Offensive linemen the Vikings could consider in the draft:

Isaiah Wynn: G/T, Georgia, 6-3, 313 pounds

Notable: Named first-team All-SEC and second-team All-America as the Bulldogs’ left tackle for 15 games last fall. Projected by analysts as an NFL guard. 

Billy Price: C/G, Ohio State, 6-4, 312 pounds

Notable: Suffered a partially-torn pectoral muscle at the combine, which might push one of the draft’s best prospects into the Vikings’ range. Price played with Pat Elflein at Ohio State.

Will Hernandez: G, UTEP, 6-2, 348 pounds

Notable: The strongest offensive lineman at the combine (37 bench reps), Hernandez might be gone before the Vikings pick at 30, but he’d be a big addition up front.

Connor Williams: OT, Texas, 6-5, 320 pounds

Notable: The 2016 consensus All-America as Texas’ left tackle had an injury-marred junior year. Is his left knee healed? Teams, such as the Vikings, are trying to find out.