The Minnesota Vikings loaded up on picks in the 2020 NFL Draft, and their stockpiling brought them potential future stars like LSU wide receiver Justin Jefferson and TCU cornerback Jeff Gladney.
Their UDFA haul also stands out as one of the most complete and deep across the entire NFL, and the player in the best position to stick around on Mike Zimmer's squad is former Texas A&M receiver Quartney Davis, who was thought of by some as a potential Day 2 or early Day 3 player before going undrafted.
Davis was one of the most shocking undrafted free agents, as he sports several years of production in the SEC. Far from a product of the scheme, Davis' 4.55-second 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine showed that questions about his long speed are overblown.
His electric footwork at the line of scrimmage and at the stem of his routes helps him get open against even the tightest press coverage, With this impressive footwork paired with exceptional hands and vision as a runner, you have someone that could challenge for the WR4 spot alongside veteran Tajae Sharpe.
The Vikings need a receiver that can separate at the line of scrimmage, make some plays with the ball in his hands, and reliably snag Kirk Cousins' contested passes, and Davis can check all three of the boxes. Sharpe and Dillon Mitchell have to be looking over their shoulder at this promising young Aggie.