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2023 Superflex Rookie Mock Draft 7.0 – Round 2 and 3

As the NFL Draft approaches, the Nerds Team follows up Rookie Mock Round 1 7.0 with Rounds 2&3.

Free agency is winding down and we are gearing up for the NFL Draft. Be sure to check out the team livestreaming Day 1 and 2 on the Dynasty Nerds YouTube channel. Click that subscribe button and get in on the action. We still have not had a sixth quarterback drafted, but the tight end position is starting to take shape. The running back position is deep and production will vary depending on a pathway to touches.

You can find Round 1 of the Superflex mock draft HERE. Let’s dive into Rounds 2 and 3.

Superflex Rookie Mock Draft 7.0 – Round 2

2.01 Roschon Johnson, RB, 6’0″ 219


Roschon has spent his career behind the greatest running back prospect we have seen in a long time. That does not make Roschon a subpar prospect. He has the needed size to be a three-down back in the NFL. Roschon has the ceiling of a bell cow back, meaning he also has a ceiling of being an RB1 for fantasy. – @DanT_NFL

2.02 Tank Bigsby, RB, 6’0″ 210


Bigsby has good vision and hits the hole hard but can get a little impatient. He has enough speed and size to be a workhorse in the NFL. He is more of a check-down option than a true receiving asset on third down. NFL coaching should improve that part of his game. – @culture_coach

2.03 Devon Achane, RB, 5’8.5″ 188

Texas A&M

Is Devon Achane too small to warrant significant draft capital, or will his speed and versatility in the passing game win out? I am betting on his upside here. He has outstanding contact balance for his underwhelming stature and vision that can only be bested by Bijan Robinson himself. – @GpodawundFF

2.04 Dalton Kincaid, TE, 6’4″ 246


Kincaid is my TE1 in a Superflex league. I love giving myself positional advantages at quarterback and tight end. Kincaid has great hands, an ability to find the open space, and a willingness to block. I would not be surprised if he is a first-round pick in the NFL draft next month. – @timbmartens

2.05 Kendre Miller, RB, 5’11” 215


Ignore that TCU didn’t use Miller in the passing game. He’s got fine hands. Plus, he has all the traits you want from a running back. Don’t be shocked if Miller winds up being the RB3/4 in this year’s draft when it’s all said and done. He’s got plenty of upside to selecting him here over riskier backs. – @DarthDbacks

2.06 Michael Mayer, TE, 6’4″ 249

Notre Dame

I’ll wind up with quite a few shares of Michael Mayer. While the consensus chases long-shot plays at running back or wide receiver, I’m more than content to ‘settle’ with a versatile tight end with first-round buzz and also just so happens to hold Notre Dame school records for receptions, yards, and touchdowns at the position. – @Spydes78

2.07 Sean Tucker, RB, 5’9″ 207


Sean Tucker has become a polarizing prospect in this year’s draft class. Tucker has good strength and overall athleticism. One issue is that sometimes he is indecisive behind the line of scrimmage. If he worked on that and his pass protection, I would feel more comfortable drafting him even higher than I am in this mock draft. – @dropthemikeFF

2.08 Tyjae Spears, RB, 5’9″ 204


A major winner of the Senior Bowl, Spears has been thrust into the spotlight of a disputable running back class following the top three. Spears has good size, game speed, and shiftiness in the open field, making him difficult to tackle. Draft capital will determine his value, but he’s currently a steal at the back end of the second. – @FF_TJHernandez

2.09 Luke Musgrave, TE, 6’6″ 253

Oregon State

Musgrave is an elite athlete at the position that will be a matchup nightmare for teams. He should find snaps almost immediately. Injuries derailed his production, but he is the last of the surefire big play guys at tight end. – Ryan Wilhelm

2.10 Jalin Hyatt, WR, 6’0″ 176


Admittedly, I’m not the biggest fan of Hyatt, but at this point, with his expected draft capital, this feels like immense value. Hyatt is a burner and can track the ball with the best of them. He wasn’t asked to run many different routes, but his tape hints that he may be more versatile than just a deep threat. – @ffpeebleschamp

