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Minnesota Vikings 2020 NFL Draft: Last Year’s Draft:

1-18: Garrett Bradbury, C (North Carolina State)
2-50: Irv Smith Jr., TE (Alabama)
3-102: Alexander Mattison, RB (Boise State)
4-114: Dru Samia, G (Oklahoma)
5-162: Cameron Smith, LB (USC)
6-190: Armon Watts, DT (Arkansas)
6-191: Marcus Epps, DB (Wyoming)
6-193: Oli Udoh, T (Elon)
7-217: Kris Boyd, CB (Texas)
7-239: Dillon Mitchell, WR (Oregon)
7-247: Olabisi Johnson, WR (Colorado State)
7-250: Austin Cutting, LS (Air Force)

Minnesota Vikings 2020 NFL Draft: 2018 Draft

1-30: Mike Hughes, CB (UCF)
2-62: Brian O’Neill, T (Pittsburgh)
4-102: Jalyn Holmes, DE (Ohio State)
5-157: Tyler Conklin, TE (Central Michigan)
5-167: Daniel Carlson, K (Auburn)
6-213: Colby Gossett, G (Appalachian State)
6-218: Ade Aruna, DE (Tulane)
7-225: Devante Downs, LB (California)

Draft Grade: Mission Accomplished

With a loaded roster except at one place- the offensive line, the Vikings had a clear mandate for this draft. They ended up with the best center, a proven and NFL ready guard, and an additional developmental tackle, they attacked that need with authority.

Sprinkled in between these offensive line prospects were a few extra prospects that can help them right away. They grabbed one of the best TE’s, and that can only help their offensive line woes.

They will also be able to have a healthy competition for the third and fourth WR spots, as they added two prospects late.

Watts is a beast, and allows them to have a little more meat for when they need to stop the run.

GM: Rick Spielman

Head Coach: Mike Zimmer

Offensive Coordinator: Gary Kubiak

Defensive Coordinator: Adam Zimmer & Andre Patterson

Offensive Scheme: West Coast

Defensive Scheme: 4-3, Attacking

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