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2023 Superflex Rookie Mock Draft 6.0 – Round 1

Rookie season is in full swing. The Dynasty Nerds team is here with Superflex Rookie Mock Draft 6.0.

It was an exciting week at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. Bryce Young didn’t participate in drills, Will Levis threw hard, CJ Stroud threw the ball beautifully, and Anthony Richardson ran, jumped, and threw his way into the top pick conversation. Bijan and Gibbs didn’t disappoint, and Jaxon Smith-Njigba seemed to secure his lock on the WR1 position. Did anyone else surprise?

Let’s take a look at Superflex Mock Draft 6.0.

Superflex Rookie Mock Draft 6.0 – Round 1.

1.01 Bijan Robinson, RB, 5’11” 215


Robinson confirmed his athletic strengths at the combine and he’s a lock to be 1.01, regardless of format. He’s a three-down beast, and a top five running back, regardless of team. – @ffpeebleschamp

1.02 Bryce Young, QB, 5’10” 204


I went with Bryce Young here because he’s the best AND safest quarterback in the class. The combine performance by Richardson was enticing, but Young remains QB1 for me. I had Richardson as my QB3 going into the combine, and he’s closed the gap to Stroud for QB2, but if I am picking second overall, I want to make sure I don’t waste a pick. Young has plenty of upside and is a safe bet to be a starter in the NFL for years to come. – @THEtristancook

1.03 CJ Stroud, QB, 6’3″ 214

Ohio State University

There’s probably not much to be said about this pick. Stroud and Young were universally regarded as the top quarterback tandem entering the Combine. And, though Anthony Richardson may have shaken things up a bit, Stroud did his fair share of dazzling in Indianapolis. His passing session was, in fact, so impressive that longtime scout and media personality Daniel Jeremiah was quoted as saying that Stroud had “one of the best throwing sessions he had ever seen” at the Combine. That kind of praise is good enough for me at 1.03 in a Superflex. – @Spydes78

1.04 Jaxon Smith-Njigba, WR, 6’0″ 197

Ohio State University

Despite not running the 40-yard dash like we were all hoping, Jaxon Smith-Njigba had a great combine. He was my WR1 before, and seeing him dominate the agility drills confirmed it for me. I had Jordan Addison falling down my rankings and Quentin Johnston staying put, so at the 1.04, I’m more than happy to take Smith-Njigba. – @SteveBradshawFF

1.05 Anthony Richardson, QB, 6’4″ 244


This mock made me realize just how much I want to be in the top 4 picks in Superflex leagues. I view all four of the picks before this one as homerun’s. But don’t get me wrong, I am plenty excited about the absurd potential that Anthony Richardson brings to any NFL team. With the recent success of exceptionally-mobile quarterbacks, more and more teams will begin to build their offenses around a quarterback like Richardson. Mechanics and accuracy can be improved, but you can’t teach a quarterback to run a 4.44. Richardson has the highest potential of any player in this draft. He was a very easy selection at 1.05. – @domffl

1.06 Jahmyr Gibbs, RB, 5’9″ 199


With all the quarterback hotness going early, getting Gibbs here is a great value. He’s a smaller back at 5’9″ and teetering on that 200 lbs threshold we like to see from running backs for bellcow work, but the combine showcased his elite speed. On top of his rushing ability, he’s a very capable receiver and performed well in both the ACC and the SEC under significant workloads. If he goes to a team with an open backfield, he could very well take it over, and that kind of upside in the middle of the first is fantastic. – @MonCalFF

1.07 Will Levis, QB 6’4″ 229


This is a Superflex draft, and as such, I will nab the last of the Big-4 from this year’s class. Levis is rumored to be a top 10 NFL pick. With his tools and that draft capital, he would be a slam dunk selection at #7. – @ReflipeWThenuz

1.08 Jordan Addison, WR, 5’11” 173


Addison has been a long-time own and acquisition target of mine in Devy leagues. Although his stock has dropped following the combine, with the quarterbacks also roaring up draft boards – rightfully so – to attain him with a late first seems like a no brainer. A bit undersized and slightly slower than advertised, he is excellent at separation and an exceptional route runner with a diverse route tree. Several undersized WRs have found success in the NFL with an Addison -type profile, and I fully expect Addison to carry in that tradition. – @haykjernazian

1.09 Quentin Johnston, WR, 6’3″ 208


I love Superflex leagues because you have talent like Quentin Johnston, who makes it you at the ninth overall pick. He’s an X-wide receiver with a rare and elite size/speed combo, good hands, and absurd athleticism. I’m not worried about his lack of routes ran at TCU. He will be fine in the NFL, and I’m pumped to get my WR1 this late. – @DarthDbacks

1.10 Zach Charbonnet, RB 6’0″ 214


Pulling back the curtain a bit, the Nerds staff gets to pick their draft slot when doing these mocks. I intentionally chose the tenth pick because I feel like, at the moment, it is the toughest. It may shake out differently come late April, but in the meantime, if you have the tenth pick, my advice is to trade down a few picks. Charbonnet is a good prospect and had a decent combine, but he is in a lesser tier than the nine players picked in this mock above him. – @TheSmingDynasty

1.11 Devon Achane, RB, 5’8.5″ 188

Texas A&M

I wasn’t in love with having pick 1.11, especially in a mock at this point of the year. The can’t-miss prospects are mostly gone by this point, with the rest of the top guys being more landing spot dependent for me. Achane is my choice here due to his raw talent. Running the third-fastest 40 (among running backs) in Combine history at 188 pounds was a big win for him. – @fakefootballs

1.12 Zay Flowers, WR 5’9″ 182

Boston College

Watching Zay Flowers at the combine got me all sorts of excited for his potential at the next level. His speed and skill were on full display in the gauntlet drill, and he put up a very respectable 4.42 40-yard dash. I believe Flowers will be a late first-round pick in the NFL draft. That draft capital has me snatching Flowers up in any league where I have a late first-round pick, and he is still available. – @timbmartens

That puts post-Combine Superflex Rookie Mock 5.0 Round 1 in the books. Be on the lookout later this week for Rounds 2 and 3.

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