The 2017 NFL Draft has come to an end in Philadelphia. After sitting out the first round, the Minnesota Vikings were busy making trades and selections that ultimately landed them eleven picks in this year's draft. Meet the newest Vikings:

  • Dalvin Cook, Running Back, Florida State (Round 2, Pick 9 -- 41st pick overall)
  • Pat Elfein, Center, Ohio State (Round 3, Pick 6 -- 70th pick overall)
  • Jaleel Johnson, Defensive Tackle, Iowa (Round 4, Pick 2 -- 109th pick overall)
  • Ben Gedeon, Middle Linebacker, Michigan (Round 4, Pick 14 -- 102th pick overall)
  • Rodney Adams, Wide Receiver, South Florida (Round 5, Pick 27 -- 170th pick overall)
  • Danny Isidora, Offensive Guard, Miami (Round 5, Pick 37 --180th pick overall)
  • Bucky Hodges, Tight End, Virginia Tech (Round 6, Pick 17 -- 201st pick overall)
  • Stacy Coley, Wide Receiver, Miami (Round 7, Pick 1 -- 219th pick overall)
  • Ifeadi Odenigbo, Defensive Lineman, Northwestern (Round 7, Pick 2 -- 220th pick overall)
  • Elijah Lee, Linebacker, Kansas State (Round 7, Pick 14 -- 232nd pick overall)
  • Jack Tohco, Cornerback, N.C. State (Round 7, Pick 27 -- 245th pick overall)

On Minnesota's first pick ESPN Comments:

The Vikings picked Dalvin Cook at No. 41. With him and Latavius Murray, the Vikings have dramatically upgraded their running back options in the post-Adrian Peterson era.

Skol Vikings!

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