I think at this point in the draft the Vikings could explore a myriad of avenues, but the one aspect of this team that everyone may forget is the fact that they need another quarterback added to the mix next year, if for nothing more than depth purposes.
Enter in Case Keenum from Houston.
Look, this kid is a solid long-arm Type-A thrower who is literally shattering all sorts of records at Houston right now, but what is even more intriguing is his track record; a record that still has him ranked 12th among quarterbacks, 203rd overall in the nation.
College rankings; go figure!
In four full years of service, Keenum has racked up 1,626 attempts for 1,118 completions (good for a 68.8 completion rate) alongside 13,586 passing yards and a 107:41 TD:INT ratio which is good for a cumulative 155.6 quarterback rating.
This year's draft could find a ton of high quality players falling to deeper-than-expected rounds because many NFL teams will be forced to address team-specific needs for various reasons, and while finding Keenum as a seventh round selection is going to be very difficult, it is certainly not out of the question.
Again, it is only November after all.
OK, that's what I have. What say you Vikings nation!