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Fantasy Football Mock Draft: 10-Team, PPR (2024)

Fantasy Football Mock Draft: 10-Team, PPR (2024)

With the Super Bowl done, you would think we would take a week to breathe and remember last season. However, mock drafting for next season is much more fun. Today, we will do an early mock draft so you can see what the average draft position (ADP) looks like and how draft boards play out. Today’s mock draft is a 10-team, PPR snake draft from the fourth overall spot. Without further ado, let’s begin the draft! And you can complete your own mock drafts in minutes for FREE using our fantasy football mock draft simulator.

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Early 2024 Fantasy Football Mock Draft (10-Team, PPR)

1.04 – Christian McCaffrey (RB – SF)

The draft began with Ja’Marr Chase, CeeDee Lamb and Tyreek Hill. This start left us with the Offensive Player of the Year and the primary key to the offense in San Francisco. Christian McCaffrey provides a volume floor that can dominate your opponent. Even in the Super Bowl, he gave you over 150+ yards. The league has become wide receiver-happy and we will gladly take the running back here to zig while others zag.

2.07 – Jahmyr Gibbs (RB – DET)

We start our team with two running backs. This draft is reminiscent of an old-school draft but also provides much value. Jahmyr Gibbs is McCaffrey-lite due to his value running and in the passing game. Last year, the tides turned towards the end of the season and he overtook David Montgomery as the lead back. The sky is the limit for Gibbs and we expect great things from him, especially with McCaffrey on our team.

3.04 – Stefon Diggs (WR – BUF) 

One simple rule for fantasy is to draft good players on good offensive teams. It’s that simple with Stefon Diggs when he is attached to Josh Allen. He wasn’t used correctly at the end of 2023 but I wouldn’t expect more of the same in Buffalo. The Bills could also lose Gabe Davis, so Diggs could get his target share to split between him and Dalton Kincaid. As the team’s WR1, I’m not ready to give up on Diggs yet.

4.07 – Lamar Jackson (QB – BAL) 

Lamar Jackson is your MVP and he is a game-changer when it comes to football. He is a Konami Code quarterback who can provide points on the ground and through the air. If the Baltimore Ravens use their draft wisely, they should give him another offensive weapon. Add said weapon to Mark Andrews and Zay Flowers and you have a dominant offense all season long. Regarding your fantasy team, you want to get as many game-changers with high ceilings as possible.

5.04 – DK Metcalf (WR – SEA) 

DK Metcalf is a physical beast who may be losing his running partner Tyler Lockett. He must still contend with Jaxon Smith-Njigba but should prevail as the team’s WR1. Metcalf comes with big play capability (air yard share of 40%) and a target share percentage of 23%. The Seahawks will need him to win games, as will you.

6.07 – Drake London (WR – ATL) 

We are again back with another season of hype around Atlanta Falcons playmakers due to new coach Raheem Morris. Morris brought with him Zac Robinson to be his offensive coordinator. This hire has the league buzzing and our fantasy teams are excited to watch Drake London. The biggest question will be what they do with the quarterback position. We will take the risk with Drake London here because if he gets a capable quarterback he will explode in 2024.

7.04 – James Conner (RB – ARI) 

This draft pick is a risky selection as James Connor could be let go due to his contract having a potential out for 2024. However, wherever James Connor ends up, I believe he will be helpful to that team. If he stays in Arizona, he will be the lead back with volume behind him. If he lands elsewhere, he will, at the very least, be the power back in a 1-2 punch combo leading to touchdown potential.

8.07 – Jordan Addison (WR – MIN) 

If you play fantasy football long enough, you know the second year is the year wide receivers like to break out. This old wives’ tale should stick true with Jordan Addison. He showed a glimpse of his potential last season but also played without Kirk Cousins for half of that season. If the Minnesota Vikings figure out their quarterback position, Addison should be a perfect complement to Justin Jefferson in Minnesota, with enough volume to help your fantasy team succeed.

9.04 – Diontae Johnson (WR – PIT) 

This draft selection is risky as we don’t know if Diontae Johnton will stay in Pittsburgh. However, in the ninth round, we need to start making moves that will help elevate our fantasy team and build depth on our roster. If he stays in Pittsburgh, he will be a volume machine, which is terrific in PPR formats. Hopefully, Pittsburgh can get him a competent quarterback.

10.07 – George Kittle (TE – SF) 

George Kittle is a little risky as he has always been the tight end who brings boom/bust potential to your lineup. However, we stick to picking great players on great fantasy offenses — George Kittle with the San Francisco 49ers fits that build perfectly. With tight end becoming so popular due to the rookies last season we gladly take the slip of Kittle to supply us with some value at a challenging position to figure out.

11.04 – Devin Singletary (RB – HOU) 

Maybe Devin Singletary will return to the Houston Texans; perhaps he will sign elsewhere in free agency. Regardless of what happens, he played well enough in 2023 to become an essential piece to some team in 2024. He is a good depth piece for your running back position on your bench.

12.07 – Jameson Williams (WR – DET) 

We are in the 12th round and can procure a first-round draft capital wide receiver. This will be the first offseason with Jameson Williams not injured or suspended. If William was to become the player we expected him to be, now is the time. We could have a draft winner with this selection if that happens.

13.04 – Romeo Doubs (WR – GB) 

In the 13th round, we drafted Romeo Doubs due to the connection he built with Jordan Love in the playoffs. He is a depth piece at most with Flex potential for our lineup.

14.07 – Jaleel McLaughlin (RB – DEN) 

This selection is one of our favorites within this mock draft because of its potential to outplay its draft round. McLaughlin could be essential to the Denver Broncos’ offense, as he was a Sean Peyton favorite in 2023. We expect more of the same from him in 2024, which makes this last pick a perfect selection to bolster our fantasy lineup.

The Draft Wizard gave us a B+ for this fantasy mock draft. It also says we are projected to score the third-most points in our fantasy league. What do you think of our team? Let us know on social media and remember to continue to read all the fantastic work here at FantasyPros!

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