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Superflex Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: 10-Team (Fantasy Football)

The 2024 NFL Draft has come and gone. Now that this phase of the NFL offseason has ended, it’s on to fantasy football drafts for many leagues. That will often start with dynasty rookie drafts. We’ll have you covered with our Superflex dynasty rookie draft rankings and advice to help you dominate your leagues. Here’s a look at a Superflex dynasty rookie mock draft using our free draft simulator. We dive into a few of the picks below.

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Superflex Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft

Here’s a five-round, Superflex dynasty rookie mock draft. We pick from the No. 5 spot. Here is the full draft board, and we dive into the dynasty rookie draft pick selection below.

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1.05 – Malik Nabers (WR – NYG)

Malik Nabers, emerging from a robust 3-year stint at LSU, led all college wide receivers with 86 receptions, 1,546 yards, and 14 touchdowns during his junior year, boasting a 34% dominator rating. Over his collegiate career, he totaled 186 receptions for 2,983 yards and 21 touchdowns, marked by a standout 28% career college dominator rating-third among 2024 draft class WRs. Notably, Nabers broke out as a freshman at 18, indicating significant potential for early professional success. Now with the New York Giants, he is poised to become the team’s top receiver from the outset. His ability to generate yards after the catch (YAC) reassures concerns about the team’s quarterback situation, enhancing his fantasy value.
– Andrew Erickson

2.05 – Jonathon Brooks (RB – CAR)

Brooks lands in CAR with second-round NFL Draft capital in a wide-open backfield, with his toughest competition being Chuba Hubbard and Miles Sanders. Yes, he’s recovering from an ACL tear, but as soon as he’s ready to shoulder most of the load for this backfield, it should be his job. Brooks displayed a three-down skillset last year at Texas, ranking 21st in yards after contact per attempt and yards per route run while also finishing ninth in PFF elusive rating. Brooks could begin the season as an RB3/flex but finish it as a stretch run hero.
– Derek Brown

3.05 – Jermaine Burton (WR – CIN)

Jermaine Burton emerged as a standout receiver during his senior year at Alabama, boasting a 30% dominator rating and showcasing his dynamic playmaking abilities. His time at Georgia also demonstrated his talent, despite facing competition for targets. Notably, Burton’s deep-threat capability was highlighted by his high average depth of target (aDOT) and impressive efficiency (zero recorded drops in 2023) making him a promising prospect for the Bengals after being drafted in the third round. While concerns exist regarding occasional off-field issues, Burton’s potential impact in Cincinnati’s passing game could be significant, especially given the uncertainty surrounding Tee Higgins’ future with the team.
– Andrew Erickson

4.05 – Javon Baker (WR – NE)

Javon Baker’s path to the NFL took a significant turn when he transferred from Alabama to UCF, where he excelled with impressive dominator ratings in his final two seasons. Standing at 6-foot-1 and 202 pounds, Baker’s skill set as a big-play threat was evident, highlighted by his high average yards per reception and yards after catch ability. Often compared to DeVonta Smith, Baker brings added size and route-running prowess to the table. Drafted by the Patriots in the fourth round, he joins a team with a relatively thin receiver depth chart, offering him ample opportunity to shine. Despite being chosen after Ja’Lynn Polk, Baker’s consistent ability to make plays downfield suggests a high ceiling and the potential to emerge as a key figure in New England’s passing game.
– Andrew Erickson

5.05 – Tyrone Tracy Jr. (RB – NYG)

Tracy’s NFL career could be much better than his collegiate one when it’s all said and done. Last year’s tackle-breaking metrics should raise your eyebrows, especially for a player still acclimating to the position. Tracy ranked fourth in yards after contact per attempt and fifth in elusive rating (per PFF). Purdue offered him the most vanilla offensive role possible in the passing game with his receiver background. I expect the Giants to rectify that when he does garner snaps. Tracy only has to unseat Eric Gray to earn the RB2 role for the Giants. Gray didn’t do anything to wow the team last year with his 2.8 yards per carry and 1.53 yards after contact per attempt (per Fantasy Points Data). Devin Singletary looks like the team’s workhorse, but if he goes down, Tracy could take over three-down duties. He’s one of the best handcuff options in drafts.
– Derek Brown

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