5 prospects the Vikings should approach with caution in 2020

(Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) Raekwon Davis
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Quartney Davis – WR (Texas A&M)

The Vikings will likely be taking multiple wideouts in this year’s NFL Draft and if they are looking to add a guy on Day 3, Quartney Davis could be considered. While he has plenty of positive attributes, there are a lot of risks when it comes to Davis.

Davis does suffer from mental lapses at times which causes him to drop far too many passes. He also has a scary injury history as he tore his ACL early in his college career and it cost him his first two seasons.

He also lacks overall production. Davis was the top dog at Texas A&M, but his career numbers aren’t as impressive as one might think. He caught 99 balls for 1,201 yards and 11 touchdowns in his college career.

With his size and route-running ability, his numbers should’ve been quite a bit higher. He also came out early, when his final season in college wasn’t his best and a more productive year could’ve increased his stock.

These are definitely concerns about Davis, but the guy is an exceptional route-runner and he has NFL size. With this being a deep receiver class, the concerns will probably push him into the third day of the draft.

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While he could find a role for a team early in his career, he does come with plenty of question marks.