Vikings Draft 2024: Full 7-round mock draft following the 2023 regular season

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Fourth-Round Pick No. 2 (128th overall)

Mohamed Kamara - EDGE (Colorado State)

Colorado State's Mohamed Kamara has been a very productive edge rusher over the past few seasons and has earned a shot at the next level.

While he is a bit undersized for an edge rusher in the NFL, Kamara has shown the ability to make splashes.

He can line up with a hand in the dirt or as a stand-up rusher and make an impact in a rotation for the Vikings.

If Danielle Hunter returns, Minnesota will still need to add pass rushers to compliment him, which has not been easy.

Kamara has a quick first step, solid athleticism, and a motor that simply does not stop. His tape against Colorado is some of the most exciting tape out there.

The intensity of that rivalry at the peak of Colorado's hype this season put that matchup on a national level, and Kamara shined.

He finished the game with five tackles, 2.0 tackles for loss, and 2.0 sacks and gave the Rams a chance to win the game.

The Vikings would be smart to invest in players who value winning over anything else to flip the culture after a down season.

On Day 3, the goal is to land a player who makes the roster and can hopefully make an impact, even if it is minimal, by the end of his second season.

Kamara in this range would be a dart worth throwing for a team with as many holes as Minnesota.