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Minnesota Vikings 2011 NFL Draft: Vikings Have Seven Picks Left

The Minnesota Vikings had nine picks in the 2011 NFL Draft, but have only gone to the podium two times thus far, selecting Florida State quarterback Christian Ponder in Round One, and Notre Dame tight end Kyle Rudolph in Round Two.

That means that they have seven selections remaining for the draft's final four rounds, barring any trade movement by the Vikings through the course of the day. Here are the Vikings remaining selections at this point in time.

Round 4, Pick 9 (#106 overall)
Round 5, Pick 8 (#139 overall)
Round 5, Pick 19 (#150 overall; acquired from New York Giants in Sage Rosenfels/Darius Reynaud trade)
Round 6, Pick 7 (#172 overall)
Round 6, Pick 35 (#200 overall; compensatory selection, can not be traded)
Round 7, Pick 12 (#215 overall)
Round 7, Pick 33 (#236 overall; compensatory selection, can not be traded)

The Vikings still have some pretty significant needs, and we will be updating you from start to finish today on everything that happens.

As it stands now, the final day of the 2011 NFL Draft starts in about eight hours. . .we'll see you then!

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