The dominos fell fast and furiously for the Vikings, first with the huge trade that sent Percy Harvin to Seattle and gained the Vikings another first-round pick in the 2013 draft. The Vikings then went out and filled their biggest need by signing Greg Jennings to be their No. 1 receiver. Adding Matt Cassel to back up Christian Ponder was another nice move by general manager Rick Spielman.
Now all eyes turn to the draft, where Minnesota now has two first-round picks and nine other selections over the three days. The Vikings will more than likely bundle up at least a couple of those picks to move themselves up or down in the draft depending on who they've targeted and how the draft plays out.
Coming off a surprising 10-6 season with a playoff appearance, the Vikings are still a team with some glaring holes that need to be addressed early in the 2013 draft.
What Spielman and the Vikings personnel department have going in their favor is that this is a fairly deep draft in the positions that they covet, most notably at receiver, interior defense and at linebacker.
Here we give you a look at who the Vikings might take in every round, with options depending on who else is taken and when.
All combine stats via NFL.com.