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

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

We aren’t too far from the NFL draft, so let’s get into that mode. Let’s look at a fantasy football mock draft with a Superflex/Half-PPR format. And you can complete FREE mocks in minutes with our fantasy football draft simulator.

Pick 1.02

Suggested Picks: Jalen Hurts, Lamar Jackson, Patrick Mahomes, C.J. Stroud

Let’s grab one of these top quarterbacks. When you want to take a fantasy quarterback, the rushing aspect is one of the key parts, and Hurts is one of the best. The Eagles know how important his legs are, as he had 100 QB-run designed plays last year, with Josh Allen next with 52.

The Pick: Jalen Hurts

Pick 2.11

Suggested Picks: A.J. Brown, Jahmyr Gibbs, Kyren Williams, Jonathan Taylor

When you have the chance to get one of the best stacks in the league, you take it.

The Pick: A.J. Brown

Pick 3.02

Suggested Picks: Jahmyr Gibbs, Kyren Williams, Garrett Wilson, Tua Tagovailoa

Williams is a no-brainer in the third round. He finished twice as the RB1 in half-PPR and had six top-five finishes. The Rams’ offense was great last year when they had Williams to balance it, so he will be a key part again.

The Pick: Kryen Williams

Pick 4.11

Suggested Picks: Brandon Aiyuk, Rachaad White, Deebo Samuel, Kirk Cousins

We’re not ready to take another quarterback, and while Deebo and Aiyuk are great choices, it’s tough to pass up on White. He’s a great choice in any PPR format, as he finished with the third-most receiving yards and fourth-most catches.

The Pick: Rachaad White

Pick 5.02

Suggested Picks: Deebo Samuel, Michael Pittman, Josh Jacobs, Kirk Cousins

With Deebo still being in the mix, he’s a great choice. He had the eighth-most points per game, and when he got the ball, he was an asset by being No. 1 in fantasy points per target.

The Pick: Deebo Samuel

Pick 6.11

Suggested Picks: Zay Flowers, Alvin Kamara, Mark Andrews, Baker Mayfield

We haven’t picked a tight end yet, and Andrews is still one of the premium players in his position. The Ravens stepped up the passing game and Andrews was a big benefit, with five top-10 finishes. Also, playing in just 12 games, he still led the team in red zone targets, catches and touchdowns.

The Pick: Mark Andrews

Pick 7.02

Suggested Picks: Zay Flowers, Alvin Kamara, Baker Mayfield, Christian Kirk

I’m not in love with these suggestions, so I went further down the rankings. With Calvin Ridley gone, Kirk will likely resume the role of the WR1 like in 2022. Gabe Davis truthers, be aware.

The Pick: Christian Kirk

Pick 8.11

Suggested Picks: Terry McLaurin, Baker Mayfield, Chubba Hubbard, Devin Singletary

We have all the starters, so it’s time to grab depth. McLaurin will get his third quarterback in three years, but he is still the top receiver in Washington. With his sticky hands and route-running abilities, he’ll be dependable for whichever rookie they draft.

The Pick: Terry McLaurin

Pick 9.02

Suggested Picks: Baker Mayfield, Jayden Reed, Chubba Hubbard, Devin Singletary

This is the time to take the next quarterback for your Superflex. Mayfield had the best season of his career with a career-high 64.3% completion rate, 4,044 passing yards, and 28 touchdowns. He finished QB10 last year and with Mike Evans staying, he should finish around there again.

The Pick: Baker Mayfield

Pick 10.11

Suggested Picks: Antonio Gibson, Marquise Brown, Kendre Miller, AJ Dillon

Gibson was a good signing for the Patriots. Rhamondre Stevenson saw a decline in his overall metrics with another injury season, and Ezekiel Elliott also saw a regression in his numbers. Don’t be surprised when Gibson gets a bulk of the carries later in the season.

The Pick: Antonio Gibson

Pick 11.02

Suggested Picks: Geno Smith, Marquise Brown, Kendre Miller, AJ Dillon

I like Brown out of these suggestions, but Dalton Kincaid was not too far down the rankings. He could be the Bills’ target leader right now, but you should expect them to find a new wide receiver either by trade or the draft. Even with that, Kincaid was second in target share behind recently traded Stefon Diggs and should receive a heavy target share again.

The Pick: Dalton Kincaid

Pick 12.11

Suggested Picks: Geno Smith, Brandin Cooks, Ezekiel Elliott, AJ Dillon

Cooks started a little slow but surged at the end of last year. He finished in the top 25 in six of the final nine games and in the top 20 in four. He will be the Y-receiver and second option to CeeDee Lamb and finished 12th amongst wide receivers in fantasy points per catch.

The Pick: Brandin Cooks

Pick 13.02

Suggested Picks: Geno Smith, Miles Sanders, Ezekiel Elliott, Adam Thielen

Can Thielen exceed his expectations again? He came into last year as a consensus WR53 but finished as the WR25 in half PPR. Diontae Johnson is a big acquisition, but Theilen’s role shouldn’t diminish as a reliable option who rarely drops the ball.

The Pick: Adam Thielen

Pick 14.11

Suggested Picks: Kenneth Gainwell, Will Levis, Rico Dowdle, Alexander Mattison

I’m not in love with any of these picks, so let’s look at one of the premiere receivers in the draft. Mitchell is fast, can gain separation from his defender, and had just a 2.2 drop percentage last year, the best amongst WR prospects.

The Pick: Adonai Mitchell

Pick 15.02

Suggested Picks: Kenneth Gainwell, Will Levis, Rico Dowdle, Alexander Mattison

Could Levis have a better sophomore season? He showed some flashes, and now he has DeAndre Hopkins and Calvin Ridley to throw to. You have to like getting him this low and using him as a backup.

The Pick: Will Levis

Pick 16.11

Suggested Picks: Rico Dowdle, Jamaal Williams, Tank Bigsby, D’Onta Foreman

Doug Pederson stated Tank Bigsby will get a bigger share of the carries. He said this last year, but it’s worth taking a risk on him. His name is appropriate because he is strong through the tackles and could be a great asset in goal-line situations.

The Pick: Tank Bigsby

Pick 17.02

Suggested Picks: Rico Dowdle, Jamaal Williams, Mac Jones, D’Onta Foreman

Mooney’s tenure in Chicago is over, and he’s moved to Atlanta. There is an upgrade in his quarterback with Kirk Cousins, and he can be a great compliment to Drake London.

The Pick: Darnell Mooney

Pick 18.11

Suggested Picks: Mac Jones, D’Onta Foreman, Jerick McKinnon, clyde edwards-Heliare

D’Andre Swift will be the RB1 in Chicago, but we’ll see how big of a role Foreman gets. If Swift gets hurt with a rookie quarterback, he can get 20 touches a game.

The Pick: D’Onta Foreman

Pick 19.02

Suggested Picks: Mac Jones, Will Shipley, Jerick McKinnon, Ronnie Rivers

Cooper Kupp and Puka Nacua will get the bulk of the target share, but Robinson should be Matthew Stafford‘s third option.

The Pick: Demarcus Robinson

Pick 20.11

Suggested Picks: Will Shipley, Gardner Minshew, Ronnie Rivers, Cordarrelle Patterson

There wasn’t much of an option at this point, and with the Patriots in a whole new era, Bourne could sculpt his role.

The Pick: Kendrick Bourne

Pick 21.02

Suggested Picks: Will Shipley, Jacoby Brissett, Ronnie Rivers, Cordarrelle Patterson

We’ll see what direction the Patriots take with that third pick, but Brissett could be the starter as it stands.

The Pick: Jacoby Brissett

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