Vikings Draft 2024: Seven-round offense only mock draft

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Fourth-Round Pick No. 2 (130th Overall)

Beaux Limmer - C (Arkansas)

The Vikings could stand to upgrade at center over Garrett Bradbury. Bradbury was playing decently after getting a second contract with the team, but his play tailed off toward the end of the season, even earning a zero grade in pass protection in one game.

It's unlikely the Vikings will flat-out cut him, but seeing them bring in a center to compete for his spot could and should happen. If they wait until the fourth round to do so, Beaux Limmer from Arkansas could be their man.

Limmer stands 6-foot-4 and tips the scales at 304 pounds. He plays mean using his violent hands to consistently attack and push back the defender.

Limmer is a very good athlete who has the agility and speed to get to the second level. He's a solid run-blocker and has all the tools to be in the league for a very long time.

There are some technique concerns with Limmer. He sometimes gets very sloppy and relies on his athleticism and power when pass-blocking.

Again, he's a guy the Vikings can bring in and develop to be Bradbury's successor, and there would even be hope that he could usurp him on the depth chart in camp.