5 players the Minnesota Vikings regret not drafting in 2020

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Which rookies do the Minnesota Vikings regret passing on in the 2020 NFL Draft?

The Minnesota Vikings had a very good 2020 draft class. They landed a superstar in Justin Jefferson who went on to set rookie receiving records. The Vikings also landed two starters at corner, a starter at guard or potentially at left tackle, and an edge rusher who showed plenty of pass rush ability.

Minnesota got a lot of run out of their 2020 draft class and while it was a good haul overall, there are some picks the team wishes they could have back.

If the Vikings could go back in time after seeing how the 2020 season unfolded, perhaps they would’ve chosen differently during last year’s draft.

Plenty of players from the first round of the draft and beyond performed at a very high level and they appear to be studs who will be long-time contributors to the team that was wise enough to select them. Minnesota could have been that team for some of these guys.

So who are some of the players the Vikings wish they would’ve taken in the draft when they had the chance last April?