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NFL Team: Minnesota Vikings
RDPK(OVR)NAMEPOSSCHOOL
17(7)Troy WilliamsonWRSouth Carolina
 This pick might come as a surprise with Mike Williams still on the board, but the Vikings are looking for a vertical threat, and Williamson gives them more deep speed than Williams. Williamson has the size, long arms, hands and explosive speed to quickly develop into a deep threat in the NFL.
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118(18)Erasmus JamesDEWisconsin
 The Vikings have to be elated. They got a speed-burner at No. 7 and a pass-rushing upgrade here. James' less-than-impressive workout at the combine and his history of injuries might have caused him to slip a little bit, but he's still one of the best pass-rushing DE prospects in this class.
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217(49)Marcus JohnsonOGMississippi
 Johnson is listed as a tackle, and he is versatile enough to line up there, but he is a far better fit at guard, so look for Minnesota to play him there.
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316(80)Dustin FoxDBOhio State
411(112)Ciatrick FasonRBFlorida
 Washington traded the 112th pick to Minnesota for the 120th (4th) and 154th (5th) selections.
617(191)C.J. MosleyDTMissouri
75(219)Adrian WardDBUTEP

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