The Minnesota Vikings continued to receive rave reviews during the second day of the 2020 NFL Draft.
The Vikings selected offensive tackle Ezra Cleveland in the second round and cornerback Cameron Danztler in thethird round. The Vikings traded the 105th overall pick to the New Orleans Saints in exchange for the 130th, 169th and 203rd overall picks.
Minnesota now has 13 picks remaining heading into the final day of the draft.
Lets see what the reaction was like on Twitter following the eventful night for the Vikings:
The Vikings hope they have the foundation of their offensive line set for years to come. Brian O'Neill is 24, Garrett Bradbury is 24, and Ezra Cleveland is 21.— Chad Graff (@ChadGraff) April 25, 2020
Alexander Mattison refers to Ezra Cleveland as a "monster" on the field and a "goofball" off it.— Sam Ekstrom (@SamEkstrom) April 25, 2020
I was positive the Vikings were going to take Ezra Cleveland in the first round. Cannot believe he fell all the way to #58.— Nick Olson (@NickOlsonNFL) April 25, 2020
Brian O'Neill 2.0.
This has all worked out pretty damn well for the Vikings. A haul of Justin Jefferson, Jeff Gladney, and Ezra Cleveland while trading *back* and accumulating more picks is impressive.— Chad Graff (@ChadGraff) April 25, 2020
The Minnesota Vikings currently own 8.7 percent of the total picks for Day 3.— Trevor Sikkema (@TampaBayTre) April 25, 2020
In a 32-team league.
If you're an NFL draft hopeful that hasn't heard your name called yet, you'll probably be hearing from the Vikings tomorrow.— Danny Cunningham (@RealDCunningham) April 25, 2020