Fantasy Superflex Rookie Mock

Four-round rookie superflex mock draft

By: Joe Mason @josephmason94

1.01 – (QB) Trevor Lawrence

There isn’t an easier pick than this folks. The best QB prospect since Andrew Luck is a pristine asset that will help a contending or rebuilding team. This is the only pick you don’t have to think twice about.

1.02 – (QB) Justin Fields

1.03 – (RB) Najee Harris

Najee checks all the boxes to be a successful running back in the NFL. There is an argument for him at 1.02 here, but due to quarterback scarcity in superflex he slides into this slot.

1.04 – (WR) Ja’Marr Chase

1.05 – (QB) Zach Wilson

1.06 – (RB) Travis Etienne

Etienne played the majority if his college career around 205 lbs. Clemson has its pro day on March 11th and he weighed in at 215 while running a 4.41 forty-yard dash. Etienne has the potential to be a three down running back in the NFL and he shouldn’t slide past the 1.06 mark. The extra weight may have slightly slowed him down, but his 40 time is plenty fast.

1.07 – (QB) Trey Lance

1.08 – (RB) Javonte Williams

1.09 – (WR) DeVonta Smith

1.10 – (WR) Jaylen Waddle

Back-to-back Alabama wideouts here late in the first, and Waddle has the upside and big play ability NFL teams are looking for. He goes after fellow Alabama and Heisman winner DeVonta Smith.

1.11 – (TE) Kyle Pitts

1.12 – (QB) Mac Jones

The 2020 Golden Arm award winner is arguably the most underrated rookie in this class. Jones finished with the most passing yards in college football with 4,500 while leading the Crimson Tide to a national title and undefeated record. Jones rounds off the first round as the fifth QB taken.

2.01 – (WR) Rashod Batemen

2.02 – (WR) Rondale Moore)

2.03 – (WR) Amon-Ra St. Brown

2021 rookie second round picks are extremely valuable this year and it has a lot to do with the fact that the WR class is very deep. Batemen, Moore, and St. Brown kick off the second round in style and are all very talented WRs.

2.04 – (RB) Kenneth Gainwell

2.05 – (WR) Kadarius Toney

2.06 – (WR) Elijah Moore

2.07 – (WR) Terrace Marshall

2.08 – (RB) Michael Carter

2.09 – (TE) Pat Freiermuth

The second TE off the board is Freiermuth out of Penn State. There is a reason they call him “Baby Gronk”. Freiermuth runs extremely well including impressive athletic ability for a 260 pound human being.

2.10 – (WR) Tylan Wallace

2.11 – (RB) Jermar Jefferson

2.12 – (WR) Dwayne Eskridge

3.01 – (QB) Kyle Trask

3.02 – (RB) Kylin Hill

3.03 – (WR) Tamorrion Terry

Terry is one of the most intriguing prospects in this class. The 6”4’ 210-pound prospect has wheels and is projected to run a 4.5 40. Would any defense be able to stop the Chiefs if he goes to Kansas City?

3.04 – (WR) Dyami Brown

3.05 – (TE) Brevin Jordan

3.06 – (RB) Chuba Hubbard

Chuba put up an amazing 2019 campaign but fell back down to earth in 2020. He was a projected 2021 first round pick before the 2020 season. I see Chuba as a value this late so I will happily take him in the mid third.

3.07 – (QB) Kellen Mond

3.08 – (RB) Trey Sermon

3.09 – (WR) Amari Rodgers

Amari Rodgers is the late round gem with potential upside you want to target. The 5”10’ 210 pound WR is very versatile and can line up all over the field. He would be a serious problem for linebackers to cover out of the backfield.

3.10 – (WR) Seth Williams

3.11 – (WR) Nico Collins

3.12 – (RB) Rhamondre Stevenson

At times the pro day measurements can be blown out of proportion. Stevenson has all the talent in the world to be successful in the NFL but he ended up running a 4.6 40 at his pro day at Oklahoma. Buy the dip and snag him in the late third if you can.

4.01 – (QB) Jamie Newman

4.02 – (WR) Frank Darby

Frank Darby is another late round sleeper that could potentially add some juice to your dynasty squad. He is a sneaky fourth round selection.

4.03 – (WR) Jonathan Adams Jr.

4.04 – (RB) Javian Hawkins

4.05 – (TE) Jared Rice

4.06 – (WR) Shi Smith

4.07 – (RB) Elijah Mitchell

4.08 – (WR) Cornell Powell

4.09 – (QB) Riley Ferguson

4.10 – (WR) Tutu Atwell

4.11 – (WR) Dazz Newsome

4.12 – (RB) Pooka Williams

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