Myles Dorn, like Brian Cole, brings a lot of size to the defensive backfield. Dorn is listed at 6-foot-2 and 205 pounds and has tree limbs for arms. He strikes me as a clone of Jayron Kearse, who played a huge role for the Vikings in his brief career with the team.
Dorn uses his length to break up passes and reach for ball-carriers in space. He finished his senior season with 83 tackles, two interceptions, and six pass deflections, all of which were career highs. In each of his final three seasons, Dorn recorded two interceptions and at least 2.5 tackles for loss for the Tar Heels.
The main concern with Dorn is that he is not the same level of athlete as the other two guys that are competing for the backup safety spot. He lacks the speed to close in space and is a bit stiff in the hips, making for some challenges in the run game. However, Dorn is solid in pass coverage and does a good job of running with receivers and keeping his eyes on the ball.
If the Vikings really want to replicate the production of Jayron Kearse and add length back into the secondary, Dorn is the best candidate.