Minnesota Vikings Scouting Guide to the 2014 Senior Bowl

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Minnesota Vikings Scouting Guide to the 2014 Senior Bowl
Associated Press
Eastern Illinois quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo was named the offensive MVP for the East-West Shrine Game. He makes his his second all-star appearance for the South team in the Senior Bowl.

The offseason for the Minnesota Vikings continues with the Senior Bowl this weekend. There are 109 players from 71 schools hoping to catch the attention of the scouts from any of the 32 teams during the practices this week.

Most of the players that are participating in the game are hoping to increase their draft stock. Based on the prospect rankings from NFL Draft Scout, there are only seven players that are projected to be drafted in the first round. The highest ranked player in the game is Minnesota defensive tackle Ra'Shede Hageman. Walter Football ranks him as the second-best defensive tackle in the draft and a first-round pick.

The Vikings will have eight picks in this year's draft. They should be looking to address their biggest needs at linebacker, quarterback, defensive line and cornerback.

Here's a breakdown of the players at the Senior Bowl the Vikings should be considering at each of these positions.  

 


 

 

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