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The Minnesota Vikings 2022 NFL Draft Hole was a defensive affair, with five defenders added to their first six picks.
The title of the event for Minnesota was Lewis Kim, drafted in Round 1, and 2nd-rounder from Andrew Booth, Clemson.
If there are no injuries or if summer is not good for Cine or Booth, both men should expect reasonable play time at the start of the 2022 season. Cine has been predicted to start in free security by even the most reliable estimates.
Still, there is a peculiarity. Cine, a 1st-rounder, was selected 10 times before Booth, but Booth has a better chance of winning the Defensive Rookie of the Year award from Sportsbook..
According to Vegas Insider, Booth is a +2500 Earthline to win the Defensive Rookie of the Year, where Cine has come down the ladder to +4000. Booth is the 14th potential defender to take home honors, and Cine is 18th, four spots down.
The difference is particularly strange because Cine is in a safe place to start this September. For Minnesota to be the primary free safety next to Harrison Smith, Cine must surpass Cameron Benam in training camp and precision. Booth, on the other hand, needs to fire Patrick Peterson or Cameron Dantzler to get started now.
Don’t be fooled though. Booth will definitely see the defensive picture; It’s not just a guaranteed scene as the late spring looks cine.
Involved position for Booth’s extended disagreement. Cornerbacks are more likely to win, according to the history of the awards, as proved by Merson Latimore in 2017 and Marcus Peters in 2015. A security has not won an award for 30+ years Mark’s last career was in 1990 with the Chicago Bears.
Rewards are usually for linebackers and EDGE racers. And the Vikings didn’t draft one of these until Round 3, Brian Asamoah, a linebacker from Oklahoma, added. For EDGE racers, the Vikings have not drafted an infamous 2nd-round-or-higher draft capital since 2005. His name was Erasmus James.
Fight for Cine and Booth to win DROY. And more confidence in the booths in Vegas.
A Vikings player has never won the Defensive Rookie of the Year award. Five Vikings have won the rookie Offensive Rookie of the Year – Chuck Foreman (1973), Sammy White (1976), Randy Moss (1998), Adrian Peterson (2007), and Percy Harvin (2009).
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