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Vikings general manager Rick Spielman says there are a lot of different philosophies about selecting left tackles in the draft. Dominant left tackles are rarely found in free agency, which means the Vikings might have to decide between drafting Matt Kalil from USC, or trading back and hoping the second best tackle in the draft, Riley Reiff from Iowa is still on the board.
The Minnesota Vikings made Southern California left tackle Matt Kalil their No. 1 draft choice with the fourth pick in the NFL Draft tonight. Kalil is considered the top offensive lineman in the draft. At 6-foot-7, 306 pounds, Kalil is expected to anchor the Vikings' offensive line for the next ten years.
The latest indication that Matt Kalil is the most likely selection for the Vikings with the third pick in the draft comes from his older brother and Carolina Panthers lineman Ryan Kalil. He says Matt had a “very good” visit with the Vikings last week, and offensive line coach Jeff Davidson “would really help” his younger brother.
The Vikings will have a lot of options when they go on the clock with the No. 3 pick in April's NFL Draft. They might be able to take USC left tackle Matt Kalil. However, none of the starting left tackles for playoff teams last season were taken in the top-five of the draft.
Vikings GM Rick Spielman wants his staff to consider three names for the third overall pick in next Thursday's NFL draft: USC tackle Matt Kalil, LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne and Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon.
ESPN's Adam Schefter believes the Vikings won't use the No. 3 pick in the draft to select Southern California left tackle Matt Kalil. He made the claim in and Q & A session with fans, although he does acknowledge the Vikings have not finalized their decision.