Minnesota Vikings’ 7-Round Mock Draft and Top-100 Big Board

April 18, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Minnesota Vikings are entering the 2016 NFL draft with the intention of building on the base of talent that helped drive a run to the NFC North title during the 2015 season. 
The roster has already been reshaped some early this offseason, with receiver Mike Wallace leaving Minnesota after one disappointing year and veterans Alex Boone and Andre Smith arriving to provide some stability along the offensive line. Now, general manager Rick Spielman will get another shot at the draft, a player-acquisition opportunity he's taken full advantage of in recent years. 
Core players such as Everson Griffen, Harrison Smith, Xavier Rhodes, Teddy Bridgewater, Anthony Barr, Eric Kendricks and Stefon Diggs have all been drafted by Spielman since 2010. Minnesota's success in the draft has largely fueled the franchise turnaround under head coach Mike Zimmer, who is 18-14 in two seasons with the Vikings. 
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