Skip to main content

Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: 12-Team, Superflex (2024 Fantasy Football)

Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: 12-Team, Superflex (2024 Fantasy Football)

The 2024 NFL Draft is a couple of months away. However, the NFL Combine is just around the corner, meaning we are knee-deep in draft season. While much will change between today and April 25, let’s dive into the first round of a 12-team, PPR, superflex dynasty rookie mock draft. And you can complete FREE dynasty rookie mock drafts using our simulator.

2024 Dynasty Fantasy Football Guide

2024 Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: 12-Team, Superflex

Pick 1.01 – Caleb Williams (QB – USC)

Some will take Marvin Harrison Jr. over Williams with the first pick despite being a superflex league. However, that would be a massive mistake. The former USC star is all but a lock to be the top pick in the NFL Draft and should be the consensus 1.01 selection in superflex rookie drafts. Many believe Williams is the next Patrick Mahomes. Even if he is only 75% as good as the three-time Super Bowl champion, Williams is worthy of the top pick.

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

Harrison has been the top wide receiver in college football for the past two years. Despite losing C.J. Stroud to the NFL, the former Ohio State superstar had his second consecutive season with over 1,200 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns. He is a lock to be a top-four NFL Draft pick and the first non-quarterback selected. Harrison is a slam-dunk 1.01 pick in 1QB leagues and the 1.02 pick in superflex leagues.

Pick 1.03 – Jayden Daniels (QB – LSU)

The former LSU star could be the second pick in the NFL Draft by the Washington Commanders. However, Drake Maye seems to be the favorite for that pick. Yet, the fantasy community will likely have Daniels as their No. 2 quarterback because of his massive rushing upside. Remember, Anthony Richardson was picked ahead of Bryce Young and C.J. Stroud in mock dynasty rookie drafts last year because of his rushing abilities. The only difference is that Daniels is a better passer than the former Florida star.

Pick 1.04 – Drake Maye (QB – UNC)

While Maye isn’t the rushing threat that Jayden Daniels or Caleb Williams were in college, the former North Carolina star had success on the ground. He had over 1,145 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns in his final two years, totaling at least seven scores in both seasons. The star quarterback’s numbers slipped in 2023 after losing several key players on offense to the NFL. Yet, Maye had over 3,600 passing yards and 24 touchdowns for the second consecutive year.

Pick 1.05 – Malik Nabers (WR – LSU)

If not for the fact that Marvin Harrison Jr. is such an elite prospect, Nabers would be the first non-quarterback drafted. The LSU receiver led the country in receiving yards (1,569) on 89 receptions last season. He also had 14 receiving touchdowns in 2023. Nabers is built for today’s NFL, with speed and an ability to make plays at all three levels. He could end up being a top-four dynasty rookie pick, depending on NFL Draft landing spots.

Pick 1.06 – Brock Bowers (TE – Georgia)

Many are still scarred from Kyle Pitts a few years ago. However, don’t let Arthur Smith’s historical screw-up keep you from using a top-six rookie pick on Bowers. The Georgia star has been the top tight end in college football the past few years, totaling at least 56 receptions every season of his college career. Bowers will be a top-15 NFL Draft pick and enter the league as one of the more talented tight ends.

Pick 1.07 – Rome Odunze (WR – Washington)

Odunze doesn’t get the same national hype as Marvin Harrison Jr. and Malik Nabers. Yet, the former Washington star is an elite wide receiver talent and one of my favorite prospects in the entire draft class. The star wide receiver had an outstanding final college season, totaling 92 receptions for 1,640 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns as the go-to guy for Michael Penix Jr. Odunze has the size, speed and hands to become a No. 1 NFL wide receiver.

Pick 1.08 – Brian Thomas Jr. (WR – LSU)

While Malik Nabers is the more talked about LSU wide receiver, Thomas should join him as a first-round NFL Draft pick in April. The wide receiver had a productive year despite his teammate being the go-to guy for Jayden Daniels. Thomas has 68 receptions for 1,177 receiving yards and 17 touchdowns. He led the country in receiving touchdowns while finishing 13th in receiving yards. The former LSU star has excellent speed and can win in the 50-50 ball situations.

Pick 1.09 – Troy Franklin (WR – Oregon)

Oregon had one of the most explosive and dangerous offensive in college football, with Bo Nix under center. However, the star quarterback had reliable weapons, led by Franklin. The former Ducks receiver had a career year in 2023, totaling 81 receptions for 1,383 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns. He can challenge defenses downfield and is a solid route runner. After setting multiple records in college, Franklin should be a mid-to-late first-round NFL Draft pick.

Pick 1.10 – Keon Coleman (WR – Florida State)

After two years at Michigan State, Coleman transferred to Florida State. He became a star and played a critical role in the team’s undefeated season. He had 11 receiving touchdowns in 2023 despite playing with multiple quarterbacks. By comparison, Coleman totaled eight scores in his two seasons at Michigan State. While he currently projects as a mid-to-late first-round NFL Draft pick, Coleman could rise up draft boards with a strong performance at the NFL Combine later this month.

Pick 1.11 – Xavier Worthy (WR – Texas)

The former Longhorn is one of the thinnest wide receivers to enter the draft over the past several years. Unfortunately, that will hurt Worthy’s NFL Draft stock in some team’s eyes. However, he is the fastest and most explosive wide receiver in the draft class, making him a threat to score every time he touches the ball. Yet, the star receiver is a talented route runner, capable of making plays at all three levels.

Pick 1.12 – J.J. McCarthy (QB – Michigan)

McCarthy’s NFL Draft stock has been on the rise lately. Reportedly, NFL teams loved the potential upside of the former Michigan quarterback. After initially being considered a possible late first-round NFL Draft pick, many believe McCarthy could sneak into the top 10. The quarterback is a rawer prospect and likely needs to sit a year before seeing the field. Yet getting picked in the top 15 will make McCarthy a lock as a first-round dynasty rookie draft selection.

Just Missed The Cut

More Dynasty Draft Advice

SubscribeApple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | SoundCloud | iHeartRadio

Mike Fanelli is a featured writer at FantasyPros. For more from Mike, check out his archive and follow him @Mike_NFL2.

More Articles

Superflex Dynasty Fantasy Football Draft Rankings & Tiers

Superflex Dynasty Fantasy Football Draft Rankings & Tiers

fp-headshot by FantasyPros Staff | 1 min read
Dynasty Rookie Draft Targets: Audric Estime, Jermaine Burton, Javon Baker (2024)

Dynasty Rookie Draft Targets: Audric Estime, Jermaine Burton, Javon Baker (2024)

fp-headshot by FantasyPros Staff | 2 min read
Tight End Dynasty Rookie Draft Rankings (Fantasy Football)

Tight End Dynasty Rookie Draft Rankings (Fantasy Football)

fp-headshot by FantasyPros Staff | 1 min read
Wide Receiver Dynasty Rookie Draft Rankings (Fantasy Football)

Wide Receiver Dynasty Rookie Draft Rankings (Fantasy Football)

fp-headshot by FantasyPros Staff | 1 min read

About Author

Hide

Current Article

3 min read

Superflex Dynasty Fantasy Football Draft Rankings & Tiers

Next Up - Superflex Dynasty Fantasy Football Draft Rankings & Tiers

Next Article