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    The Vikings' draft positions in recent history

    The Vikings hold these picks in the draft:

    #17
    #48
    #74
    #83
    #117
    #154
    #190
    #229

    Here's who were drafted with these picks in the past few years:

    2007

    #17 - Jarvis Moss
    DE
    Florida
    #48 - Justin Durant
    OLB
    Hampton
    #74 - Yamon Figurs
    WR
    Kansas State
    #83 - Charles Johnson
    DE
    Georgia
    #117 - Manny Ramirez
    G
    Texas Tech
    #154 - Clifton Ryan
    DT
    Michigan State
    #190 - Ken Shackleford
    T
    Georgia
    #229 - John Broussard
    WR
    San Jose State

    2006

    #17 - Chad Greenway
    LB
    Iowa
    #48 - Cedric Griffin
    CB
    Texas
    #74 - Brian Calhoun
    RB
    Wisconsin
    #83 - Anthony Smith
    DB
    Syracuse
    #117 - Leon Washington
    RB
    Florida State
    #154 - Marcus Maxey
    CB
    Miami (Fla.)
    #190 - Jeff Webb
    WR
    San Diego State
    #229 - Willie Andrews
    CB
    Baylor

    2005


    #17 - David Pollack
    LB
    Georgia
    #48 - Odell Thurman
    MLB
    Georgia
    #74 - Justin Tuck
    DE
    Notre Dame
    #83 - Chris Henry
    WR
    West Virginia
    #117 - Jerome Carter
    DB
    Florida State
    #154 - Robert McCune
    LB
    Louisville
    #190 - Tab Perry
    WR
    UCLA
    #229 - James Kilian
    --
    Tulsa

    2004

    #17 - D.J. Williams
    OLB
    Miami (Fla.)
    #48 - Dontarrious Thomas
    OLB
    Auburn
    #74 - Tim Anderson
    DT
    Ohio State
    #83 - Stephen Peterman
    G
    Louisiana State
    #117 - Robert Geathers
    DE
    Georgia
    #154 - Michael Turner
    RB
    Northern Illinois
    #190 - Josh Sewell
    --
    Nebraska
    #229 - David Kimball
    K
    Penn State

    2003

    #17 - Bryant Johnson
    WR
    Penn State
    #48 - Chris Kelsay
    DE
    Nebraska
    #74 - Kevin Curtis
    WR
    Utah State
    #83 - Sam Williams
    DE
    Fresno State
    #117 - Dan Klecko
    DT
    Temple
    #154 - Donnie Nickey
    DB
    Ohio State
    #190 - Michael Nattiel
    LB
    Florida
    #229 - Andrew Pinnock
    FB
    South Carolina

    2002

    #17 - Phillip Buchanon
    CB
    Miami (Fla.)
    #48 - Reche Caldwell
    WR
    Florida
    #74 - Joseph Jefferson
    CB
    Western Kentucky
    #83 - Charles Hill
    NT
    Maryland
    #117 - Rohan Davey
    QB
    Louisiana State
    #154 - Jonathan Goodwin
    G
    Michigan
    #190 - Howard Green
    DT
    Louisiana State
    #229 - Greg White
    DE
    Minnesota

    2001

    #17 - Steve Hutchinson
    G
    Michigan
    #48 - Matt Light
    T
    Purdue
    #74 - Steve Smith
    WR
    Utah
    #83 - Brian Allen
    LB
    Florida State
    #117 - John Howell
    DB
    Colorado State
    #154 - Darnerien McCants
    WR
    Delaware State
    #190 - Kevin Kasper
    WR
    Iowa
    #229 - Ken-Yon Rambo
    WR
    Ohio State

    2000

    #17 - Sebastian Janikowski
    K
    Florida State
    #48 - Jason Webster
    CB
    Texas A&M
    #74 - Steve Warren
    DT
    Nebraska
    #83 - Damion McIntosh
    T
    Kansas State
    #117 - Deon Dyer
    FB
    North Carolina
    #154 - Muneer Moore
    WR
    Richmond
    #190 - John Hilliard
    DT
    Mississippi State
    #229 - Ron Moore
    DE
    Northwestern Oklahoma State

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    Re: The Vikings' draft positions in recent history

    Very interesting stuff Cogs.
    Were did you get that from?
    Looks like some sort of sortable Database or did you pull it all yourself?
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    Re: The Vikings' draft positions in recent history

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Very interesting stuff Cogs.
    Were did you get that from?
    Looks like some sort of sortable Database or did you pull it all yourself?
    I did that, just to please you all

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    Re: The Vikings' draft positions in recent history

    "cogitans" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Very interesting stuff Cogs.
    Were did you get that from?
    Looks like some sort of sortable Database or did you pull it all yourself?
    I did that, just to please you all
    The equivalent of Internet knee pads.
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    Re: The Vikings' draft positions in recent history

    "cogitans" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Very interesting stuff Cogs.
    Were did you get that from?
    Looks like some sort of sortable Database or did you pull it all yourself?
    I did that, just to please you all
    Very impressive.
    I like to study the stuff like that but I am way to lazy to go to that effort.


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    Re: The Vikings' draft positions in recent history

    2000

    #17 - Sebastian Janikowski

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    Florida State
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    Re: The Vikings' draft positions in recent history

    #17 seems to have a decent history of solid players.
    Let's hope that trend continues.
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