Close this search box.

2023 Superflex Rookie Mock Draft 8.0 – Round 4

Hey #NerdHerd we made it!! Here is Round 4 of the Superflex pre draft mock. Do it up!!

We made it!! Round 4 is here and we are just hours away from Round 1 of the NFL Draft. This is the deepest we have went and there are some gems in here. You can find the other rounds here:

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Let’s dig into Round 4.

Superflex Rookie Mock Draft 8.0 – Round 4

4.01 Kayshon Boutte, WR, 5’11” 195


The pre-draft evaluation period has marked a precipitous fall from grace for LSU wideout Kayshon Boutte. Once considered among the cream of the 2023 crop, an unimpressive rebound from ankle surgery matched with lackluster athletic scores have relegated this once-promising star to fourth-round purgatory. And yet, despite all of the negatives, Boutte still flashes on tape with route running skills befitting his prestigious Tiger pedigree. If he can land in the right NFL situation and rediscover the talent that initially put him on radars, Boutte could be a tremendous bargain at his current price point. – @Spydes78

4.02 Jayden Reed, WR, 1’11” 187

Michigan State

Jayden Reed had to sit out a year right before the transfer rule changed. And he returned for a fifth year in college only to be hurt for most of the season. A tough run of luck, BUT he’s an exciting player with good burst and excellent separation skills. He’s tough at the catch point and dangerous after the catch. He’s a little undersized, as are many others in this class. If he weren’t 23 years old, people would likely be much higher on him, and he’s a fine dart throw in the fourth round. – @devy2dynastyfr

4.03 Andrei Iosivas, WR, 6’3″ 205


In a draft full of small receivers, a big receiver from Princeton is worth a dart throw in the fourth round after an impressive offseason. He ran a 4.43 40-yard and impressed in many events, even wowing at the Senior Bowl. He’s got quick feet, easily wins jump balls, and is a dangerously fluid runner after the catch. The level of competition and being a body catcher are the biggest concern – but he’s a fun late rookie draft dart throw. – @ffpeebleschamp

4.04 Kenny McIntosh, RB, 6’0″ 204


Round 4 is tough. You have to take a shot on guys that might have value. I’ll take a shot on McIntosh and hope his receiving ability will earn him some opportunities at some point in his career. – @imbobbybish

4.05 Zack Kuntz, TE, 6’6″ 255

Old Dominion

In the fourth round, I’m taking a shot on a tight end, Zack Kuntz. Kuntz was never a great prospect but showed out at the combine posting a perfect 10 Raw Athletic Score. Kuntz could be a good passing catcher if he pans out. There aren’t any other appealing options in this range, so I like taking a shot on a tight end near the end of the draft. – @SteveBradshawFF

4.06 Stetson Bennett, QB, 5’11” 192


As we get to the back half of the final round of this draft, I am going to take a Hail Mary shot at quarterback. And what better shot than a guy who led his team to two National Titles? Stetson Bennett doesn’t jump off the page physically, but what he has been able to do is win. He impressed me at the combine. I expected average workout tape, but Bennett looked like he belonged with every other quarterback in Indy. Between his fantastic record in college and a much more interesting tape, than I expected, I am willing to take a flyer on him. – @timbmartens

4.07 Parker Washington, WR, 5’10” 205

Penn State

It’s all about upside this late in a rookie draft. Washington has an excellent pedigree and comes from a program that has recently produced players like Allen Robinson, Chris Godwin, and Jahan Dotson. Parker didn’t like up to their standards at PSU, but there could certainly be a whole lot of untapped potential. – @ReflipeWThenuz

4.08 Eric Gray, RB, 5’9″ 207


What an absolute steal in the fourth round of this rookie mock. Eric Gray is one of my favorite sleeper running backs in this class. He reminds me a lot of Tony Pollard and how his talent can be used all over the field. Gray thrived in every situation he was in at the college level. He had a breakout senior season with over 1300 yards and showed value as a pass catcher. Gray will be a must-add rookie prospect in the third round of drafts. – @CoachStevenP

4.09 Evan Hull, RB, 5’10” 209


Hull has a sneaky upside. He’s got good speed and agility and is quite possibly the second-best receiving back in this draft class. Hull does a ton well and knows how to weave through traffic. To get a potential PPR machine here feels like a screaming steal. Not saying he will be the next big-name PPR back, but he should contribute on Day 1. – @darthdbacks

4.10 Tucker Kraft, TE, 6’5″ 255

S. Dakota State

At this stage, I think there’s nice value with a tight end like Kraft because of his athleticism and pass-catching chops. He has the size/speed combo that seems like a prerequisite for any successful fantasy tight end nowadays. I think Kraft could be a steal if he can get decent draft capital and a good landing spot. – @fakefootballs

4.11 Xavier Hutchinson, WR, 6’2″ 203

Iowa State

Hutchinson does a lot of things well and showed that in his three years at Iowa State. He has good hands and great body control. His yards after catch will make him fantasy relevant. His longer-end speed is not great, but it is decent. This wide receiver class is not great, but Hutchinson is a player you shouldn’t pass up in the mid to late third round of rookie drafts. His ceiling in fantasy will be a WR3/flex type of player. – @dropthemikeFF

4.12 Bryce Ford-Wheaton, WR, 6’4″ 221

West Virginia

Bryce Ford-Wheaton has become one of my favorite land round dart throws in rookie drafts this year. The West Virginia senior is an athletic freak who scored 9.97 out of 10 for his Relative Athletic Score. This was the top athletic score for all wide receivers since testing began in 1987. In addition, he is a larger wide receiver in a historically small class. At 6’4” and 221 pounds, he fits the frame of a prototypical alpha at the NFL level. He does have issues with drops which explains why he is available here in the fourth round of your rookie drafts. – @DanT_NFL

You can find the 1QB draft HERE. Speaking of the draft. Remember to tune into the Dynasty Nerds YouTube channel for live streams hosted by Dan Toomey and Tim Martens. Set your reminders, subscribe to the channel, get your snacks, and hop into the chat and be a part of it all!!

Get more of the Dynasty Nerds!! Download the Bettor Sports Network free app and listen to Dynasty Nerds Live hosted by Dynasty Price Thursday night from 7pm to 9pm. When you download the app, you can call into the show with just a push of a button.

One Response

Share on Social

More to read

UNlock Premium For Free

Deposit at least $10 at Underdog Fantasy and get our #Nerdherd and DynastyGM FREE for 12 Months!
Use code Nerds at checkout!
* Restrictions Apply | New Users Only


Rank Name Position Pos. Rank


Dominate your Dynasty leagues

Dynasty Nerds App is Mission Control for your Dynasty Leagues. Download Now!

Dominate your
Dynasty leagues

Dynasty Nerds App is Mission Control for your Dynasty Leagues. Download Now!

Black Friday Sale

25% OFF 

Coupon Code - holiday25
Sign-up Now
* Terms & Conditions Apply

Log In

Not a member yet?