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2024 Superflex Rookie Mock Draft 3.0: Pre-Combine Edition – Round 2

Let's dive into Superflex Rookie Mock Draft 3.0. Here is Round 2!

The NFL Combine is underway, and the players we care about most will be testing (or not) at the end of the week. Waiting for that information isn’t going to stop the Dynasty Nerds team from mock drafting. Here is Round 2 of Superflex Mock Draft 3.0

Check out Round 1 here.

2.01 Xavier Worthy, WR, 6’1″ 160


Xavier Worthy brings route running prowess and speed to the NFL. Worthy earned over 100 in each college season and put up over 900 yards as a true freshman. He can play outside and stretch the field, or in the slot and get open with precise route running.


2.02 Trey Benson, RB, 6’1″ 211

Florida State

I’ve got my choice of running back, and I don’t love the top three in this class. However, Trey Benson has the size and upside to be a true three-down back in any system. His vision needs to improve; if it does – he’s the top back in the class.


2.03 Jonathon Brooks, RB, 6’0″ 199


The quarterbacks and wide receivers have been picked over at this point in the draft. However, my top running back in the class remains on the board. Jonathon Brooks is an excellent 3-down runner. Were it not for the late-season injury, he would be the consensus RB1 in the class. I am not worried about this injury carrying over as he heads to the NFL. I will gladly scoop up the discount and take him here at 2.03.


2.04 Keon Coleman, WR, 6’4″ 210

Florida State

The Keon Coleman hate has gone too far. He will be a first-round pick, and he oozes upside. He can be a red zone jump ball threat and so much more. He has the athleticism to develop better route running. He is capable of running after the catch. He has a huge catch radius. I’m in on Keon Coleman.


2.05 Ladd McConkey, WR, 5’11” 185


Simply put, Ladd McConkey is one of the best route runners in the entire 2024 class. Ladd combines that route running with versatility, speed, and the ability to make plays after the catch. McConkey has traits that translate to the next level, and he will be a top 50 selection by the time the NFL Draft arrives.


2.06 Blake Corum, RB, 5’8″ 200


Blake Corum was a workhorse back at Michigan that helped lead them to a championship. Corum can show in the NFL that he can be a workhorse back in the right situation. Despite his smaller size, he has good vision and makes the necessary change of direction in his runs. He can also offer work in the passing game.


2.07 Adonai Mitchell, WR, 6’4″ 190


I am beyond excited to select Adonai Mitchell so late in the second round. While I see Mitchell as more of a WR2, “AD” provides versatility in position alignment, great hands, and, in my opinion, is the better Texas Longhorn receiver in this draft class. I gave a pro comparison of Tee Higgins for Mitchell.


2.08 Jaylen Wright, RB, 5’11” 200


I am extremely high on Jaylen Wright. He is my RB2, so getting him here in Superflex is a bargain. He could be a back who climbs up draft boards following the combine. There is some speculation he could run his 40 in the 4.3s. If he does that, then he has the potential to rise. His big play potential and ability to get up to speed quickly after the catch reminds me of Achane. If you could take that talent and make him the perfect size of 5’11/210 pounds, you’ve got massive fantasy star potential. Wright is one of “my guys.” Put him on your radar now; you heard it here first! Happy to take him in a Superflex draft at 2.08.


2.09 Bucky Irving, RB, 5’10” 190


Mar’Keise “Bucky” Irving is the latest in a growing line of undersized dynamos to enter the NFL Draft, and, unlike 3-4 years ago, he’ll be a day two pick. Two consecutive 1300+ yard seasons, receiving skills, elite contact balance, and 4.4 speed put him in the mold of a James Cook-type speed back with a shot at RB1 snaps.


2.10 Braelon Allen, RB. 6’2″ 238


At the beginning of the off-season, Braelon Allen was my RB1, but since then, he’s fallen very far down my rankings. That said, at the 2.10, I’m okay to take a shot on Allen due to his incredible build and upside. Allen doesn’t hit holes consistently, and he doesn’t have top-end speed, but he has shown flashes of putting everything together.


2.11 Devontez Walker, WR. 6’3″ 175

North Carolina

This late in round two, I’m looking for players with the highest ceiling. Tez Walker is an athletic wide receiver who can stretch a defense vertically. He has consistent hands and a wide catch radius to help a young quarterback. His landing spot and combine performance could push him further up the board. I could also see an argument for Spencer Rattler or Roman Wilson here.


2.12 Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, 6’4″ 256


With respect and apologies to my Dynasty Nerds colleagues, let’s close out this mock with a player who will go much higher in your rookie drafts than the last pick in the second round: TE Ja’Tavion Sanders. I’m taking a Day 2 tight end, almost certainly the second off the board behind Brock Bowers, well ahead of many mediocre running backs in this weak class. Check back with me later this week when Sanders runs a sub-4.6 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine.


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