6 wide receivers the Vikings could select in the 2020 NFL Draft

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Quartney Davis – WR (Texas A&M)


  • Height: 6-foot-1 | Weight: 202 pounds

2019 Stats:

  • 54 catches
  • 616 yards (11.4 average)
  • 4 touchdowns

Quartney Davis put together some strong film during his time at Texas A&M. If you want a guy that can play a similar playstyle to Stefon Diggs, this is the guy.

Davis is not going to bring the elite level of route-running combined with strong hands, but he does give you that twitchy type of route-running that is very deceptive in addition to his decent pair of hands.

Injuries are going to be a concern for a team that ends up taking a shot on Davis. He missed a lot of time during his college career due to injury and he also tore his ACL in 2016.

Being on the field is the most important thing when looking at draft prospects and if a guy couldn’t consistently stay healthy in college, then there is a genuine concern that he won’t be able to in the NFL either.

While there aren’t as many of the Diggs-type of players in this draft compared to the bigger types of outside receivers, Davis could be an intriguing option for the Vikings.

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He should be a good option to develop, kind of like Minnesota did with Diggs when they took him on Day 3 of the 2015 NFL Draft.