5 offensive prospects the Vikings should watch at the 2020 Senior Bowl

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The 2020 Reese’s Senior Bowl takes place this weekend. Who are five players the Minnesota Vikings should keep close tabs on during the game and the week of practices?

The Minnesota Vikings will be sending a bunch of coaches and scouts down to Mobile, Alabama this week to check out the players participating in the Senior Bowl. There are a ton of high-end prospects playing in this game. Many of these guys are drafted in the first and second rounds, and a few of the names who participated in recent years are Baker Mayfield, Garrett Bradbury, Carson Wentz, Daniel Jones, and Josh Allen.

This is the second big event on the way to the NFL Draft and the Vikings will be watching many of the offensive players who are taking part.

They have needs on the offensive side of the ball that they’ll need to address this offseason. Without a lot of cap space, the upgrades will have to come from the draft. Though their offensive line was better in 2019, it still needs competition at the top and better overall depth. They could use another wide receiver and could take a quarterback to groom for the future.

Here are five offensive prospects the Vikings should pay plenty of attention to during the Senior Bowl week and the game itself.

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