Top 10 sleepers for the Vikings heading into the 2023 NFL Draft

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Andrei Iosivas - WR (Princeton)

2022 Stats: 

  • 66 receptions
  • 943 receiving yards
  • 7 touchdowns

Despite being a gifted athlete with an ideal 6-foot-3, 200-pound frame, Iosivas might go unnoticed in the deep 2023 wide receiver class.

As a former track athlete, he possesses exceptional route running skills and has a penchant for catching difficult passes. However, his competition level in the NCAA Ivy League Conference is viewed skeptically in comparison to the NFL.

Moreover, he ran a limited route tree in the Princeton offense, which might require additional time to learn more complex playbooks at the professional level.

Despite these challenges, his exceptional athletic profile makes him a low-risk, high-reward prospect, projected to be picked towards the end of the draft.

The former decathlete has demonstrated his potential by being highly productive over the past two seasons at Princeton.

Although he needs to work on improving his fundamentals, Iosivas possesses raw abilities that can't be taught, making him an enticing prospect. He could become a fifth receiver for a team and provide value with his developing talent.