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Vikings 2016 Opponents Draft Pick Rundown of Day 3

View images of the Vikings opponents after the 2016 schedule was released on Thursday.

The Vikings made six selections on the third and final day of the 2016 NFL Draft.

Minnesota drafted T Willie Beavers out of Western Michigan with the 121st overall pick, Missouri LB Kentrell Brothers (160th), German receiver Moritz Boehringer (180th), Texas-San Antonio TE David Morgan II (188th), Vanderbilt DE Stephen Weatherly (227th) and Clemson S Jayron Kearse (244th).

What about non-divisional teams the Vikings are scheduled to face in 2016?

Click here for what Vikings 2016 opponents did on day one. Click here for day two.

Below is the rundown of activity from day three:

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At Titans, Sept. 11

Fourth Round

No selection in the fourth round because of trades

Fifth Round

WR Tajae Sharpe, Massachusetts, No. 140 overall
CB LeShaun Sims, Southern Utah, No. 157 overall

Sixth Round

G Sebastian Tretola, Arkansas, No. 193 overall

Seventh Round

OLB Aaron Wallace, UCLA, No. 222 overall
CB Kalan Reed, Southern Miss, No. 253 overall

The rundown: The Titans addressed defensive depth for much of the third day after opening with the selection of Sharpe and totaled six defenders out of their 10 picks in three days.

At Panthers, Sept. 25

Fourth Round

No selection in the fourth round because of a trade

Fifth Round

CB Zack Sanchez, Oklahoma, No. 141 overall

Sixth Round

No choice in the sixth round because of a trade

Seventh Round

TE Beau Sandland, Montana State, No. 252 overall

Second Round

CB James Bradberry, Samford, No. 62 overall

Third Round

CB Daryl Worley, West Virginia, No. 77 overall
Traded 93rd overall pick to Browns

The rundown: The defending NFC Champions made five picks, and three are defensive backs, which could lend to some active camp battles.

Vs. Giants, Oct. 3

Fourth Round

LB B.J. Goodson, Clemson, No. 109 overall

Fifth Round

RB Paul Perkins, UCLA, No. 149 overall

Sixth Round

TE Jerell Adams, South Carolina, No. 184 overall

Seventh Round

No selection in this round because of a trade

The rundown:Goodson could have a reunion with former Clemson teammates Mackensie Alexander and Jayron Kearse, who were drafted by the Vikings in the second and seventh rounds, respectively. Perkins could see Anthony Barr and Eric Kendricks coming after him.

Vs. Texans, Oct. 9

Fourth Round

RB Tyler Ervin, San Jose State, No. 119 overall

Fifth Round

S K.J. Dillon, West Virginia, No. 159 overall
NT D.J. Reader, Clemson, No. 166 overall

Sixth Round

No choice in this round because of a trade

Seventh Round

No choice in this round because of a trade

The rundown: The afternoon off? Not exactly. The Texans addressed the middle of their defense at the line of scrimmage and on the back end with Dillon.

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At Eagles, Oct. 23

Fourth Round

No selections because of trades

Fifth Round

RB Wendell Smallwood, West Virginia, No. 153 overall
T Halapoulivaati Vaitai, TCU, No. 164 overall

Sixth Round

DB Blake Countess, Auburn, No. 196 overall

Seventh Round

DB Jalen Mills, LSU, No. 233 overall
DE Alex McCalister, Florida, No. 240 overall
LB Joe Walker, Oregon, No. 251

The rundown:Philadelphia addressed all levels of its defense that ranked 32nd against the run in 2015.

At Redskins, Nov. 13

Fourth Round

No selection made because of a trade

Fifth Round

DT Matthew Ioannidis, Temple, No. 152 overall

Sixth Round

QB Nate Sudfeld, Indiana, No. 187 overall

Seventh Round

LB Steven Daniels, Boston College, No. 232 overall
RB Keith Marshall, Georgia, No. 242 overall

The rundown:Washington added a potential backup to Kirk Cousins (they also have Colt McCoy) and a running back to the mix to counter the departure of Alfred Morris in free agency.

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Vs. Cardinals, Nov. 20

Fourth Round

C Evan Boehm, Missouri, No. 128 overall

Fifth Round

S Marqui Christian, Midwestern State, No. 167 overall
T Cole Toner, Harvard, No. 170 overall

Sixth Round

DB Harlan Miller, Southeastern Louisiana, No. 205 overall

Seventh Round

No choice because of a trade

The rundown:The defending NFC West champs totaled three defensive backs out of their six picks and mined smaller programs on the third day of the draft.

Vs. Cowboys, Dec. 1

Fourth Round

DE Charles Tapper, Oklahoma, No. 101 overall
QB Dak Prescott, Mississippi State, No. 135 overall

Fifth Round

No choice because of a trade

Sixth Round

DB Anthony Brown, Purdue, No. 189 overall
DB Kavon Frazier, Central Michigan, No. 212 overall
RB Darius Jackson, Eastern Michigan, No. 216 overall

Seventh Round

No choice because of a trade

The rundown:Dallas finally addressed what many believe is a need at edge rusher in the fourth round and added a fourth QB to its roster, with Prescott joining Tony Romo, Kellen Moore and Jameill Showers.

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At Jaguars, Dec. 11

Fourth Round

DT Sheldon Day, Notre Dame, No. 103 overall

Fifth Round

No choice because of a trade

Sixth Round

DE Tyrone Holmes, Montana, No. 181 overall
QB Brandon Allen, Arkansas, No. 201 overall

Seventh Round

DE Jonathan Woodard, Central Arkansas, No. 226 overall

The rundown:Like defense? Jaguars Head Coach and Zumbrota, Minnesota, native Gus Bradley does, and Jacksonville used six of its seven picks on that side of the football. The only offensive player could back up established starter Blake Bortles.

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Vs. Colts, Dec. 18

Fourth Round

DT Hassan Ridgeway, Texas, No. 116 overall
ILB Antonio Morrison, Florida, No. 125 overall

Fifth Round

T Joe Haeg, North Dakota State, No. 155 overall

Sixth Round

No choice because of a trade

Seventh Round

LB Trevor Bates, Maine, No. 239 overall
C Austin Blythe, Iowa, No. 248 overall

The rundown:Indianapolis opted to use half of its eight draft picks on offensive linemen, including Haeg, a Lake Shore, Minnesota native, who teamed with second overall pick Carson Wentz for the Bison.

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