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2016 Daily Norseman Big Board: Spots 26-30

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IMPORTANT NOTE: I accidentally left Noah Spence on the board from last go-around. He has now been replaced by Baylor OT Spencer Drango. Unfortunately, that means votes that had been cast are now gone. If you cast your votes already, please re-cast them. My apologies for the error. -Chris

It's time to complete the Top 30 on our 2016 Daily Norseman Big Board for the 2016 NFL Draft. To recap, in case you've missed anything so far, the Top 25 selections by our readers look like this:

Rank Player Position College
1 Laremy Tunsil OT Mississippi
2 Jalen Ramsey CB Florida State
3 Myles Jack LB UCLA
4 Laquon Treadwell WR Mississippi
5 Josh Doctson WR Texas Christian
6 Joey Bosa DE Ohio State
7 Ronnie Stanley OT Notre Dame
8 DeForest Buckner DE Oregon
9 Ezekiel Elliott RB Ohio State
10 Darron Lee LB Ohio State
11 Vernon Hargreaves CB Florida
12 Jack Conklin OT Michigan State
13 Andrew Billings DT Baylor
14 Shaq Lawson DE Clemson
15 Reggie Ragland LB Alabama
16 Taylor Decker OT Ohio State
17 Sheldon Rankins DT Louisville
18 Leonard Floyd LB Georgia
19 Corey Coleman WR Baylor
20 Jaylon Smith LB Notre Dame
21 Eli Apple CB Ohio State
22 Michael Thomas WR Ohio State
23 A'Shawn Robinson DT Alabama
24 Robert Nkemdiche DL Mississippi
25 Noah Spence DE/OLB Eastern Kentucky

I think everyone knows the drill by this point. You're deciding who you would want the Minnesota Vikings to take if they came up in the 2016 NFL Draft and the pool of players listed were all available for them to choose from. You can pick your top 5 players from this group based on any criteria that you wish.

Points for this round are as follows:

26th-place vote: 5 points
27th-place vote: 4 points
28th-place vote: 3 points
29th-place vote: 2 points
30th-place vote: 1 point

With that, here are the choices for this round of voting, ladies and gentlemen. Feel free to talk about your selections in the comments with your fellow voters.