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2024 1QB Rookie Mock Draft 5.0: Pre NFL Draft – Round 3

1QB Mock Draft 5.0 keeps rolling with Round 3.

It’s time for the Round 3 of the 1QB Mock Draft 5.0. We see a couple of tight ends slide into round three.

Check out Round 1 here and Round 2 here.

3.01 Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, 6’4″ 245lbs

Texas

Do I wish JT Sanders was a better blocker? Yes, of course. Even though blocking doesn’t earn fantasy points, improving his blocking would keep him on the field. Regardless, I’ll easily take a swing at my TE3 in the early third round. His 4.69 40 time doesn’t accurately represent his game speed. Sanders will be a receiving threat in the middle of the field.

@imbobbybish

3.02 Keon Coleman, WR, 6’3″ 213lbs

FSU

Keon Coleman will start to rise up draft boards with the early second-round draft capital. He is a contested receiver who struggles to get separation. He landed in a great spot to be fantasy relevant.

@MonCalFF

3.03 Malachi Corley, WR, 5’11” 215lbs

Western Kentucky

Corley plays aggressive and tough, he reminds me of Deebo Samuel. These types of guys are playmakers, and playmakers force their teams to get them the ball. Corey’s landing spot will largely determine his value, but in Round 3, you’re throwing darts, and I can’t see anyone better than Corley to throw a dart at!

@JohnnyBGoodeDFF

3.04 Jermaine Burton, WR, 6’0″ 200lbs

Alabama

Burton comes in round three with speed and route running. While he hasn’t exploded like many recent Alabama receivers, Burton has all the talent to be good. He’ll be a great deep threat for an offense and has the second gear to beat defenders easily. He should be someone to target in round three of rookie drafts.

@coachstevenp

3.05 Ja’Lynn Polk, WR, 6’1″203lbs

Oregon

With rumors floating around of his increasing draft stock, Ja’Lynn Polk is a solid target for the middle of round three. Having been a solid contributor in the Washington offense, Polk would be a good depth option to add to your dynasty roster in your rookie draft.

@MJohrendt23

3.06 Ray Davis, RB, 5’8″ 211

Kentucky

Davis put up two 1000-yard seasons in the SEC and scored 19 touchdowns. He is an older prospect and will need to earn snaps early to get into the #2-3yearwindow. Ray Davis is a very good receiver who runs the ball well enough to be a change-of-pace back.

@Culture_Coach

3.07 Ben Sinnott, TE, 6’4″ 250lbs

Wisconsin

Sinnott has a unique skill set—he is a TE in name only. He can be used all over the formation. He’s got great hands, and I love his YAC ability. Landing at the Commanders, Sinnott will have a chance to learn under Zach Ertz.

@ffpeebleschamp

3.08 Jalen McMillan, WR, 6’1″ 197lbs

Washington

McMillan isa wife receiver that should be on everyone’s radar. Yes he was overshadowed in college, but doors show overall skills that should translate to the NFL. His route running and since make him a threat in the slot. Landing for will and draft capital will determine how high he will be drafted.

@dropthemikeFF

3.09 Theo Johnson, TE, 6’6″ 259lbs

Penn State

At this point in the draft I’m swinging for the fences. The former Penn State star has a legitimate shot at being the No.2 TE in the class. His is big and fast. Boasting a soft pair of hands and an above average blocker. In the right spot he could develop into a TE1.

@ReflipeWThenuz

3.10 Audric Estime, RB, 5’11” 221lbs

Notre Dame

While Estime lacks overall foot speed, he does have good footwork. He runs with power and is hard to bring down once he gets a head of steam. Audric Estime was not used in the passing game often but was serviceable when called upon.

@Culture_Coach

3.11 Luke McCaffrey, WR, 6’2″ 194lbs

Rice

Hope that he’s drafted into a decent depth chart with an opportunity. Hope that he is put into a big slot role. Hope that he gets decent draft capital. Lots of hoping, but it’s the end of the third round. You take the shots and hope for the best.

@theSmingDynasty

3.12 Emani Bailey, RB, 5’7″ 202lbs

Rice

Bailey is my most under rated player in this draft. Love the way he finds creases and always seems to find yards. His RAS and size will push him down but if he gets snaps he will produce.

Ryan Wilhelm

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One Response

  1. As a deep stash RB for a Superflex Half PPR Dynasty League who do you recommend more, Emani Bailey for the Chiefs or Cody Schrader of the 49ers?

    Thanks
    C

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