Reviewing the Minnesota Vikings' 5 Biggest Scouting Combine Takeaways

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Reviewing the Minnesota Vikings' 5 Biggest Scouting Combine Takeaways
Daniel Shirey-USA TODAY Sports
Alec Ogletree is a prospect Minnesota will consider if he's available at No. 23.

With the conclusion of the NFL combine, the Minnesota Vikings hope that they have learned something about some prospects that they can use to make informed decisions toward their 2013 draft.

Their five biggest needs (outside linebacker, middle linebacker, defensive tackle, offensive guard and wide receiver) will guide their 2013 draft and should have been the five positions they were scouting closest while in Indianapolis.

And those are the five positions I will focus on here.

Minnesota, and the rest of us, learned some things about a variety of players Minnesota may be eyeballing with its first two picks in 2013, given its needs.

All five positions will be addressed in this slideshow with each position featuring four players Minnesota could select with its first or second round pick and what we learned about them via the combine.

Let's go.

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