Twelve picks http://www.thevikingslockerroom.com/authentic-randy-moss-jersey , and you can see all of them right here 2018 SeasonVikings 2019 OffseasonU.S. Bank StadiumMinnesota Vikings PodcastsMinnesota Vikings 2019 NFL DraftYour Complete Minnesota Vikings 2019 Draft ClassNew,130commentsTwelve picks, and you can see all of them right hereCDTShareTweetShareShareYour Complete Minnesota Vikings 2019 Draft ClassKirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsIn the 2019 NFL Draft, the Minnesota Vikings drafted more players than they had in any other draft since the league’s annual selection meeting went to seven rounds in 1994. There are twelve young men out there today that can, officially, call themselves members of the Vikings, which gives the purple the largest draft class in the National Football League for 2019.Here is the complete list of Minnesota Vikings’ draftees for 2019, ladies and gentlemen. I think it’s a pretty damn fine draft by Rick Spielman and company, but your mileage may vary.Round 1, Pick #18 (#18 overall) - Garrett Bradbury, C, North Carolina StateRound 2 Womens Ameer Abdullah Jersey , Pick #18 (#50 overall) - Irv Smith, Jr., TE, AlabamaRound 3, Pick #38 (#102 overall, from Baltimore Ravens) - Alexander Mattison, RB, Boise StateRound 4, Pick #12 (#114 overall, from Green Bay Packers via Seattle Seahawks) - Dru Samia, G, OklahomaRound 5 Marcus Epps Minnesota Vikings Jerseys , Pick #24 (#162 overall, from New England Patriots) - Cameron Smith, LB, Southern CaliforniaRound 6, Pick #17 (#190 overall) - Armon Watts, DT, ArkansasRound 6, Pick #18 (#191 overall, from Tennessee Titans via Baltimore Ravens) - Marcus Epps, DB, WyomingRound 6, Pick #20 (#193 overall Minnesota Vikings Jerseys 2019 , from Baltimore Ravens) - Oli Udoh, OT, ElonRound 7, Pick #3 (#217 overall, from New York Jets) - Kris Boyd, CB, TexasRound 7, Pick #25 (#239 overall, from Philadelphia Eagles via New England Patriots) - Dillon Mitchell, WR, OregonRound 7, Pick #33 (#247 overall) - Olabisi Johnson Trae Waynes Jersey , WR, Colorado StateRound 7, Pick #36 (#250 overall) - Austin Cutting, LS, Air ForceWe’ll have plenty more about this draft class and any notable undrafted free agents over the course of the next few days, ladies and gentlemen.I want to thank everyone, once again, for getting your draft news and information for all three days of this year’s draft right here at The Daily Norseman. We’re one of the most visited sites in the entire SB Nation network today, and it’s all because you folks trust us to give you accurate information as quickly as we can give it to you. We truly appreciate all of you coming here over the past few days, and every other day whether it’s part of your daily routine or not. The Vikings completed a contract restructure for Everson Griffen last month, but apparently that wasn’t all the Vikings front office had in mind for Griffen.Local Vikings beat writers Andrew..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Vikings 2018 SeasonVikings 2019 OffseasonU.S. Bank StadiumMinnesota Vikings PodcastsReport:Vikings Tried to Trade Griffen for ZeitlerNew,334commentsCDTShareTweetShareShareReport:Vikings Tried to Trade Griffen for ZeitlerBrad Rempel-USA TODAY SportsThe Vikings completed a contract restructure for Everson Griffen last month Eric Kendricks Jersey , but apparently that wasn’t all the Vikings front office had in mind for Griffen.Local Vikings beat writers Andrew Krammer and Ben Goessling reported recently that the Vikings were also near to completing a trade of Everson Griffen to the Cleveland Browns in exchange for guard Kevin Zeitler.Apparently the deal fell through at the last minute when Cleveland decided to do the Odell Beckham Jr. trade with the Giants that also landed them Oliver Vernon.That would have been a bold move for the Vikings, and would have netted them one of the best guards in the NFL in recent years in Kevin Zeitler, while also saving $1 million in salary cap space.It’s not out of the question that the Vikings may still look to trade Griffen at some point down the road, as his contract restructure was only for this year, and his salary cap hit is set to go up to almost $14 million next year and even higher in subsequent years.The Vikings are also reportedly looking to trade Trae Waynes, although that may be a little less urgent since Holton Hill’s suspension, but nevertheless could happen at some point this off-season - perhaps during the draft.The Vikings currently don’t have enough salary cap space to sign all of their draft picks, so something will have to give sooner or later.It’s also not out of the question that the Vikings could part ways with Riley Reiff, depending on what offensive linemen they land in the draft.Stay tuned.