Posts Tagged ‘NFL Draft’

Vikings Take WR Trae Waynes with 11th Overall Pick in Draft

The Vikings went wide out in round one – taking Michigan State WR Trae Waynes with their first pick, 11th pick overall. Here’s a scouting report on Waynes: Given the passing-driven nature of the NFL, there will always be a big demand for cornerbacks and pass-rushers. With a lot of cornerback-needy teams this offseason and […]

Vikings With 25th Pick Take Florida St. CB Xavier Rhodes

With the 25th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Vikings select Florida St. CB Xavier Rhodes. Strong and physical Rhodes is the rare cornerback with the size to physically match-up with tall receivers and the athleticism and speed to stay with the fastest ones. Quick to jam receiver, Rhodes can turn and run […]

Vikings Take Florida DT Shariff Floyd In First Round

With the 23rd overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Vikings select Florida DT Shariff Floyd. A rough childhood did not prevent Floyd from earning national accolades for his play in high school, as he won the 2009 Maxwell Football Club’s National Player of the Year award. By the end of his sophomore year […]

LIVE CHAT: Day Three

Good morning everybody. Before we get started, don’t forget to check out my take on yesterday’s two picks, who we missed out on, who is left on the draft board, and my story about motivation. Otherwise, lets chat it up on Day Three of the NFL Draft in which the Vikings have six picks to […]

DAY TWO: Second & Third Round Live Chat

Okay, everybody, thanks for sticking with me as our draft coverage has been slightly more scarce than what we would prefer in this neck of the woods.  I’m as dedicated to my day job as I am this one, and every now and again they conflict with each other. BUT… Now I’m here and am […]

Introducing The “Offseason Tracker”

Ever wanted a “go to” spot to help yourself remember who is a free agent for the Vikings this offseason? Ever wanted to see what draft picks the Vikings have in the upcoming draft? This year you might want a one stop shop for reminding yourself of the confusing rules surrounding the “uncapped year” and […]