Fourth-Round Pick No. 1
Dorian Singer - WR (USC)
The Vikings currently have two fourth-round selections thanks to trades from last season. They do not have a third-round pick due to the T.J. Hockenson trade, but they do retain a fourth-round pick from the Eagles after Jalen Reagor failed to meet the conditions of the trade.
With their first selection in the fourth round, Minnesota selects USC wide receiver Dorian Singer. The Vikings already have a pair of dynamic receivers, but K.J. Osborn has taken a step back this season, and the Vikings need to add another option for Drake Maye.
USC is loaded on offense, and Singer is a player who stands out as a Day 3 option if he slides out of the Day 2 conversation. Singer, a Minnesota native, is listed at 6-foot-0 and 180 pounds, but he plays a lot bigger than his frame.
He does an excellent job of high-pointing the ball and using his soft hands to come down with difficult catches in traffic. His downfield threat will open things up for Justin Jefferson and be the sort of player that Jordan Addison has been so far in his rookie season.
An offense can never have too many weapons to utilize. With how the board fell, Singer was the best option for the Vikings. They need another option in the passing game.