The Vikings wrapped things up at 2017 NFL Draft adding nine more players on Saturday. All-in-all Minnesota drafted 11 players this year, six on offense and five on defense.
Originally the Vikings had seven picks going into the day, but the team traded back on three occasions and wound with four seventh-round picks.
Even though offensive line was the team's biggest need, Rick Spielman and his staff drafted just two lineman in this year's draft.
Here's everything you need know about selections from Saturday.
DT Jaleel Johnson – Round 4, No. 109
The Vikings found their defensive tackle with Jaleel Johnson in the fourth round. Johnson was a beast on the line for the Iowa Hawkeyes last year, leading the team with 7.5 sacks.
Johnson's foot quickness and hand usage make him a deadly pass rusher.
ILB Ben Gedeon – Round 4, No. 120
Minnesota took another defensive player in linebacker Ben Gedeon out of the University of Michigan. The linebacker had 176 tackles in his four-years with the Wolverines.
Gedeon could fill retired Chad Greenway's role as a run-stopping linebacker.
WR/KR Rodney Adams – Round 5, No. 170
With Cordarelle Patterson leaving in free agency, the Vikings may have found their next kick returner in Rodney Adams. Adams played wide receiver at South Florida hauling in 67 passes his senior year.
He's a freak athlete who can catch just about anything.
— USF Athletics (@USFAthletics) April 29, 2017
G Danny Isidora – Round 5, No. 190
After taking back-to-back defensive players, the Vikings added to their offensive line, drafting guard Danny Isidora out of the University of Miami.
He was a four-star recruit out of high school and he was a starter for the Hurricanes for the past three seasons.
Isidora is most likely a depth player going into 2017 but with the way the Vikings o-line played last season, all options should be on the table.
TE Bucky Hodges – Round 6, No. 201
Hodges is one of the biggest tight ends in the year's class. At Six-foot, seven-inches tall, Hodges is a converted quarterback who's only been playing the position for three years.
He could be a steal too as a a lot of scouts had him projected in the third and fourth rounds.
WR Stacy Coley – Round 7, No. 219
With the first of their four seventh-round selections, the Vikings took another wide out in Stacy Coley. Coley was teammates with Isodora at Miami.
He led the Hurricanes with 63 receptions and found the endzone nine times in 2016.
DL Ifeadi Odenigbo – Round 7, No. 220
Ifeadi Odenigbo was one of the top high school recruits in the country when he went to Northwestern University. Last season he had career highs in sacks (10) and tackles for a loss (12).
By the end of his collegiate career, Odenigbo was primarily used a pass rushing specialist but his production against the run have some scouts concerned.
LB Elijah Lee – Round 7, No. 232
The Vikings took their second linebacker of the draft in Elijah Lee out of Kansas State. Lee swallowed up 110 tackles in 13 games last season.
According to NFL.com, Lee is, "Missing the sand in his pants to power up and take on blocks effectively." He also needs to do a better job at finishing tackles.
CB Jack Tocho – Round 7, No. 245
After a stellar sophomore season at North Carolina State where he was the team's defensive back of the year, Tocho struggled over the next two years.
He recorded 122 tackles and intercepted six passes in his four-year career with the Wolfpack.