25. Minnesota Vikings: Trey Adams, OT Washington
Minnesota was loaded last year. They appeared to get even better this offseason when they paid money to quarterback Kirk Cousins. The only problem is they can’t protect him. I fully expect the Vikings to get back on track by the end of this season but at some point, the team has to make a serious effort to fix their offensive line. They can start at tackle where Trey Adams out of Washington could be an absolute steal this late in the draft.
26. Oakland Raiders (From Chicago Bears): Jeffery Simmons, DT Mississippi State
The Oakland Raiders were probably hoping this pick would be higher when received it in the Khalil Mack trade. One player is probably not going to instantly make this Raiders defense a dominant group like Mack did for the Bears but taking Jeffery Simmons here would give the Raiders a dominant run stuffer in the middle to pair with earlier pick Clelin Ferrell. If the Raiders came away with these two guys after the first round they would have the makings of a dominant defensive front.