The Vikings’ draft class is almost wrapped up. On Tuesday, the Vikings announced the signing of first-round center Garrett Bradbury.
Bradbury, a North Carolina State product, was taken with the No. 18 overall pick last month. In his final year on campus, Bradbury won the Dave Rimington Trophy, which is awarded to the best center in college football. The converted tight end is believed to be NFL-ready thanks to his core strength and blocking IQ.
With Bradbury signed, the Vikings have just one straggler left in Air Force long snapper Austin Cutting. Cutting, a seventh-round pick, reported to rookie minicamp after signing an injury protection agreement instead of his rookie contract. Cutting says he’s not signing “out of respect to letting the Air Force eventually give a final decision of if he can play in 2019.”
Here’s the full rundown of Minnesota’s frosh class:
- 1-18: Garrett Bradbury, C (North Carolina State): Signed
- 2-50: Irv Smith Jr., TE (Alabama): Signed
- 3-102: Alexander Mattison, RB (Boise State): Signed
- 4-114: Dru Samia, G (Oklahoma): Signed
- 5-162: Cameron Smith, LB (USC): Signed
- 6-190: Armon Watts, DT (Arkansas): Signed
- 6-191: Marcus Epps, DB (Wyoming): Signed
- 6-193: Oli Udoh, T (Elon): Signed
- 7-217: Kris Boyd, CB (Texas): Signed
- 7-239: Dillon Mitchell, WR (Oregon): Signed
- 7-247: Olabisi Johnson, WR (Colorado State): Signed
- 7-250: Austin Cutting, LS (Air Force)
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