A Rundown of All the Minnesota Vikings 2017 NFL Draft Picks

Sports Illustrated has a complete rundown of all of the Vikings 2017 Draft Picks and some commentary as well.

Round 2, Pick 9 (No. 41 overall)

Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State: Both Cook and Joe Mixon were still sitting on the board at 41, so the Vikings made a move up to address their RB situation (48 and 128 to Cincinnati). Cook isn’t a “clean” prospect, necessarily, but he was our top-ranked back. He’s a dynamic playmaker that will bolster that offense.? GRADE: A

Round 3, Pick 6 (No. 70)

Pat Elflein, C, Ohio State: A doozy of a find in Round 3, and well worth trading up from No. 79 to get him. Elflein was the best center in this draft—he can be Minnesota’s man in the middle for years to come, assuming he wins that job out of camp. If he doesn’t, he can start at guard.? GRADE: A

Round 4, Pick 2 (No. 109) Jaleel Johnson, DT, Iowa

Round 4, Pick 14 (No. 120): Ben Gedeon, LB, University of Michigan

Round 5, Pick 27 (No. 170) Rodney Adams, WR, USF

Round 5, Pick 37 (No. 180) Danny Isidora, G, Miami

Round 6, Pick 17 (No. 201) Bucky Hodges, TE, Virginia Tech

Round 7, Pick 1 (No. 219) Stacy Coley, WR, Miami

Round 7, Pick 2 (No. 220) Ifeadi Odenigbo, DL, Northwestern

Round 7, Pick 2 (No. 232) Elijah Lee, LB, Kansas State

Round 7, Pick 27 (No. 245) Jack Tocho, CB, N.C. State

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