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Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: 10-Team, Superflex (2024 Fantasy Football)

Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: 10-Team, Superflex (2024 Fantasy Football)

With the 2023 fantasy season wrapped up, it’s officially rookie draft season for everyone in dynasty leagues. While that usually leads to unnecessary debates regarding hand size, BMI, and so much more, it also signals a shift towards the 2024 season.

One week after taking readers through an early 12-team, 1QB mock draft, we’re back with another rookie mock draft. This time, we’re looking at it through the lens of a 10-team, Superflex rookie draft. These rankings are preliminary and are sure to change as more information becomes available.

2024 Dynasty Fantasy Football Guide

2024 Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: 10-team, SuperFlex

Round One

Pick 1.01 – Caleb Williams (QB – USC)

Despite some questionable play at times this season, Williams remains the overwhelming favorite to go No. 1 overall in the 2024 NFL Draft. Fantasy managers with multiple starting quarterbacks will consider WR1 here, but I’m betting the “generational QB” goes first in most SuperFlex rookie drafts.

Pick. 1.02 – Marvin Harrison Jr. (WR – Ohio State)

Quarterbacks tend to go No. 1 overall in SuperFlex rookie drafts, but Harrison Jr. will put that to the test this season. Harrison Jr. has a polished skillset, NFL bloodlines and might be the safest pick in the entire 2024 NFL Draft.

Pick 1.03 – Jayden Daniels (QB – LSU)

While most people consider Williams the QB1 in this upcoming draft class, there’s a bit of a debate over who’s No. 2. For fantasy football purposes, it’s impossible to not get excited about the upside of Daniels. The 2023 Heisman Trophy Winner is a true dual threat that defenders fear inside and outside the pocket.

Pick 1.04 – Malik Nabers (WR – LSU)

In most seasons,  Nabers would be the consensus WR1. That makes him a tremendous consolation prize for whoever doesn’t get Harrison Jr. After racking up 1,000+ yards and three touchdowns in 2022, Nabers took his game to another level this season. Nabers finished with 1,569 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns.

Pick 1.05 – Drake Maye (QB – UNC)

Maye is a tall, big-armed quarterback in the mold of Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert. Similarly to Herbert, Maye doesn’t always take advantage of his natural dual-threat ability, but he can break contain and pick up extra yards when needed.

Pick 1.06 – Brock Bowers (TE – Georgia)

Some might consider this high for a tight end, but Bowers is a special talent at the position. Bowers burst onto the scene during his true freshman campaign and has been regarded as the unquestioned No. 1 tight end in the nation ever since. Despite playing in a run-first Georgia offense and missing half of his junior season, Bowers finished his career with 31 total touchdowns. Impressive.

Pick 1.07 – Rome Odunze (WR – WAS)

Although a tier below the top two wide receivers, Odunze might possess the best size/speed combination in the entire draft. Odunze profiles as your prototypical X-receiver who can both stretch the field and make tough catches in traffic.

Pick 1.08 – Michael Penix Jr. (QB – WAS)

One of the most polarizing prospects in this year’s draft is Penix Jr. After fighting through injuries early in his career, the biggest question is whether or not teams will medically red flag the 2023 Heisman Trophy runner-up. If Penix Jr. passes the medical exams and receives first round draft capital, this is probably the quarterback’s floor.

Pick 1.09 – Keon Coleman (WR – Florida State)

There are questions about his ability to separate at the next level, but Florida State’s Keon Coleman has special ball skills in contested catch situations. We’ll see if it translates, but that superhero power allowed him to overcome any separation issues that may have popped up in college.

Pick 1.10 – Troy Franklin (WR – Oregon)

If you thought the BMI debates were settled after DeVonta Smith, I’ve got some bad news for you. Oregon wide receiver Troy Franklin (6-foot-3, 187 pounds) is sure to cause just as much uproar in the fantasy football community this off-season. Looking past his weight, Franklin has good height, speed, and an underrated ability to make people miss in the open field.

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