After going 13-4 overall in the regular season and falling to the Giants Sunday in the Wild Card Round,
the Vikings are now turning their attention toward the 2023 NFL Draft.
Minnesota currently has the 24th pick, but it will be the 23rd overall selection due to Miami having to forfeit its first-round ,
pick this year and a third-rounder in the 2024 NFL Draft.
The Dolphins engaged in "impermissible communications" with Tampa Bay quarterback Tom Brady in 2019-20 .
while he was with New England and after the 2021 season while he was with the Buccaneers.
The Vikings have drafted at No. 23 overall four times in franchise history, most recently selecting left tackle Christian Darrisaw in 2021.
Minnesota has also drafted wide receiver Laquon Treadwell (2016), defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd (2013) and receiver Lance Rentzel (1965).
Minnesota currently has four overall picks in this year's draft.
The first round will be on April 27 while the second and third rounds will be on April 28. The final four rounds will conclude this year's draft on April 29.
which features 16 recent predictions from around the world of football. (Note: Only mock drafts that were published after the 2022 regular season were included,
but some were published before Minnesota's draft position was set).
Cornerback was the most popular position, as it was chosen eight times,
followed by wide receiver three times. Eight total positions were represented by draft experts.