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

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Myles Dorn – S (North Carolina)

The Vikings drafted two safeties late in the 2020 NFL Draft and added this big thumper from North Carolina after it was over. Myles Dorn, talent-wise, is about on par with the players Minnesota drafted this year and he will be battling with them to make the team.

Dorn loves playing close to the line of scrimmage and working downhill on his way to laying bone-crushing hits. He had a very productive college career with the Tar Heels, racking up a total of 240 tackles (10.5 for a loss), 13 pass breakups, and six interceptions.

Dorn does struggle a bit in pass coverage, but has great size at 6-foot-2 and 205 pounds that should prevent him from getting physically outmatched.

Dorn has a good shot to make the Vikings final 2020 roster if he can impress in the preseason. Obviously, Anthony Harris and Harrison Smith will likely be the starters and while rookies Josh Metellus and Brian Cole II are the favorites to earn the backup safety jobs, Dorn should have a fair shot too.

With his build and downhill attacking style, he should be a special teams standout and that is where he could make his mark. Minnesota usually has at least one or two undrafted free agents make the final squad every year and Dorn has to be considered as one of the favorites to do it in 2020.