Despite trading for Mike Wallace, the Vikings considered DeVante Parker at No. 11 overall in the 2015 NFL Draft. They ultimately chose Trae Waynes, but if they thought about taking Parker, they could definitely grab a receiver in this spot, especially after a year of watching Mike Wallace screw up.
Rd. 2, Pk. 20
T.J. Clemmings might be Minnesota's left tackle of the future, but the front office will have to look for a long-term left guard as well.
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The Vikings traded for Mike Wallace, but it remains unclear if they have Teddy Bridgewater's long-term No. 1. Minnesota could use a true lead receiver for its young quarterback to grow with.
This year, Treadwell (6-2, 229) has 27 catches for 374 yards and a score. He recorded 48 receptions for 632 yards and five touchdowns in 2014 before an ugly injury ended his season. Treadwell caught 72 receptions for 608 yards with five scores in 2013.
The junior is a natural receiver who is good at winning 50-50 passes and running after the catch. However, he lacks the speed to separate from a lot of defensive backs.
Rd. 2, Pk. 19
Hunter Henry, TE, Arkansas
I think the Vikings could do better than Kyle Rudolph, but even if they don't look to upgrade, they could grab another tight end to pair with him.
Henry has 20 receptions for 268 yards and a touchdown in 2015. The 6-foot-6, 255-pounder is a well-rounded tight end who produced well last year. He was a good blocker for the Razorbacks' ground game while contributing 37 receptions for 513 yards and two scores. Henry had 28 receptions for 409 yards and four scores as a freshman.