Eight down…Two to go.
The Minnesota Vikings came to terms with 29th overall draft pick, safety Harrison Smith on Thursday, according to the Pioneer Press. The deal is supposedly for four years, with a fifth year option.
The Vikings traded back into the first round in order to draft Smith, who is likely to be a starter from day one. During his time at Notre Dame, Smith registered 307 tackles and seven interceptions.
The fourth overall pick OT Matt Kalil and third-round pick CB Josh Robinson remain unsigned, but were in attendance at Vikings OTAs this week.