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Dynasty Superflex Rookie Mock Draft: Four Rounds (2024 Fantasy Football)

Now that we have had time to digest the impact of the 2024 NFL Draft, fantasy football nerds can turn their focus to their dynasty superflex rookie drafts.

Practice makes perfect, so let’s dive into a dynasty Superflex rookie mock draft where I was tasked with picking from the No. 10 spot. Below you will find an analysis of each pick I made. Make sure to use our FREE fantasy football mock draft simulator for your mock draft needs.

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Superflex Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft

Pick 1.10 – Xavier Worthy (WR-KC)

Despite winning the Super Bowl last season, the Kansas City Chiefs desperately need more offensive weapons. Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce need help to carry the load on the Chiefs offense. The Kansas City Chiefs were super aggressive in selecting a wide receiver in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft, trading up from No. 32 to No. 28 overall to select Texas wide receiver Xavier Worthy.

Worthy finished last season with 1,014 receiving yards and five touchdowns. He averaged 14 yards per catch for his college career and finished fourth in school history in receiving yards (2,755) and eighth in punt return yards (564). 

He ran the fastest 40 time in the history of the NFL Scouting Combine. Worthy is coming off a terrific final season showcasing his unique playmaking ability. His dynamic ability, paired with Andy Reid’s play-call wizardry, will allow Mahomes to have a Tyreek Hill-type explosive wideout who can take the top off a defense.

Worthy will get the looks in this Chiefs offense that will push the rookie wideout up dynasty rankings. It’s hard not to be excited about pairing Worthy in this Chiefs offense.

Pick 2.10 – Jermaine Burton (WR-CIN)

The Cincinnati Bengals already possess one of the best one-two punches at wide receiver with Ja’Marr Chase and Tee Higgins. However, there is a black cloud surrounding Higgins’ contract situation. Higgins has been rumored to be leaving the Bengals this past offseason, but he looks to remain in Cincinnati, at least for now.

The Bengals jumped in to get ahead of a potential replacement for Higgins by selecting Burton in the third round (80th overall) of the 2024 NFL Draft. Burton caught a touchdown pass every 5.7 grabs during his college career. He is an elite vertical receiver who produced eight touchdowns while leading the Crimson Tide in receiving last year, averaging over 20 yards per catch.

In his rookie season, Burton will play a complementary role as Tyler Boyd’s replacement, the third wideout in an explosive Bengals offense. His presence will keep defenses honest vertically with his huge splash plays. Burton will become a valuable weapon for a healthy Joe Burrow and will explode into fantasy stardom. He should be targeted in all rookie drafts.

Pick 3.10 – Javon Baker (WR-NEP)

Javon Baker caught 52 passes for 1,139 yards and seven touchdowns in his senior season. Baker was named first-team All-Big 12 after leading the conference in receiving yards. His 21.9 yards per reception ranked second in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). Baker fell to the fourth round due to some character concerns and questioning the quality of his opposition.

However, Baker enters a path to an open depth chart with the New England Patriots. The Patriots’ leading receiver last season was Demario Douglas, who had just 561 receiving yards. Douglas will start in the slot, but the outside wideout positions are wide-open competitions. Baker and fellow rookie wideout Ja’Lynn Polk, newcomer K.J. Osborn, JuJu Smith-Schuster and Tyquan Thornton. None of these receivers will scare any defenses.

The Patriots’ offense will struggle with rookie quarterback Drake Maye or journeyman Jacoby Brissett leading the offensive attack. Maye will hopefully take the opportunity to take charge, develop chemistry with Baker and Polk, and boost the Patriots’ offense. Banking on Baker at this draft capital to take advantage of his opportunity and talent should be targeted by fantasy managers. Let’s hope his confidence provides the offensive output Baker bravely boasts so far in camp.

Pick 4.10 – Dylan Laube (RB-LV)

With the final pick of this dynasty rookie draft, there were no wide receivers or tight ends to be excited about. This pointed me to New Hampshire running back Dylan Laube, who led the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) in all-purpose yards with 209.5 yards per game for New Hampshire. Laube shined in his last two seasons, hauling 117 receptions while handling 403 carries for 1,920 yards and 24 touchdowns.

Laube joins the Las Vegas Raiders’ backfield, which includes Zamir White, who excels on the ground and ran just 70 routes last season but has only 15 receptions in two NFL seasons. The Raiders also brought in veteran Alexander Mattison, who has never been used in any pass-catcher role. Mattison is here as an in-depth piece in a limited role.

There is a massive opportunity for Laube to emerge as a passing-down specialist in this Raiders offense. If injuries hit, fantasy managers in PPR leagues could strike gold with this value as a fourth-round pick in rookie drafts.

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