The Vikings are continuing to hammer out deals for their draft class in advance of this weekend's rookie minicamp, which starts Friday.
Five of the team's eight picks have agreed to terms, including second-rounder Mackensie Alexander, a cornerback from Clemson.
Four players who agreed Wednesday were Alexander; sixth-round pick David Morgan II, a tight end from Texas-San Antonio, and seventh-rounders Jayron Kearse, a former Clemson safety, and Stephen Weatherly, a defensive end from Vanderbilt.
Sixth-round pick Moritz Boehringer, the wide receiver from Germany, signed his contract Monday night. He was the first NFL draft pick to sign this year and had a good reason for it. He got it done early so he could try to acquire a work visa in time for the rookie minicamp.
First-round selection Laquon Treadwell, a wide receiver from Mississippi, is not yet in the fold. Nor are fourth-rounder Willie Beavers, an offensive tackle from Western Michigan, and fifth-rounder Kentrell Brothers, a Missouri linebacker.
The team's draft picks and 10 undrafted free agents who have signed contracts will participate in the rookie minicamp along with several invited unsigned free agents.