5 players the Vikings will regret passing on in the 2020 NFL Draft

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The Minnesota Vikings had some tough decisions to make during the 2020 NFL Draft. Who are some players they may wish they didn’t pass on?

The Minnesota Vikings added 15 players to their team during the draft this year. They had a lot of holes to fill with their picks and for the most part, they addressed each of them.

During a draft, tough decisions have to be made as there are times when two prospects who have equal value are both on the board at the same time. Decisions then have to be made about which one to take. This is when debates from scouts and coaches begin to get heated and ultimately a choice is reached.

This can lead to good players who could’ve helped a team getting passed on. Sometimes though, teams pass for other reasons.

Perhaps they feel more comfortable with their current depth chart than the general media or their fan base and pass on a player who is a perceived need. Also, they may know something about a prospect that hasn’t been made known to the public as far as their health or character concerns.

However, every year players emerge and many times these guys could’ve been selected by the Vikings instead of the player they chose to take. So who are five players Minnesota could end up regretting their decision to pass on during the 2020 NFL Draft?