Who are some of the best players left on the board that the Minnesota Vikings should target with their 13 picks on Day 3 of the 2020 NFL Draft?
The Minnesota Vikings added two players to their squad on the second night of the 2020 NFL Draft. The Vikings found their left tackle of the future in Boise State’s Ezra Cleveland and, once again, they addressed their issues at cornerback by bringing in big Cameron Dantzler.
These were both a couple of solid moves that improved the depth of two areas of need for Minnesota. While they filled two holes on Friday night, the Vikings have many more that still need to be plugged during the final four rounds of the draft on Saturday.
Minnesota traded down from their second pick in the third round on Friday and out of the third round altogether. They now have 13 selections on Saturday and they can use these picks to address areas of need like safety, defensive tackle, guard, and perhaps wide receiver.
So who are some of the prospects left on the board that the Vikings should look to add on the final day of the 2020 NFL Draft?