Vikings Draft 2020: 5 prospects who moved up after the Senior Bowl

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Who are five prospects that should be moving up the draft board for the Minnesota Vikings after the week down in Mobile at the Senior Bowl?

The Senior Bowl is the second biggest event for the Minnesota Vikings and other teams around the NFL in the pre-draft process and this year’s game has come to an end. The North team took the win over the South with a final score of 34-17.

The week of Senior Bowl practices leading up to the game is even more important than the contest itself, as many pro scouts prefer seeing these prospects in one-on-one situations. Teams from around the league also get to meet with the players during the week and by the time the game rolls around, they have a good feeling about what makes some of these guys tick.

Many prospects on both sides of the ball made the most out of their opportunity at this year’s Senior Bowl. They came ready to go and wowed scouts with some aspects of their game that didn’t necessarily show up on film.

The Vikings had a number of people down in Mobile, Alabama this week and got a first-hand look at these prospects. Some are moving up Minnesota’s board after the practices and games and some have probably slid down a few spots.

Of everyone they saw, who are five players the Vikings should be moving up their 2020 draft board after this year’s Senior Bowl?

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