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2011 NFL Draft Order: Minnesota Vikings Currently Have Nine Picks

As we approach the beginning of the 2011 National Football League Draft from Radio City Music Hall, let us take one final look at where the Minnesota Vikings will be selecting in this year's proceedings.

As it stands right now, the Vikings have nine picks in their possession in the seven round draft, but the possibility exists for them to gain more as they move up and down the draft boards to get the players they want.  Their current picks are as follows:

Round One, #12 overall
Round Two, #43 overall
Round Four, #106 overall
Round Five, #139 overall
Round Five, #150 overall (acquired from New York Giants in Sage Rosenfels/Darius Reynaud trade)
Round Six, #172 overall
Round Six, #200 overall (compensatory selection)
Round Seven, #215 overall
Round Seven, #236 overall

Keep in mind that the two compensatory selections that the Vikings have can not be traded. So, regardless of how much moving up and down the draft board the Vikings might do over the course of the next three days, they will be picking at #200 and #236 regardless.

Here is the complete selection order for the 2011 NFL Draft. We hope that you'll stick here with us for coverage of the 2011 NFL Draft, and particularly from the Vikings' perspective.

Photographs by Micah Taylor, clairity, and Fibonacci Blue used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.