The Minnesota Vikings have eight selections in the 2024 NFL Draft, which will be hosted by Detroit on April 25-27, 2024.
The Vikings have picks in the following rounds (as of Oct. 24, 2023):
Fourth round (from Detroit)
Fifth round (from Kansas City)
Fifth round (from Cleveland)
Sixth round (from Las Vegas through New England)
Seventh round (from Arizona)
The exact spots in draft order will be determined later, based on order of finish, as well as the NFL's compensatory formula for later rounds.
Teams normally are slated to have at least one selection in each of the seven rounds, but Minnesota has executed multiple trades.
Where did the other selections go?
Third Round: Minnesota sent this pick and a 2023 second-round selection to Detroit in exchange for T.J. Hockenson, a 2023 fourth-round selection and the 2024 fourth-round pick.
Fifth round (original selection): Minnesota sent this selection to Philadelphia as part of the deal to acquire Jalen Reagor in August 2022.
Seventh Round: Minnesota sent this pick to Las Vegas to acquire quarterback Nick Mullens in August 2022.
Who was involved in the trades that added picks to Minnesota's collection?
Fourth round (from Detroit): This was received in the deal for Hockenson.
Fifth round (from Kansas City): This selection, along with the 134th overall pick of 2023 (used to select defensive back Jay Ward), were acquired when the Chiefs traded up for the 119th overall pick of 2023 (used to select defensive back Chamarri Conner).
Fifth round (from Cleveland): This selection was acquired when Minnesota traded Za'Darius Smith and 2025 sixth- and seventh-round picks to Cleveland in exchange for fifth-round picks in 2024 and 2025.
Sixth round (from Las Vegas through New England): This was acquired by sending tackle Vederian Lowe to the Patriots before the 2023 season began.