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Rookie Mock Draft

With Day 2 of the NFL Draft in the books, dynasty fantasy football players are already on the prow for how to attack their dynasty rookie mock draft. Whether it be 1QB, Superflex, TE Premium or other formats, it is worth the analysis for where to take the rookies.

Below I will have a Superflex, TE Premium dynasty rookie mock draft as well as a vanilla dynasty rookie mock draft below it, each with brief explanations on why I have this order.

 

These will ONLY include players selected on Day 1 or Day 2 of the NFL Draft. 

 

As always, check out our other content while you are here for more info on these players.

 

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Superflex, TE Premium, PPR Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft

1.01: Bijan Robinson, RB, ATL

 

Lead back in Atlanta who should get 75% of the touches. Will be a stud with tons of receptions. Could be the best fantasy back as a rookie. 

 

1.02: Anthony Richardson, QB, IND

 

The 100% QB athlete gives a rushing floor for fantasy. Going #4 overall makes him an easy candidate to start early and be a Top 10 fantasy QB who runs for yards and TDs.

 

1.03: Bryce Young, QB, CAR

 

#1 pick, cerebral with athleticism people forget about. Could carry the Panthers and become a top fantasy QB.

 

1.04: CJ Stroud, QB, HOU

 

Ceiling might be limited, but Stroud in a Shannahan offense has solid upside. He might get to run a bit too and has a good OL.

 

1.05: Jaxon Smith-Njigba, WR, SEA

 

Don’t overthink it, JSN is a likely stud as he was in college. Might be WR3 on the team as a rookie, but the sky is the limit as a PPR machine.

 

1.06: Jahmyr Gibbs, RB, DET

 

Gibbs went very high for a RB and thus will be used as a big time weapon for the Lions. Don’t let their RB situation scare you, Gibbs could be a PPR machine.

 

1.07: Dalton Kincaid, TE, BUF

 

Kincaid is likely to play the slot position in a Bills offense that often runs through it. He could catch a ton of passes. Don’t sleep on the TE class in premium.

 

1.08: Jordan Addison, WR, MIN

 

Addison has a low ceiling, but a great route runner who can fill the Thielen role and play outside. Fantasy WR2 for a long time. 

 

1.09: Quentin Johnston, WR, LAC

 

Has the upside to fill the Mike Williams role in a year. He could get utilized in a variety of ways and has a ton of upside. Is he worth the risk? 

 

1.10: Will Levis, QB, TEN

 

Levis did fall to Round 2, but the Titans went up to draft him and should start in a year. In Superflex, Levis will become valuable despite the Draft drop.

 

1.11: Michael Mayer, TE, LV

 

Mayer is still a great player despite falling to Round 2, and he is in a situation to start immediately. Other people may discount Mayer, but he could catch a ton of passes for the Raiders as Jimmy G targets him.

 

1.12: Sam LaPorta, TE, DET

 

LaPorta goes as TE2 off the board in a situation where he should start. In a good TE class, it is worth investing a first round pick in him.

 

2.01: Hendon Hooker, QB, DET

 

Hooker gets drafted as the Lions future starter. The potential with that offensive weaponry is off the charts. Maybe a tad early, but I’m always about investing in QBs.

 

2.02: Zay Flowers, WR, BAL

 

The Ravens offense is scary, but Flowers has Hollywood Brown vibes to him. He can get a decent amount of targets, but it still will be Lamar’s rushing offense.

 

2.03: Devon Achane, RB, MIA

 

Achane falls to Round 3, but he could be the starter in Miami quickly. He is a perfect fit, and was my RB3 predraft. I’m in.

 

2.04: Kendre Miller, RB, NO

 

Great fit for Kendre Miller to replace Alvin Kamara down the line. Will be behind Kamara and Jamaal Williams for Year 1, but real potential there.

 

2.05: Zach Charbonnet, RB, SEA

 

Charbonnet gets a rough situation in Seattle behind Kenneth Walker. They should split fairly, but it is scary to invest in fantasy.

 

2.06: Luke Musgrave, TE, GB

 

The Packers need a starting TE and Musgrave has an insane ceiling. Despite drafting another TE later, Musgrave is the swing play in TE Premium.

 

2.07: Luke Schoonmaker, TE, DAL

 

Schoonmaker was underrated by the fantasy community, but he is a legit all around TE who could start in Dallas and beat out Jake Ferguson.

 

2.08: Jonathan Mingo, WR, CAR

 

Mingo goes as the first WR off the board in Day 2 and he can be the X WR for the Panthers. Raw, but may be a favorite target for Bryce Young.

 

2.09: Josh Downs, WR, IND

 

Downs is a slot WR, but he has excellent PPR value. Can Anthony Richardson throw enough for Downs to have fantasy value? It is a risk worth taking.

 

2.10: Rashee Rice, WR, KC

 

Rice in a good situation, but the Chiefs will spread the ball around. He is unique among their WRs, so the upside is there.

 

2.11: Jalin Hyatt, WR, NYG

 

I like Hyatt more than many fantasy players, but he did fall a bit in the draft. I like the upside for big plays and will invest in him a bit.

