The Vikings signed three more draft picks Wednesday.
Agreeing to four-year, rookie deals are punter Jeff Locke, a fifth-round pick from UCLA; and offensive linemen Travis Bond, a seventh rounder from North Carolina, and Jeff Baca, a sixth rounder from UCLA.
Only the team’s first round picks -- Sharrif Floyd, Xavier Rhodes and Cordarrelle Patterson --haven’t reached agreements.
On Tuesday, the Vikings signed linebackers Gerald Hodges (fourth round) and Michael Mauti (seventh round), and defensive tackle Everett Dawkins (seventh round).
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