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Fantasy Football Mock Draft: Breece Hall, Kyren Williams, Sam LaPorta (2024)

Fantasy Football Mock Draft: Breece Hall, Kyren Williams, Sam LaPorta (2024)

If you’re reading this, you know it’s never too early for a fantasy football mock draft, even mere hours after the end of the Super Bowl. Luckily for you, FantasyPros has you covered with its already-updated Draft Wizard ready to go.

Here is a run-down of one such mock draft for standard-scoring fantasy leagues. Below we dive into a few first-round picks.

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1.07 – Breece Hall (RB – NYJ)

Breece Hall and Bijan Robinson had similar 2023 seasons and now have a similar outlook in 2024. Both are expected to get an upgrade at quarterback — in Hall’s case, getting Aaron Rodgers after the latter’s torn Achilles injury kept him out last season. Not many running backs can run and catch enough to be a league winner, but Hall is one of them.

1.08 – Amon-Ra St. Brown (WR – DET)

The first Lion off the board is their top receiver. Amon-Ra St. Brown had a career year with over 1,500 yards and 10 touchdowns and notched over 100 receiving yards in half of his games. The band is back in Detroit, including offensive coordinator Ben Johnson, which means St. Brown should have another big year.

1.09 – Kyren Williams (RB – LAR)

The title of least likely to appear in the first round of a 2024 mock draft goes to Kyren Williams. The 2022 fifth-round pick flew under the radar the entire off-season before and wasn’t even named the starter until the 2023 season started. But when he was, he took off, rushing for over 1,100 yards and 12 touchdowns despite missing a quarter of the season. Any Rams running back is valuable under Sean McVay, and Williams is no different.

1.10 – Sam LaPorta (TE – DET)

For the first time in years, Travis Kelce is not the top tight end off the board. Neither is George Kittle or Mark Andrews. That title now belongs to Detroit’s Sam LaPorta. LaPorta ended his rookie season not only as fantasy’s top tight end but a top-12 player overall. LaPorta being taken in the first should not surprise you.

1.11 – Jahmyr Gibbs (RB – DET)

The third Lion taken in the first round might also be a potential league winner. Jahmyr Gibbs totaled over 1,200 yards and scored 11 times in his rookie season to end 2023 as a top-10 fantasy back. If Gibbs is used even a fraction more than he was — when he totaled 182 carries and 52 receptions — he’ll have no problem justifying his first-round selection.

1.12 – Ja’Marr Chase (WR – CIN)

Ja’Marr Chase is about as automatic as it gets when it comes to fantasy points. He’s topped 1,000 receiving yards in all three seasons of his career and averaged nearly 10 touchdowns per season. With Joe Burrow expected to be back from injury in 2024, Chase should be a WR1 once again.

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