Moritz Boehringer
First ever German Football League player drafted by Vikings 0. .

The Minnesota Vikings made history in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft by selecting Moritz Boehringer. The 22-year old wide receiver played for the GFL’s Schwabish Hall Unicorns was taken with the 181st overall pick.

Boehringer has only been playing football for five years and became interested in the sport after watching a youtube video of Adrian Peterson. He has only played one season in the GFL and does not have any collegiate-level experience.

At 6’4″ and 225 pounds, Boehringer is a big target and has the speed to go with it. He ran a 4.45-second 40-yard dash at his pro day and put up a 39 inch vertical. As many as eight NFL teams attended his pro day with the Vikings obviously most excited about his potential.

Kyle Warner

Kyle is the Co-Founder of Last Call Football and a Chicago Bears fan. He enjoys DFS and craft beer.

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