Who are the six best players left on the board that the Minnesota Vikings should target on the second day of the 2020 NFL Draft?
The Minnesota Vikings were able to fill two major holes on their depth chart during the first night of the 2020 NFL Draft while getting great value for both of their selections.
At pick No. 22, wide receiver Justin Jefferson from LSU was still on the board for the Vikings to grab. Jefferson was coming off a huge season in 2019 where he caught 111 passes for 1,540 yards and 18 touchdowns.
This kid makes his living working out of the slot and his combination of size and speed will be very dangerous for opposing defenses.
Minnesota later moved down from pick No. 25 all the way to pick No. 31, but they were still able to land former TCU cornerback Jeff Gladney.
While Gladney is undersized at 5-foot-10, he plays with a crazy amount of energy, has exceptional ball skills, and he is more than willing to make a tackle. Both of these rookies could start in year one and they should make a major impact on the 2020 season for the Vikings.
While Minnesota’s first two picks were dynamite, there are still plenty of holes to fill on the team’s roster. Luckily for the Vikings, there are a lot of prospects with first-round grades who are still on the board.
So who are three players on offense and three players on defense that Minnesota should target on Day 2 of the 2020 NFL Draft?