Grading the Minnesota Vikings selections in the 2020 NFL Draft

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With the 2020 NFL Draft now in the rearview mirror, let’s dive into each pick the Minnesota Vikings made and give them a grade for how they did.

The Minnesota Vikings ended the 2020 NFL Draft with a total of 15 picks through seven rounds. They came into the week of the draft with the needs of another wide receiver, quality outside cornerbacks, offensive line help, and someone that can be an impact player on the edge for their defense.

The Vikings did fairly well to address these needs and walked away from the draft with some talented players who could make an impact early in their careers.

While having expectations of these young players becoming stars in their first year in the league is absurd, the majority of these picks made by Minnesota should find their way onto the field during their rookie year and fans should be excited to see what they bring to the table.

So let’s dive into each pick that the Vikings made during the 2020 NFL Draft and give each selection a grade.