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Dynasty Mock Draft: Sam LaPorta, Christian Kirk, Will Levis

While everyone is knee-deep in dynasty rookie drafts, now is also the perfect month for dynasty startup drafts. Everyone knows the expression practice makes perfect, and there is no better way to practice than with the FantasyPros Dynasty Mock Draft Simulator.

I am picking 10th in this 12-team dynasty superflex mock draft which uses half-point PPR-scoring. The lineup for this mock draft is one quarterback, two running backs, two wide receivers, one tight end, three flex, one superflex and six bench spots.

My goal for this mock was to use a zero-QB strategy while prioritizing wide receivers over running backs early in the superflex dynasty mock draft. I didn’t pick my first quarterback until the seventh round. Furthermore, I selected four wide receivers before drafting my second running back. Let’s see how it turned out. Here are all of my superflex dynasty mock draft picks. Below we dive into a few notable selections from my latest dynasty mock draft.

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Here’s a look at a few of my fantasy football picks from my latest superflex dynasty mock draft.

Round 3, Pick 10 – Sam LaPorta (TE – DET)

Anyone who drafted LaPorta in the second or third round of their dynasty rookie drafts this past year spent the 2023 season taking victory laps almost every week. The former Iowa star was the TE1 his rookie year, averaging 11.5 fantasy points per game. More importantly, he ranked fourth in the NFL and first among tight ends in receiving touchdowns (10). While many expect Jameson Williams to have a breakout year in 2024, it’s more likely that LaPorta will set career highs in several categories after an impressive rookie season.

Round 9, Pick 10 – Christian Kirk (WR – JAC)

Kirk was the biggest winner from Calvin Ridley signing with the Tennessee Titans in free agency. He had three receiving touchdowns in 2023 after totaling a career-high eight in his first season with Jacksonville. While the Jaguars added Gabe Davis in free agency and used their first-round pick on Brian Thomas Jr., Kirk will remain Trevor Lawrence‘s go-to guy. The last time he was the team’s No. 1 target getting, the veteran was the WR12, averaging 14.2 fantasy points per game.

Round 12, Pick 3 – Will Levis (QB – TEN)

Levis was outstanding in his career debut, throwing four touchdowns and scoring 26.6 fantasy points. However, he had only four passing touchdowns and 75.4 fantasy points (9.4 per game) over the other eight contests in 2023. Thankfully, Tennessee significantly upgraded its supporting cast this offseason, signing Tony Pollard, Calvin Ridley, Tyler Boyd and Lloyd Cushenberry III. The Titans also used their top-10 pick in the NFL Draft on JC Latham, giving the young quarterback a franchise left tackle.

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