Minnesota Vikings Draft 2023: Prospect meeting tracker

(Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images) Will Levis
(Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images) Will Levis /

As the Minnesota Vikings attempt to figure out how to use their picks in this year’s NFL Draft, which 2023 prospects have they met with this offseason?

With the Minnesota Vikings not expected to have a ton of cap space when free agency begins this offseason, how they choose to use their selections in the 2023 NFL Draft is likely going to be extremely important.

So far this year, the Vikings have been doing their homework on some of the most intriguing 2023 prospects. Minnesota has already met with a number of prospects this offseason, so who are some of the guys they’ve spoken to so far?

Minnesota Vikings 2023 NFL Draft prospect meeting tracker

Below is the list of 2023 prospects the Vikings have met with this year (according to multiple reports).


  • Will Levis (Kentucky)
  • Anthony Richardson (Florida)
  • Dorian Thompson-Robinson (UCLA)

Running Backs

  • Zach Evans (Mississippi)
  • Mo Ibrahim (Minnesota)
  • DeWayne McBride (UAB)
  • Tyjae Spears (Tulane)

Wide Receivers

  • Zay Flowers (Boston College)
  • Bryce Ford-Wheaton (West Virginia)

Tight Ends

  • Darnell Washington (Georgia)

Offensive Linemen

  • Anthony Bradford – OT (LSU)
  • Brent Laing – OG (Minnesota-Duluth)
  • John Michael Schmitz – C (Minnesota)
  • Olu Oluwatimi – C (Michigan)

Defensive Linemen

  • Karl Brooks – DT (Bowling Green)
  • Gervon Dexter – DT (Florida)

Edge Rushers

  • Isaiah Foskey (Notre Dame)


  • DeMarvion Overshown (Texas)


  • Julius Brents (Kansas State)
  • Joey Porter Jr. (Penn State)
  • Eli Ricks (Alabama)
  • Kelee Ringo (Georgia)
  • Cam Smith (South Carolina)
  • Terell Smith (Minnesota)
  • D’Jordan Strong (Coastal Carolina)


  • Justin Broiles (Oklahoma)

*Information via WalterFootball.comnfltraderumors.co, the Star Tribune’s Andrew Krammer, TDT Media’s MJ Hurley, and SGPN’s Dave Heilman.

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