played college football for Georgia Tech and was an All-Southern fullback for the undefeated 1928 Georgia Tech Golden Tornado football team that defeated California in the 1929 Rose Bowl.
In 1929, Lumpkin left Georgia Tech to play professional football for the Portsmouth Spartans. He played five seasons for Portsmouth from 1929 to 1933 and was selected as a second-team All-Pro in 1930 and a first-team All-Pro in 1932. He played one season with the Detroit Lions in 1934 after the Spartans moved to Detroit. He scored the first touchdown in Detroit Lions history. He concluded his football career with the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1935 to 1937.