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Vikings Undrafted Free Agent 2020 List

That means the Vikings have added... Carry the 2... 27 new players since Thursday

The Minnesota Vikings came out of the 2020 NFL Draft with 15 new members of the purple and gold. They also added 12 undrafted free agents, giving fans and those of us in the media 27 new players to delve into during the coming cold, cold months that are the stretch between the draft and rookie mini-camp.

Who are they? Click on Each (available) for their draft profile!

Brady Aiello, OL, Oregon

Jake Bargas, TE, North Carolina

Dan Chisena, WR, Penn State

Nevelle Clarke, CB, Central Florida

Quartney Davis, WR, Texas A&M

Myles Dorn, CB, North Carolina

Jordan Fehr, LB, Appalachian State

Nakia Griffin-Stewart, TE, Pittsburgh

Tyler Higby, OL, Michigan State

Jake Lacina, OL, Augustana

Blake Lynch, LB, Baylor

David Moa, DT, Boise State

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  1. Quartney Davis could be the biggest steal of the weekend. Great route runner who is smooth in and out of his breaks. Crisp cuts and can stop on a dime. Quality slot guy with some size who can work the middle of the field, and also has tools to pick up chunk yards after the catch on slants and quick screens. Good chance for Davis to compete for WR #4 or #5. Chad Bebe, Bisi Johnson and maybe even Tajae Sharpe might need to ball out in training camp. The wide receiver battle will be fun to keep an eye on in preseason. I also love the explosiveness of K.J. Osborn.