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2024 1QB Rookie Mock Draft 6.0: Post NFL Draft – Round 3

1QB Mock Draft 6.0 keeps rolling with Round 3.

It’s time for the Round 3 of the 1QB Mock Draft 6.0. We see values, sleepers, and quarterbacks in round three.

Check out Round 1 here and Round 2 here.

3.01 Ben Sinnott, TE, 6’4″ 250lbs

Washington Commanders

The fact that I can get a player of this caliber in the third round highlights the depth of this class. Ben Sinnott was my second tight end pre-draft, and his NFL situation cements him in that status. He should be a nice weapon for his new franchise quarterback and your dynasty squads alike.


3.02 Blake Corum, RB, 5’8″ 205lbs

Los Angeles Rams

I was surprised to get Blake Corum this late. Corum is a sturdy runner with good explosiveness and vision. He is underrated as a pass catcher due to Donavan Edwards having that role the last two seasons. How quickly we forget that Corum was the pass-catching back during the end of the Hassan Haskins era at the U of M. Corum will be the successor/handcuff to Kyren Williams.


3.03 Javon Baker, WR, 6’1″ 202lbs

New England Patriots

The second wide receiver drafted by the Patriots, I loved Javon Baker’s film and thought he could be one of the breakout stars of the class in the right situation. He’s got deep ball skills and speed to make teams pay after the catch, but he needs development to reach his ceiling.


3.04 Tyrone Tracy, RB, 6’1″ 210lbs

New York Giants

The latter half of this year’s rookie drafts will be filled with dart throw wide receivers with a slim chance of ever being consistently startable. Instead, try to look for the dart throw running backs with a good opportunity to crack their team’s starting lineup. For example, Tyrone Tracy Jr. has only Devin Singletary to beat (sorry, Eric Gray fans) to become fantasy-relevant.


3.05 Bucky Irving, RB, 5’9″ 195lbs

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

This is an upside play for me, as Rachaad White was inefficient last season. Bucky Irving should see some snaps this year.


3.06 Drake Maye, QB, 6’4″ 221lbs

New England Patriots

Drake Maye is built like a prototypical quarterback, but his inconsistent mechanics hold him back. Thanks to his physical profile and flashes of elite upside in college, he is worth taking a chance on in the third round.


3.07 JJ McCarthy, QB, 6’2″ 219lbs

Minnesota Vikings

I’m playing the long game here. The Jefferson/Addison/Hockenson trio is good enough that Sam Darnold will look respectable and start for 2024, allowing McCarthy to get some seasoning a la Mahomes behind Alex Smith. While I think JJ McCarthy’s game is substantially closer to Smith’s than Mahomes, I expect McCarthy to be a high-end QB2 with low-to-mid QB1 upside.


3.08 Malik Washington, WR, 5’8″ 191lbs

Miami Dolphins

Malik Washington is a fun receiver who can work in the slot at Miami and potentially have an early impact. He’s great after the catch, tough to bring down, and a great compliment to the potent Dolphins offense.


3.09 Rasheen Ali, RB, 6’0″ 209lbs

Baltimore Ravens

Rasheen Ali joins the Ravens team, which has used multiple running backs each season for the past three seasons. As a fifth-round pick, Ali has the potential to carve out some production for this run-focused team.


3.10 Kimani Vidal, 5’8″ 213lbs

Los Angeles Chargers

This is a landing spot pick. The Chargers are a beautiful landing spot for Vidal. His competition for backfield touches are Gus Edwards and JK Dobbins. I think Kimani Vidal will get carries, and as we’ve seen in the NFL, all you need is an opportunity. This pick could pay dividends.


3.11 Jalen McMillan, WR, 6’1″ 197lbs

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

In round three, Jalen McMillan is a steal. McMillan was the underrated receiver in that Washington offense. He lands in Tampa Bay, where he will compete as the third receiver. McMillan’s long-term value could be huge if he can develop correctly.


3.12 Will Shipley, RB, 5’11” 209lbs

Philadelphia Eagles

Will Shipley was drafted in the fourth round by the Eagles, where differently, he won’t be expected to be a workhorse running back. His pass-catching ability and shiftiness make him a great complimentary piece to Saquon Barkley. He has the opportunity to be the backup right away and is a good risk-to-reward player at the end of the third round in rookie drafts.


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