5 prospects moving up the Vikings draft board after the 2020 Combine

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Which five prospects should be moving up the draft board of the Minnesota Vikings after their week at the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine?

All of the tests have been run and the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine is in the books. Plenty of future pro talent was put under the microscope both in interviews and in the on-the-field workouts.

Some guys performed to their expected levels, some exceeded them, and others didn’t quite live up to expectations. The Combine is the second-biggest step on the way to the draft and players are really starting to fall and lock into their draft slots.

The Minnesota Vikings had a lot of coaches and staff in attendance at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis during this year’s Combine. They got to not just watch these guys workout and go through drills, but meet many of them face-to-face.

The Combine is a great tool to separate prospects who are lumped together and the Vikings will surely have plenty of movement on their draft board after watching these players.

Let’s go over some of the prospects who performed well and should be moving up Minnesota’s draft board following their performance at this year’s Combine.