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Superflex Fantasy Football Mock Draft: Kyler Murray, Jordan Love, Chris Olave (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 1, Pick 12 – Kyler Murray (QB – ARI)

Some have forgotten how much of a fantasy star Murray has been in his career. He wasn’t 100% last year after suffering a torn ACL during the 2022 season. However, the superstar quarterback averaged 20.4 fantasy points per game over the first four years of his career. Furthermore, Murray was a top-seven quarterback on a points-per-game basis in three of those seasons. Arizona improved their offensive line in free agency and added Marvin Harrison Jr. during the NFL Draft. Don’t be surprised if Murray has a big comeback year in 2024.

Round 2, Pick 1 – Jordan Love (QB – GB)

Love had many doubters heading into his first season as the starter. He began the year on fire, averaging three passing touchdowns and 21.7 fantasy points per game over the first two weeks. He hit a slump after that, but the former Utah State star proved he is a franchise-caliber quarterback as the year went on. Love was the QB2 over the final seven contests of the fantasy season, averaging 2.3 passing touchdowns and 21.6 fantasy points per game. The second-year starter has an exciting young core of receiving options, giving him significant fantasy upside.

Round 3, Pick 12 – Chris Olave (WR – NO)

While fantasy rankings won’t have Olave in the same tier as Garrett Wilson or Drake London, the former Ohio State star was the only one of the three to finish in the top 25 last season. He was the WR16 and averaged 14.5 fantasy points per game, despite ranking 28th among wide receivers in receiving touchdowns with five. Derek Carr and Olave struggled to connect in their first year together. However, fantasy players should have high hopes for the star receiver now that the Saints have hired Klint Kubiak as their offensive coordinator.

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