Vikings' draft picks set

MINNEAPOLIS -- After the Seattle Seahawks' 43-8 win over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII guaranteed the Seahawks would have the final pick in each round of the 2014 NFL draft, the Vikings' list of selections was set.

As you might remember, the Seahawks owe the Vikings their third-round pick to complete last year's trade that sent Percy Harvin to Seattle. That pick will be the 96th overall, giving the Vikings eight selections at the moment. General manager Rick Spielman typically says his goal is to have 10 picks in each draft, and the Vikings might have a chance to add a couple more if they move back in the first round of the May draft. It seems unlikely they'll get any compensatory picks, based on the fact the top free agent they signed (wide receiver Greg Jennings) made more money and got more playing time than anyone they lost.

Here is the Vikings' full list of draft picks, though the numbers of the picks in the middle rounds could change because of compensatory selections. For the second year in a row, the Vikings will have four picks in the top 100. If they were interested in moving up, they'd have some collateral to do so.

Round 1: No. 8 (8 overall)

Round 2: No. 8 (40)

Round 3: No. 8 (72), No. 32 (96)

Round 4: No. 8 (104)

Round 5: No. 8 (136)

Round 6: No. 8 (168)

Round 7: No. 8 (200)