Jim Souhan

Josh Doctson, WR, TCU

I thought they should have taken DeVante Parker last year to give quarterback Teddy Bridgewater a big deep threat with whom he has had success. And I may have been right. This year the Vikings make up for foolishly ignoring the 20 minutes of research I put in on the NFL draft and take the best receiver available. Maybe that will be Doctson; maybe it will be somebody else. But the Vikings will take a quality receiver, and their offense will be much improved in 2016.

Chip Scoggins

Josh Doctson, WR, TCU

The Vikings addressed their O-line shortcomings in free agency, so they will focus on another need on that side of the ball. Doctson, if he’s still available, will give Teddy Bridgewater another weapon to help improve a pass offense that ranked 31st in the league last season. Doctson is 6-2 and adept at using his size and leaping ability to make difficult catches. He needs to develop physically by adding weight (he’s 202 pounds), but Doctson would give the Vikings offense a big target in the passing game.

Sid Hartman

An offensive lineman

There are four top offensive tackles the Vikings like, and they will do whatever it takes to get one — including the possibility of moving up in the first round. The tackles are Laremy Tunsil of Mississippi, Ronnie Stanley of Notre Dame, Jack Conklin of Michigan State and Taylor Decker of Ohio State. Sure, they already have a lot of offensive linemen, but they are looking for a future star. I think the two receivers the Vikings like, Josh Doctson and Will Fuller, will be gone at No. 23.

Patrick Reusse

Myles Jack, LB, UCLA

Rick Spielman wants to pull off the coup of uniting Jack with the other tremendous young linebackers from UCLA, Anthony Barr and Eric Kendricks. Spielman will trade this year’s first and third and next year’s first to Jacksonville for the No. 5 selection to take Jack. This works because next year’s No. 1 will be 26th or later, if the 2016 Vikings reach expectations.