Vikings.com writer Mike Wobschall on 5th-round-pick WR Stefon Diggs:
Diggs seemed to have a nice camp. What stands out the most to me with him is how smooth and natural he looks when he operates, on top of the fact that he’s very quick. He was a special player for the University of Maryland, particularly once the football was in his hands. Watching his college tape, he had outstanding acceleration and change of direction ability, plus he seemed to have a natural feel for finding creases and running lanes. Now, it’s no surprise he looks good in a highlight tape because it is, after all, a highlight tape, and this was just one three-day rookie minicamp. But it’s easy to like Diggs so far and it’ll be fun to see him develop within Norv Turner’s offense.
This year, Diggs will struggle to find playing time in Minnesota behind Mike Wallace and Charles Johnson, unless Cordarrelle Patterson dissipates further into nothingness. He does have enough talent and playmaking ability to provide some potential in the Vikings offense, but ultimately it will be hard for him to crack the rotation in any kind of significant way.