Yes, the Vikings made sure to add cornerbacks during the 2020 NFL Draft and they potentially found two starters in doing so. However, if they do not hit on those picks, Minnesota will not be afraid to go back into the cornerback pool in 2021.
There are still serious concerns with the lack of depth at corner for the Vikings next season. Mike Hughes is the only player on the roster with meaningful experience at the position and he has a bit of an injury history. Minnesota is certainly not done with their cornerback room just yet.
2021 offers some interesting names for the Vikings to consider once again. Ohio State’s Shaun Wade was a potential first-round pick in 2020 before he decided to return to school. The same goes for Paulson Adebo, a long cornerback out of Stanford who possesses incredible ball skills.
A sleeper to keep in mind during the early stages is Caleb Farley out of Virginia Tech. Farley, a 6-foot-2 cornerback, does a great job of playing physically at the line and tracking the ball down the field.