The Minnesota Vikings will have 10 picks in the upcoming 2012 draft. We are fairly sure that they will use their first-round selection to pick tackle Matt Kalil from USC.
They might decide to go defense, and take LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne, but that is a long shot. Probably even longer if you believe he scored just a four on his Wonderlic test.
They need help in the defensive secondary, badly. No other team got burned deep more than the Vikings did last year.
When you look at the list of corners and safeties the Vikings have drafted after the first round in the last decade, they've swung and missed quite a bit.
Here are some potential difference makers the Vikings should consider when using their later-round picks.