Round 4: Nate Davis, G – Charlotte
Bringing in talent on the offensive line has to be a priority. With Mike Remmers likely being a cap casualty and the future of Nick Eason being up in the air, finding two starters at guard could be a massive challenge for the Vikings.
With one pick already being used on Cody Ford, it shouldn’t be surprising to see the team double dip at the position early. Riley Reiff, Pat Elflein, and Brian O’Neill should all return as starters, but there are still question marks at guard and swing tackle.
Nate Davis is a consistent player on the offensive line, and that could be one of the most appealing things about him. He started 37 of his 40 game career and has an impressive resume of awards and honors.
The six-foot-three and 311-pound lineman would immediately compete for a starting role and hopefully be a bit of a draft steal in the sixth round. If nothing, the Vikings adding more talented bodies to their roster to duke it out would be a big win.