2.11 Hendon Hooker, QB, 6’3″ 217


Hendon Hooker is a player who I feel has been underrated all off-season. While I understand the concerns about his age and ACL injury, they seem blown out of proportion. At Tennsese, Hooker showed excellent accuracy, pocket presence, and rushing upside. In a Superflex format. I want as much upside as possible near the end of the second round. – @SteveBradshawFF

2.12 Rashee Rice, WR, 6’1″ 204


Rashee Rice has the NFL receiver build you want. He doesn’t offer top-end speed, but he has fantastic ball skills to make up for it. Rice developed well over his time in college and could be a steal at this point of the draft. He also can create yards after the catch, which is all we want in fantasy. – @coachstevenp

Superflex Rookie Mock Draft 6.0 – Round 3

3.01 Marvin Mims, WR, 5’11” 183


Marvin Mims was an extremely productive receiver at the University of Oklahoma. He was successful with three separate quarterbacks throughout his career, which was capped by a 2022 season where he broke a thousand yards receiving. – @DanT_NFL

3.02 Cedric Tillman, WR, 6’3″ 213


Cedric Tillman is a big, rugged receiver who catches the ball well in traffic. He will need to improve his get-off when pressed at the line of scrimmage to achieve his full potential. – @culture_coach

3.03 DeWayne McBride, RB, 5’10” 209


DeWayne McBride is the pinnacle of contact balance. He possesses the long speed, quick feet, and physicality required to be an early down back. McBride has little lateral agility and no receiving profile, with only five career catches. – @GpodawundFF

3.04 Chase Brown, RB, 5’9″ 209


Coming off a 1600+ yard, 13 touchdown senior season, Brown ran a 4.43 40 at the combine. He is a strong back with good hands who could look like a steal in the third round a few years from now. – @timbmartens

3.05 Israel Abanikanda, RB, 5’10” 216


Abanikanda is certainly a risk here, but it’s the third round. He’s a strong rusher that has a ton of upside. It’s easy to see him become an RB3 in dynasty by the end of this year. – @DarthDbacks

3.06 Zach Evans, RB, 5’10” 202

Ole Miss

The forgotten man among 2023 running back prospects, Evans packs a ton of upside. With speed to the edge and power to engage tacklers, Evans could ascend into an early down role. I like that type of gamble at 3.06. – @Spydes78

3.07 Eric Gray, RB, 5’9″ 207


Eric Gray is an aggressive type of runner and has decent contact balance. He can be a change of pace running back in the right situation. One knock against him is that he is a 24-year-old prospect. – @dropthemikeFF

3.08 Darnell Washington, TE, 6’7″ 265


Washington has all the tools to be a complete tight end. He has great size and athleticism. I think Washington can get on the field immediately and that’s a steal at the end of the third. – @FF_TJHernandez

3.09 Kenny McIntosh, RB, 6’0″ 204


McIntosh put up good numbers rushing and can carve out a role there. But what is so enticing about him is that he should immediately see the field due to his receiving and pass blocking. – Ryan Wilhelm

3.10 Puka Nacua, WR, 6’2″ 201


Nacua has good ball skills, can win with physicality, and knows how to stack defensive backs. He has a chance to be a late pick that can have fantasy production. Worth a shot late. – @ffpeebleschamp

3.11 Kayshon Boutte, WR, 5’11” 195


I have one goal—draft for upside, upside, and more upside. Kayshon Boutte is not a phenomenal prospect, but he’s worth a shot at the 3.11. Boutte had a terrible combine which has caused him to plummet in rankings. – @SteveBradshawFF

3.12 Evan Hull, RB, 5’10” 209


Hull has been doing everything right in this draft process. He has good vision as a runner and can be a threat in the passing game. He has low mileage in this college and could be a sneak three-down player. – @coachstevenp

That wraps up Superflex Rookie Mock Draft 7.0. How do you feel about the value in the third round? Did we leave anyone out? Drop a comment and let up know.

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2 Responses

  1. Why does dynasty nerds rankings look nothing like this mock draft ? Do the rankings update at all based on perception of draft capital or any other metric ?

    1. There are several different people who do the rankings, several that may not be rankers that participate in the mock drafts. So you will get variance.

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