Redrafting the Minnesota Vikings 2023 rookie class

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The 2023 NFL Draft saw the Minnesota Vikings add six players to their roster. The question is, did they make the right decisions?

The 2023 NFL Draft probably seemed like a completely different beast compared to 2022 for the Minnesota Vikings and their staff.

With 10 draft picks in 2022, Vikings general manager Kwesi Adofo-Mensah was able to at least attempt to fill a number of holes on his roster. In 2023, Adofo-Mensah had a full offseason with his front office and his scouts to create a game plan for how they'll evaluate prospects.

The only problem was Minnesota only had five picks at their disposal before the start of this year's draft.

With multiple holes in key positions, it was not going to be an easy weekend for the Vikings brass. The good news was that the 2023 draft pool had multiple positions that were deep in terms of talent. Looking at the actual draft class for Minnesota, a few of their decisions definitely raised some eyebrows.

With that being said, let's take a crack at how the Vikings should have used their limited amount of selections in this 2023 redraft.