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Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: 10-Team Superflex/2QB

Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: 10-Team Superflex/2QB

With the 2024 NFL Draft behind us, most dynasty leagues are gearing up for rookie drafts. Now, it’s time to take a look at what the first round of a dynasty rookie draft will look like.

Here, we’ll look through at a dynasty rookie mock draft the lens of superflex/2QB, 10-team leagues. And don’t forget to use our FREE mock draft simulator for your mock practice!

2024 Dynasty Fantasy Football Guide following Round 1 of NFL Draft

Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft

Let’s take a look at our latest dynasty rookie mock draft to help you prepare for your league.

1.01: Caleb Williams (QB – CHI)

There’s not much of an argument here. While it sounds cliche, Caleb Williams is in that generational prospect category, was the No. 1 overall pick, will start right away and has a plethora of weapons and a solid offensive line in front of him. This is not the typical No. 1 overall pick situation. He’s entering a situation with Keenan Allen, D.J. Moore, Rome Odunze, D’Andre Swift, Gerald Everett and more. Williams also has some rushing ability to boot.

1.02: Marvin Harrison Jr. (WR – ARI)

We opted for Marvin Harrison Jr. here because of the situation. He was the No. 4 overall pick, is the undisputed No. 1 target for the Cardinals and has a more-than-competent quarterback in Kyler Murray.

The Cardinals will still add wide receiver talent, but Harrison Jr. will be the No. 1. His primary competition includes Michael Wilson, Zach Pascal, Greg Dortch and Chris Moore. Harrison Jr. will be prolific in this offense for years to come.

1.03: Jayden Daniels (QB – WAS)

If you’re drafting No. 2 overall and need to add quarterback talent, Jayden Daniels is a fine pick to go with, but there are some things to worry about. The Commanders needed some offensive line talent after losing Charles Leno Jr., Saahdiq Charles and Nick Gates. They did take Brandon Coleman in the third round, but that was it.

His weapons are solid, with Terry McLaurin, Jahan Dotson, Zach Ertz, and Austin Ekeler, but the primary concern for Daniels will be how he approaches sliding when he breaks out and runs. If he can run and avoid big hits, he could be an extremely valuable asset.

1.04: Malik Nabers (WR – NYG)

Malik Nabers’ rookie season looks like he’ll have Daniel Jones throwing him passes. Jones had just two touchdown passes and under six yards per attempt through six games last season.

The Giants’ depth chart is far from a threat to Nabers’ talent, but there are plenty of quarterback question marks. Volume should win out here, but Jones needs to get him the ball down the field. We’ll see what the Giants do for the quarterback position in 2025 and beyond.

1.05: J.J. McCarthy (QB – MIN)

Like Williams, J.J. McCarthy enters an incredible situation for a rookie quarterback. He has Justin Jefferson, Jordan Addison, T.J. Hockenson and Aaron Jones.

The problem is that McCarthy is unlikely to start immediately with veteran Sam Darnold under contract. There’s a chance he could sit out most of the year, which would benefit the young signal-caller.

1.06: Drake Maye (QB – NE)

We opted for Drake Maye with the 2QB designation here. His path to playing is more likely than McCarthy’s. Maye will get a chance to start after 8-12 games with Jacoby Brissett under contract.

The Patriots added Javon Baker and Ja’Lynn Polk, but the receiving options are still quite weak. For his value, we were certainly hoping for the Patriots to acquire Tee Higgins or Brandon Aiyuk.

1.07: Xavier Worthy (WR – KC)

The Chiefs signed Marquise Brown to a one-year deal, but it’s just that: a one-year deal. Xavier Worthy will battle him and Rashee Rice for targets. However, there will be some time when Worthy will pick up the slack for Rice, as he could get suspended for some time this season.

It also helps to have the greatest current quarterback in the sport throwing him the ball. Kansas City will look to turn Worthy into their next Tyreek Hill.

1.08: Rome Odunze (WR – CHI)

Odunze is in a great situation, but we still need to see how Williams does and what the future of these other weapons looks like. Odunze is third in the receiver pecking order in 2024. That could change in 2025, but there are a lot of mouths to feed in this offense for a young quarterback.

1.09: Brock Bowers (TE – LV)

There are obviously some question marks surrounding the quarterback situation in Las Vegas. Still, Brock Bowers was selected this high to likely be the No. 2 option in this offense behind Davante Adams. Michael Mayer is there, but he was drafted by Dave Ziegler and Josh McDaniels, not Tom Telesco and Antonio Pierce. Bowers will be featured plenty in this offense.

1.10: Brian Thomas Jr. (WR – JAX)

It’s about time:  Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence finally has a physical threat that can get downfield and catch back-shoulder throws.

Along with Brian Thomas Jr. are Christian Kirk, Gabe Davis and Evan Engram, but none have the profile of Thomas Jr. He is 6-foot-3, north of 200 pounds and runs a 40-yard dash in the low-4.3 second range.

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