4 Vikings undrafted free agents who could make the team in 2020

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The Minnesota Vikings signed 12 players who went undrafted this year. Who are the four with the best chance to make the team’s final 2020 roster?

The NFL Draft doesn’t end when Mr. Irrelevant is revealed. Even during the seventh round teams are calling players they think may go undrafted trying to convince them to sign with their clubs. The Minnesota Vikings were no exception this year.

Despite drafting 15 players, the Vikings added another dozen rookies after the draft concluded. Minnesota brought in seven on the offensive side of the ball and five on defense.

Some of these undrafted players play positions that will allow them to have an easier time attempting to make the team than others. But if they can impress in training camp and the preseason, it doesn’t matter who is ahead of them on the depth chart.

Brandon Dillon from a season ago is a perfect example. With Kyle Rudolph, Irv Smith Jr., and Tyler Conklin ahead of him on the Vikings tight end depth chart, Dillon’s chances of making the team seemed very slim. But he had an outstanding preseason and shocked many when he was named to the final roster.

So who are some of the Vikings’ 2020 undrafted free agents with the best shot of making the final roster for the upcoming season?