The Vikings signed at least five of 11 draft picks, including first-round tackle Christian Darrisaw, before Friday's start of a three-day rookie minicamp.
Fourth-round safety Camryn Bynum, fifth-round receiver Ihmir Smith-Marsette, sixth-round tight end Zach Davidson, and seventh-round defensive tackle Jaylen Twyman also agreed to terms, according to league sources.
Darrisaw, who was picked 23rd overall, will get a four-year deal worth a fully-guaranteed $13.346 million, according to the NFL's rookie wage scale. The Virginia Tech left tackle receives a $7.066 million signing bonus as part of the contract, and would be eligible for a fifth-year option in 2025 if the Vikings decide to pick it up after the 2024 season.
Rookies are not required to be signed before the weekend's minicamp, which runs through Sunday. All NFL draft picks ink four-year contracts with salaries slotted by where they were selected in the draft.