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2024 1QB Rookie Mock Draft 6.0: Post NFL Draft – Round 2

1QB Mock Draft 6.0 keeps rolling with Round 2.

Round 2 checks in with seven wide receivers, but there is still value to be had. Running back, on the other hand, is delivering an opportunity for dynasty managers to be patient. We see just one quarterback drafted in the second round of the 1QB Post NFL Draft 6.0.

Check out Round 1 here.

2.01 Xavier Legette, WR, 6’1″ 221lbs

Carolina Panthers

When drafting NFL wide receivers I always like to try for a team’s #1 target. This class is absolutely loaded at the wide receiver position. To get a first round NFL WR in the second round of a 1QB is a rare treat indeed. The Panthers believed in Xavier Legette enough to trade into the first round to get a fifth year of control. He profiles as the long-term top option for last year’s top pick Bryce Young. What a great landing spot and quality prospect here in the second round.


2.02 Adonai Mitchell, WR, 6’2″ 205lbs

Indianapolis Colts

The Colts are amassing a talented group of young skill players and Adonai Mitchell is their latest acquisition. Mitchell is a big, fast, athletic, and talented wide receiver. He will need to put the college inconsistencies behind him, or Josh Downs will push him from the slot.


2.03 Ray Davis, RB, 5’8″ 211lbs

Buffalo Bills

Davis was a candidate for RB1 in the class for me based on his talent, but age was a concern. Landing in Buffalo, he could split time with James Cook but I believe Ray Davis is a better runner overall. He’s got vision, contact balance, and strength, plus can catch passes, and Davis could surprise the next few years.


2.04 Troy Franklin, WR, 6’2″ 176lbs

Denver Broncos

I debated taking Jayden Daniels here, but I ultimately went with Troy Franklin. Despite his draft weekend fall, he still went early on day three to 1) a good landing spot 2) with a good coach 3) and his college quarterback. Everyone went into this draft with the thought of how deep this class was, but I think this shows that in a 1QB league, that isn’t the case.


2.05 Jayden Daniels, QB, 6’4″ 210lbs

Washington Commanders

Jayden Daniels has tremendous upside that can’t be ignored in 1QB leagues in the middle of the second round. His rushing ability will prop up his overall stats while adjusting to the NFL game speed. Especially in salary cap leagues, getting a quarterback of this caliber on a rookie contract is too good to pass up.


2.06 Ja’Lynn Polk, WR, 6’1″ 203lbs

New England Patriots

Ja’lynn Polk’s acceleration off the line isn’t great but his long gait gives him enough speed to compete, and he has reliable hands. He’s very willing to get physical with defensive backs and the occasional linebacker, he could easily become a team’s Z receiver thanks to those attributes or a slant option out of the slot with big play upside.


2.07 Jermaine Burton, WR, 6’0″ 200lbs

Cincinnati Bengals

I have been getting Burton in the third round of my early rookie drafts. I expect that ADP to rise. Jermaine Burton never put together a monster college season, but we saw enough of the route running, explosiveness, good hands to give us a glimpse of what it might look like with a consistently good quarterback.


2.08 MarShawn Lloyd, RB 5’9″ 220lbs

Green Bay Packers

Lloyd was another back who needed the right landing spot and improved his draft stock immensely in 2023. Josh Jacobs is there as the lead back but was underwhelming last season and has a contract which the Pack could move on from easily after this season. MarShawn Lloyd runs with burst and purpose and could take a three-down role there if Jacobs doesn’t perform.


2.09 Roman Wilson, WR, 5’11” 185lbs

Pittsburgh Steelers

Roman Wilson should see immediate targets in the Pittsburgh offense. With Diontae Johnson gone, the perennial top five target leader leaves triple digit targets on the table for the new wide receiver corps of George Pickens, Van Jefferson, and Roman Wilson to gobble up. I expect Wilson to return WR3 numbers, which is great for being chosen at the 2.09 spot.


2.10 Malachi Corley, WR, 5’11” 215lbs

New York Jets

The Jets were aggressively working to trade up for Corley and ecstatic when they got him. I’m betting on Malachi Corley‘s upside as an elite receiver after the catch. The Jets should be utilizing him as the 3rd best receiver, but with Mike Williams’s injury history, he could be bumped up to the second option easily. Corley forces missed tackles and should be fun to watch. As Garrett Wilson and Breece Hall draws the main focus of the defense, I think Malachi Corley will eat.


2.11 Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, 6’4″ 245

Carolina Panthers

Sanders lands in a favorable situation with the Panthers, who desperately need weapons on the offense. Ja’Tavion Sanders offers elite upside for the tight end position. He is a mismatch for any linebacker and safety you put on him on the field. We saw a run of young tight ends to break out in 2023. A few players could do the same, and Sanders is one of them.


2.12 Jaylen Wright, RB, 5’11” 210lbs

Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins drafted Jaylen Wright as the fourth running back in the draft. But the key thing to remember is that they traded up to draft him. Yes, the Dolphins already had Devon Achane on the team, but Wright’s combination of speed and power should make him fantasy relevant right away. The Dolphins high powered offense has the ability to support more than one running back. His upside makes him very intriguing and valuable in 1QB leagues at this spot in drafts.


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