The Minnesota Vikings’ offensive line has gotten a makeover in the last three draft classes with the team selecting right tackle Brian O’Neill in 2018, center Garrett Bradbury in 2019, and left tackle of the future Ezra Cleveland in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft.
In the 2021 NFL Draft? Wyatt Davis could be a force at guard next to Bradbury on the interior.
With offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak, the Vikings will undoubtedly emphasize the running game to set up the pass, and in Kubiak’s iteration of the West Coast offense, that means a lot of movement for the offensive line.
Davis can move, and he can move pretty much anyone standing in front of him.
The menacing guard out of Ohio State has the look of a day one starter in the NFL and if he were invited to a camp right now, he could probably earn a starting job in short order.
His strength is overpowering at times and he is more than capable in pass protection as well.