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Superflex Fantasy Football Mock Draft: Diontae Johnson, Jonathon Brooks, Zamir White (2024)

While everyone is knee-deep in dynasty rookie drafts, it’s never too early to prepare for redraft leagues. Everyone knows that practice makes perfect, and there is no better way to practice than with the FantasyPros Fantasy Football Mock Draft Simulator.

I am picking 12th in this 12-team, superflex, and PPR-scoring redraft fantasy football mock draft. The lineup for this mock draft is one quarterback, two running backs, two wide receivers, one tight end, two flex, one superflex, and five bench spots.

My goal for this superflex fantasy football mock draft was to use my first two picks on a quarterback, then until the eighth round to select my first running back. Let’s see how it turned out.

Superflex Fantasy Football Mock Draft: Picks & Predictions

We go round-by-round to provide each and every pick I made in my latest Superflex fantasy football mock draft.

Round 7, Pick 12 – Diontae Johnson (WR – CAR)

Unfortunately, Johnson has been held back by awful quarterback play since Ben Roethlisberger’s retirement. While many believe the veteran receiver will continue to struggle now that he’s in Carolina with Bryce Young, that couldn’t be further from the truth. As the former No. 1 pick, Young struggled last year because he didn’t have receivers who could consistently separate. That won’t be the case with Johnson. While the Panthers added multiple pass catchers during the NFL Draft, none of them can challenge Johnson for the No. 1 wide receiver role.

Round 8, Pick 1 – Jonathon Brooks (RB – CAR)

Per reports, Brooks should be 100% healthy by the start of training camp. Therefore, expect his ADP to rise over the next few months. While Chuba Hubbard had solid moments last season, he is an average runner. Meanwhile, Miles Sanders was a massive flop in his first year with the team and might not be on the roster come Week 1. Expect Brooks to become Dave Canales’ new version of Rachaad White and have a massive role in Carolina’s offense both on the ground and in the air.

Round 9, Pick 12 – Zamir White (RB – LV)

White was the RB9 last season, averaging 15.2 fantasy points per game during the four weeks in which he was the starter, and he saw at least 20 touches in every contest. While some thought the Raiders would add a running back early during the NFL Draft, the team wanted until the sixth round to select Dylan Laube. Furthermore, Las Vegas spent multiple Day 2 picks improving their offensive line. Head coach Antonio Pierce’s goal is to run the ball and play defense, making White one of my must-have running backs in 2024.

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