The Minnesota Vikings have drafted Texas A&M quarterback Kellen Mond, with their first of four third-round picks.
He's a potential successor to Kirk Cousins.
Mond was the No. 66 overall pick and the seventh quarterback off the board. Five went in the first 15 selections.
Mond was a four-year starter for the Aggies.
He has the ability to be the type of dual-threat player that’s the trend at his position in the NFL.
He is the highest-drafted quarterback by the Vikings since Christian Ponder was their first-round pick in 2011.