5 prospects the Vikings could target on Day 2 of the 2023 NFL Draft
By Nik Edlund
Prospect No. 4
O'Cyrus Torrence - OG (Florida)
The Vikings could look to bolster the interior of their offensive line in this draft. Ed Ingram is still a question mark at right guard, and it's unclear if the Vikings are willing or want to commit to Ezra Cleveland long-term.
If they do decide to upgrade the guard position, a guy who slipped out of round one, and could continue to fall is Florida's O'Cyrus Torrence. Torrence is a big-bodied, barrel-chested brute whose size makes it extremely difficult for pass rushers to get around.
He is technically sound and didn't draw a single flag in 2022. He also was able to stand his ground against Jalen Carter, and that is pretty dang impressive.
There are some concerns about his overall athletic ability and if he'll be able to mirror quicker and more athletic defensive linemen.
That being said, Torrence is a very solid and clean prospect. He likely won't make it to the Vikings' pick at 87, but if he does, they'll have to think long and hard about pulling the trigger because he could end up being a major upgrade over Ingram.