Ten Questions With Percy Harvin

Jeffrey WaldContributor IMay 11, 2009

By Jeff Wald

Prospective Bleacher Report Writer

What Jeff Wald would ask Vikings' draftee Percy Harvin if he got an interview.

1. Your character was immediately put into question by fans of the Minnesota Vikings when you were drafted. How can you prove it won't be an issue in the NFL?

2. You won two national championships with the Florida Gators. How does that championship experience help at the pro level?

3. Are the Vikings going to look to run the wildcat formation since they drafted you? Is it something the fans can watch for?

4. Are you a bigger threat as a wide receiver or running back?

5. The Vikings haven't had a legitimate threat at the kick/punt return spot in a while. Can you be that?

6. If you had to choose, who would be your quarterback: Sage Rosenfels, Brett Favre, or Tarvaris Jackson?

7. Brad Childress tends to get a little conservative/predictable with his play-calling. Can your raw talent change that?

8. What will you look to do to make the Vikings a more exciting offense and deeper team?

9. How much will you look to guys like Bernard Berrian and Bobby Wade for advice?

10. What's the most exciting part about getting drafted? Are mini-camps and OTAs even remotely fun? How long does it take to get to know your future teammates to where you feel comfortable around them?

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