clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

2020 NFL Draft: A newly updated list of the Minnesota Vikings’ picks

New, comments

Updated with the haul from the Diggs trade

NFL: NOV 03 Vikings at Chiefs Photo by William Purnell/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

UPDATE: The Vikings put out a clarification on which picks were involved in the Diggs trade, so we’re updating this list. The corrections are:

  • The sixth-rounder that the Vikings are receiving from the Bills is #201 overall, not #207.
  • The seventh-rounder that the Vikings are sending to Buffalo is #239 overall, not #219.

Our original post follows with the updated list of picks.


Well, since we brought you the complete list of the Minnesota Vikings’ selection in the 2020 NFL Draft a few days ago, quite a bit has changed. The Vikings traded away wide receiver Stefon Diggs, sending him to the Buffalo Bills for a wholllllllllllllllllllllllllllllle bunch of draft capital, so we thought it was only right that we provide an update on which selections the Vikings have now.

Rick Spielman and company are now up to 12 picks for this year’s Selection Meeting, and here’s where they all sit to the best of our knowledge.

  • Round 1, #22 overall (acquired from Buffalo)
  • Round 1, #25 overall
  • Round 2, #58 overall
  • Round 3, #89 overall
  • Round 3, #105 overall (Compensatory for loss of Sheldon Richardson)
  • Round 4, #132 overall
  • Round 5, #155 overall (acquired from Buffalo)
  • Round 5, #170 overall (traded to Baltimore for Kaare Vedvik. . .who traded it to Jacksonville for Calais Campbell)
  • Round 6, #201 overall (acquired from Buffalo)
  • Round 6, #205 overall
  • Round 7, #219 overall (acquired from Miami Dolphins in trade for Danny Isidora)
  • Round 7, #239 overall (traded to Buffalo)
  • Round 7, #249 overall (Compensatory for loss of Trevor Siemian)
  • Round 7, #253 overall (Compensatory for loss of Tom Compton)

That’s a ton of picks, and I’d be surprised if the Vikings were done at this point. They also received a 2021 fourth-round pick from Buffalo. I believe that we have the right picks here. . .the Bills had two fifth-round and three sixth-round picks, but the Pick Value Chart over at DraftTek has the Vikings owning the picks listed above.

Just as a warning, I’m probably also going to take a one-week break from the Mock Draft Database this week so that the mocks can recalibrate and adjust to the Vikings having two first-round picks. I did a similar thing in 2013 after the Percy Harvin trade so that all of the mocks could get caught up.

That’s a full accounting of the Minnesota Vikings 2020 NFL Draft selections as things stand right now. If things change, we’ll do another list.