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Superflex Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft: 12-Team, Five Rounds (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 superflex 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. 7 spot. Here is the full draft board, and we dive into the superflex dynasty rookie draft pick selection below.

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Superflex Dynasty Rookie Draft Pick Review

1.07 – Drake Maye (QB – NE)

Drake Maye lands in what appears to be a less-than-ideal situation. In 2024, he’ll be operating behind an offensive line that ranked 29th in pass-blocking grade (per PFF) while tossing the rock to a pass-catching depth chart that features Kendrick Bourne, Demario Douglas, K.J. Osborn, Juju Smith-Schuster, Hunter Henry, Austin Hooper, and Tyquan Thornton. Yikes. Big time YIKES! The good thing for Maye is that by the time he takes over as the starter, things could be better. With Jacoby Brissett on the roster, we could see Maye sit for a few games (maybe his entire rookie season). Even if Maye does start Week 1, we could see him protected inside of a run-heavy offense. During offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt’s tenure in Cleveland, he ranked 15th in neutral pace with the sixth-highest neutral rushing rate. Maye’s possible ceiling in the NFL and in fantasy remains intact long-term, but don’t expect him to come out of the gate posting gaudy stat lines or operating in a pass-first scheme. Maye is still in play inside the top eight rookie picks in Superflex formats and the top 12-15 selections in 1QB leagues.
– Derek Brown

2.07 – Jaylen Wright (RB – MIA)

Wright got decent draft capital (fourth-round) in the NFL Draft, but he landed in a nightmare situation. Raheem Mostert is coming off arguably the best season of his career, and De’Von Achane is one of the league’s most explosive rushers. Wright looks to be on the outside looking in for rushing volume right now, but it only takes one injury to change that. Mostert and Achane haven’t exactly been pictures of health in the NFL. Wright is the perfect late-round high-upside draft pick to covet this year. The talented rookie, who ranked fifth in yards after contact per attempt and 13th in elusive rating (per PFF), is only one domino’s fall away from consistent RB2/3 production this year.
– Derek Brown

3.07 – Jalen McMillan (WR – TB)

Jalen McMillan showcased significant potential at Washington, breaking out in his second season with a 19% dominator rating and further elevating his performance in 2022 to achieve 1,098 receiving yards and 9 TDs, leading to a 25% dominator rating. His success came despite sharing targets with future NFL prospects Rome Odunze and Ja’Lynn Polk, where he led the Huskies in targets and receptions that year. However, his role diminished in the following season due to injuries and a reduced downfield role in Washington’s vertical offense, limiting his production. Despite these challenges, McMillan’s early breakout and strong route-running skills, particularly from the slot where he played over 89% of snaps in the last two seasons, highlight his readiness for the NFL. Drafted by the Buccaneers in the third round, he has a clear path to becoming the WR3 this season and potentially WR2 by 2025, especially in a team that could leverage his abilities in the slot.
– Andrew Erickson

4.07 – Spencer Rattler (QB – NO)

Once deemed as a potential No.1 overall pick after the 2020 college football season, Spencer Rattler’s had a tumultuous college career to get to this point in his football career. At 20 years old, Rattler was PFF’s No.1-graded quarterback in the country. He was the Heisman favorite heading into 2021, but he was benched for Caleb Williams. He then transferred to South Carolina in 2022 where he started for two seasons. In 2023, he finished second in the class in both catchable throw percentage and on-target throw rate. Still, hoping that Rattler turns back into what excited CFB fans in 2020 – for those for those looking for a fantasy sleeper – might be out of luck. He’s not a rushing threat due to a lack of athletic acumen. And his arm talent will only get him so far. But if the Saints get more inconsistent play from Derek Carr, they could quickly turn to their 2024 5th-round pick. After the 2024 season, Carr’s dead cap falls to $17 million versus his $45 million salary cap hit. If he underwhelms again in 2024, he could be on the way out of New Orleans.
– Andrew Erickson

5.07 – Ainias Smith (WR – PHI)

The former running back weaves through traffic like a back. Smith has easy speed and quick twitch after the catch, with the ability to earn yards after the catch. Fluid hips and nimble feet allow him to win against corners in the short areas of the field. Smith was a slot option in college and projects for the same work in the NFL. Smith operated with a healthy dose of stop routes, manufactured touches, and slants where he was asked to run to daylight versus zone. Dynasty Outlook: Smith was drafted by the Eagles in round five. The former collegiate running back could fill a variety of roles for Philly, especially on special teams as a kick or punt returner. He could see some slot snaps, but he’ll have to earn them, so don’t expect much playing time with the offense this season. Smith is taxi squad viable in only the deepest of dynasty leagues (14 or 16 teamers).
– Derek Brown

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