Vikings Draft 2024: Post-Super Bowl 7-round mock draft

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Sixth-Round Pick (189th Overall)

Ladarius Henderson - G/T (Michigan)

Finally, the Vikings add some depth to the interior offensive line. It seems like they can never have enough investments into the interior and there is a constant desire for competition at all of the three interior spots.

While I think Ed Ingram and Garrett Bradbury were mostly fine last season, there will be folks who want to improve at those spots, but it is not as easy as it seems. Quality offensive linemen do not hit free agency very often, and with so many draft needs, the Vikings can only fill certain holes immediately.

With three first-round picks and a second-round pick on the offensive line already, there really cannot be an argument that the Vikings haven't tried to fix the line. However, Dalton Risner is a free agent, and if he does not re-sign, there will be a massive need there since they traded Ezra Cleveland last season.

Ladarius Henderson started his career as a left tackle at Arizona State but eventually moved over to guard and spent his grad transfer season at Michigan, where he once again started 10 games at left tackle.

Henderson was also named to the first-team All Big Ten team by coaches and earned player of the week honors twice in his lone season with the Wolverines. His flexibility along the left side could come in handy with Christian Darrisaw's injury history and an open spot at left guard currently.