Which Vikings rookie will make the biggest impact in 2019?

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Which member of their 2019 draft class has the best chance to make the biggest impact for the Minnesota Vikings during the upcoming season?

Throughout their history as a professional football franchise, the Minnesota Vikings have had a number of rookies come in and make name for themselves during their first year on the team.

Within the last 30 years, the Vikings have seen guys like Randy Moss, Percy Harvin, Adrian Peterson, Anthony Barr, Kevin Williams, Chad Greenway, and Harrison Smith all come in and make an immediate impact as rookies.

Six Minnesota players have played so well during their very first seasons that they earned the league’s award for Offensive Rookie of the Year. But no one in a Vikings uniform has been given the honor since 2009.

This season, Minnesota has a few players from their 2019 draft class who have the potential to make a difference in their first year with the team. Considering the Vikings added 12 guys during this year’s NFL Draft, chances seem pretty decent that at least one of them will make a significant impact during their rookie season.

So of all the new players that Minnesota just added to their roster during the draft, which four have the best shot at making a big difference in 2019?