Vikings Draft 2020: Post-Super Bowl seven-round mock draft

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The Super Bowl is over and the official 2020 NFL Draft order is set. No better time than now to do a Minnesota Vikings seven-round mock draft.

With the Super Bowl commencing last week, the 2019 NFL season has officially come to an end. With its dawn, a new season arises and that is the mock draft season.

Yes, with the draft order set, mock drafts will be appearing like freckles on a redhead in the summertime. The East-West Shrine Bowl and Senior Bowl have already occurred and these two events have helped better slot some of this year’s prospects.

Things will continue to shake up with the Combine at the end of February and Pro Days in March and April. Free agency will also muddy the draft waters, as teams will fill some of their biggest needs with proven commodities.

For now, the Minnesota Vikings will be looking to fill holes at cornerback, offensive tackle, wide receiver, and safety. They could also look to find a quarterback to groom for the future and add some young blood on the defensive line.

Vikings general manager Rick Spielman will be looking to find value with all his choices and if it isn’t there, he isn’t afraid to move down the board. He also has shown in the past he has the guts to move up for the man he covets, so anything can happen when it comes to Minnesota and the draft.

Before that all goes down in April, let’s attempt to predict what the Vikings might do with all of their selections in the 2020 NFL Draft.

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