5 positions the Vikings could draft more than once in 2020

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The Minnesota Vikings have some major holes they’ll be looking to fill in the 2020 NFL Draft. What are some positions the team will address more than once?

The Minnesota Vikings enter the 2020 NFL Draft with 12 picks at their disposal. It’s a good thing they have so many selections as they have plenty of holes to fill on both sides of the football.

At a few of these holes, the Vikings need just one player to either improve depth or compete for a starting job. There are other positions, however, where the team could be set with their starters but the depth behind them is thinner than a chest hair.

It’s at these thin areas where Minnesota could look to draft multiple players this year. They could choose to hit one area multiple times early or they could spread the picks out.

The second method would essentially allow them to add a guy who could compete early for playing time and a player they could bury on the depth chart and look to develop over the course of a season or two.

So what are a few of the positions the Vikings could potentially use multiple picks to upgrade during this year’s NFL Draft?