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Dynasty Rookie Draft Advice: Ben Sinnott, Spencer Rattler, Roman Wilson (2024 Fantasy Football)

Dynasty Rookie Draft Advice: Ben Sinnott, Spencer Rattler, Roman Wilson (2024 Fantasy Football)

The fantasy football season has come to an end, but that doesn’t mean the NFL stops. It’s time to start getting excited for the 2024 NFL Draft. Dynasty fantasy football managers and redraft players alike can dive into the upcoming class of fantasy football rookies to prepare for the 2024 NFL season. We’ll take a look at players to know from the 2024 NFL Draft class.

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Dynasty Rookie Draft Prospects

Roman Wilson

“This is such a great WR class, so there are quite a few to pick from, but one player I’m much higher on than the draft community is Roman Wilson from Michigan. I got to watch him in person at the Senior Bowl, and he was dominant all week in Mobile. Wilson has the elite ability to separate, runs an advanced route tree, and has great hands. He can take the top off or run a shallow out or flat route.”
Justin Jaksa (Fantasy Follow)

Spencer Rattler

Spencer Rattler is not being talked about enough. Currently my QB7, but there is a world where he becomes the QB steal of the draft. Watch Denver or Las Vegas take him late and he becomes the starter by end of season. Rattler has all the traits to be an essential asset to his new team.”
– Miguel ‘SC’ Romero (Fantasy Football Universe)

Spencer Rattler is currently my QB5 in this draft class. If he goes to a team that is QB needy in the second round, I wouldn’t be surprised if he starts within the next two years. He was a highly touted prospect who got humbled and transferred out of USC after Caleb Williams took his job, but he has shown that he has grown up, and I am excited to see him play in the NFL with a chip on his shoulder.”
– Nick Penticoff (Fantasy Football Astronauts)

“When you look up gunslinger in the dictionary, there should be a picture of Spencer Rattler next to it. Rattler can flat out sling it. He has a gun for an arm but also possesses the ability to throw with touch when needed. Despite Spencer’s lack of ideal height (6’1″) and mediocre season at South Carolina, Ratter has more upside than most QBs in his current ADP range of QB 7 imo. and let’s not forget, the guy who took his job at Oklahoma back in 2021 is one of the most heralded QB prospects to come out in years- Caleb Williams. In addition, South Carolina’s offensive line didn’t give Rattler much help this past season as he was often running for his life against arguably the toughest conference in America- the SEC. However, note that Rattler performed much better at Oklahoma when he was provided with better pass protection and WRs. Ringo’s comp- Rattler reminds me a little of a lighter version of Brett Favre with his ability to extend plays, turn them into backyard football, and a never give up attitude, which can be both good (lead to big plays) and bad (lead to interceptions): I think Spencer Rattler is well worth the risk at his current ADP price of 42nd overall if he lands in a good situation.”
– Mark Ringo (Sleepers and Busts)

“Truth be told, I don’t really see a QB who will emerge as a sleeper in this class. The obvious answer though is Spencer Rattler. He doesn’t always see the field and gets sloppy at times with his footwork/mechanics. If he lands with a strong offensive-minded coach and has the opportunity to sit and learn, he could emerge as a sleeper down the road.”
– Dave Ventresca (FF Faceoff)

Ben Sinnott

“Not enough people are talking about Kansas State TE Ben Sinnott. In addition to his impressive pass-catching on tape, Sinnott is also a solid inline blocker and an impressive all-around athlete. Though Theo Johnson and Tip Reimann tested slightly better at the combine, neither were cooking coverage at Senior Bowl practices like Sinnott, and neither ran a faster 3-cone than Rome Odunze and Troy Franklin. Sinnot did. Sign me up for Sinnott as the clear-cut TE2 in this class regardless, but especially if he lands in a spot where he can start from Day 1.”
– Jeremy Shulman (Fantasy Football Universe)

Brock Bowers and Ja’Tavion Sanders are considered the headliners of this TE class, but Kansas State’s Ben Sinnott has intriguing dynasty potential. Sinnott had 49 catches for 676 yards and six touchdowns for KSU last fall and posted an elite 9.72 Relative Athletic Score at the NFL Scouting Combine. The eye-popping RAS speaks to Sinnott’s athleticism. He also has reliable hands, and Sinnott can be nasty with the ball in his hands, looking to punish would-be tacklers a la George Kittle. It would be nice to see Sinnott land with a TE-needy team such as the Colts, Jets or Chargers.”
– Pat Fitzmaurice (FantasyPros)

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