 

2.12: Tyjae Spears, RB, TEN

 

Spears backs up Derrick Henry, but it is revealed he is missing an ACL. Risky, but perhaps he can be a starter there in a year.

 

3.01: Tank Bigsby, RB, JAC

 

Tank can be the back-up and goal line runner to Travis Etienne. He has upside as a handcuff with a multi-TD game here and there.

 

3.02: Brenton Strange, TE, JAC

 

The TE position in the Pederson offense is key, and with Evan Engram on the tag, Strange could be that guy in a year.

 

3.03: Jayden Reed, WR, GB

 

The Packers invested in Reed early in Day 2, so he could step into a decent role. The upside is there for him as a slot WR, but the Packers did invest in a few weapons. 

 

3.04: Marvin Mims, WR, DEN

 

I like Mims, but unless Sutton/Jeudy get moved, it is to the old KJ Hamler role for him.

 

3.05: Cedric Tillman, WR, CLE

 

Tillman has upside as an X WR, but he will be behind Amari Cooper for a bit.

 

3.06: Tucker Kraft, TE, GB

 

Kraft is the second TE the Packers have. I had him above Luke Musgrave predraft, but he may end up more H-Back.

 

3.07: Darnell Washington, TE, PIT

 

Washington is more 5th OL than offensive weapon and there is a medical concern. Don’t expect much fanatsy value.

 

3.08: Tank Dell, WR, HOU

 

I may be lower on Dell than many, but I don’t trust the size. It is a good situation.

 

3.09: Michael Wilson, WR, ARI

 

Wilson has some upside, and if the Cardinals move Hopkins, it is interesting. 

 

3.10: Cameron Latu, TE, SF

 

Back-up to Kittle

 

3.11: Tre Tucker, WR, LV

 

Special Teamer. Maybe slot?

 

3.12: Jake Moody, K, SF

 

A kicker.

 

Names to watch on Day 3:

Roschon Johnson, RB, Texas

Israel Abanikanda, RB, Pittsburgh

Chase Brown, RB, Illinois

Eric Gray, RB, Oklahoma

Zach Evans, RB, Mississippi

DeWayne McBride, RB, UAB

Sean Tucker, RB, Syracuse

 

Tyler Scott, WR, Cincinnati

Xavier Hutchinson, WR, Iowa State

AT Perry, WR, Wake Forest

Trey Palmer, WR, Nebraska

Charlie Jones, WR, Purdue

Rakim Jarrett, WR, Maryland

Kayshon Boutte, WR, LSU

 

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1QB PPR Mock Draft

 

1.01: Bijan Robinson, RB, ATL

1.02: Jaxon Smith-Njigba, WR, SEA

1.03: Jahmyr Gibbs, RB, DET

1.04: Jordan Addison, WR, MIN

1.05: Quentin Johnston, WR, LAC

1.06: Zay Flowers, WR, BAL

1.07: Dalton Kincaid, TE, BUF

1.08: Devon Achane, RB, MIA

1.09: Kendre Miller, RB, NO

1.10: Zach Charbonnet, RB, SEA

1.11: Jonathan Mingo, WR, CAR

1.12: Michael Mayer, TE, LV

 

2.01: Sam LaPorta, TE, DET

2.02: Josh Downs, WR, IND

2.03: Rashee Rice, WR, KC

2.04: Jalin Hyatt, WR, NYG

2.05: Anthony Richardson, QB, IND

2.06: Luke Musgrave, TE, GB

2.07: Tyjae Spears, RB, TEN

2.08: Tank Bigsby, RB, JAC

2.09: Bryce Young, QB, CAR

2.10: CJ Stroud, QB, HOU

2.11: Luke Schoonmaker, TE, DAL

2.12: Jayden Reed, WR, GB

 

3.01: Marvin Mims, WR, DEN

      3.02: Cedric Tillman, WR, CLE

3.03: Tank Dell, WR, HOU

3.04: Michael Wilson, WR, ARI

3.05: Brenton Strange, TE, JAC

3.06: Tucker Kraft, TE, GB

3.07: Darnell Washington, TE, PIT

3.08: Will Levis, QB, TEN

3.09: Hendon Hooker, QB, DET

3.10: Cameron Latu, TE, SF

3.11: Tre Tucker, WR, LV

3.12: Jake Moody, K, SF

 

Names to watch on Day 3:

Roschon Johnson, RB, Texas

Israel Abanikanda, RB, Pittsburgh

Chase Brown, RB, Illinois

Eric Gray, RB, Oklahoma

Zach Evans, RB, Mississippi

DeWayne McBride, RB, UAB

Sean Tucker, RB, Syracuse

 

Tyler Scott, WR, Cincinnati

Xavier Hutchinson, WR, Iowa State

AT Perry, WR, Wake Forest

Trey Palmer, WR, Nebraska

Charlie Jones, WR, Purdue

Rakim Jarrett, WR, Maryland

Kayshon Boutte, WR, LSU

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