5 players rising up the Vikings 2024 draft board after the Senior Bowl and 3 falling

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The East-West Shrine Bowl and the Senior Bowl are in the books. Who are some of the prospects that moved up and down the Minnesota Vikings 2024 NFL Draft board?

The 2024 East-West Shrine Bowl and Senior Bowl are in the books, marking the completion of the first steps on the road to this year's NFL Draft for the Minnesota Vikings and the other 31 teams around the league.

Plenty of highly regarded prospects attended these events, getting their first feel of NFL plays, rules, coaches, scouts, and general managers.

These players went through a full week of practice where their every rep was highly scrutinized. They also met with the Vikings and other teams and had their first chance to get to know representatives from where they could potentially be calling home in just a few months.

Some prospects thrived under the pressure. Some played to the level that was expected of them, and others exceeded those expectations, putting themselves on the radars of teams who may otherwise not have been looking at them too closely.

Again, this is just the first step in a long draft season process, but each step impacts a prospect's draft standing.

During the last week, some players' stocks went up, while others went down.

Let's look at five prospects who should be rising up Minnesota's 2024 draft board and three who should be falling after this year's Senior Bowl and East-West Shrine Bowl.

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