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2024 Superflex Rookie Mock Draft 4.0: Post-Combine Edition – Round 2

Let's dive into Superflex Rookie Mock Draft 4.0. Here is Round 2!

We are on the brink of free agency. What players NFL teams sign during free agency will help shape their draft strategy. There will also be a flood of pro days over the next several weeks leading up to the draft. We will finally get some new data on some of the elite players in the draft, such as Caleb Williams, Marvin Harrison Jr., and Jayden Daniels. Let’s dive into Round 2 of Superflex Mock Draft 4.0.

Check out Round 1 here.

2.01 Jonathon Brooks, RB, 6’0″ 216


Brooks is still my RB1 in the class. He has a 3-down profile and excellent film to his credit. He helped himself at the combine by interviewing well and measuring in at an excellent size. I was tempted to go with one of the other RBs who tested at the combine, but at this point, I will stay true to my film evaluation and go with Brooks as my RB1 in the class.


2.02 Ricky Pearsall, WR, 6’1″ 189


Ricky Pearsall put together a very good NFL Combine. He clocked the 40-yard dash in 4.41, showed explosiveness with a 42″ vertical leap, and dropped a flawless gauntlet drill. Pearsall has shown great route running ability and should settle in nicely as some team’s WR2 and a top 36 fantasy wide receiver.


2.03 Trey Benson, RB, 6’1″ 211

Florida State

Mark down Benson as a player who helped his draft stock at the combine. 6’0 216, running a 4.39 40, is quite impressive. I expect him to climb up rookie draft boards following the NFL draft. The guy can do it all and has relatively low mileage.


2.04 Bo Nix, QB, 6’2″ 217


Whether it’s McCarthy, Nix, and/or Penix, more quarterbacks will be drafted in the first round of the NFL than just the top three. Once everyone realizes this, those quarterbacks will be drafted earlier than the second round of Superflex rookie drafts. It’s really that simple. This pick isn’t necessarily Nix, but rather, it is whoever will be QB5 if they’re drafted in the first round next month.


2.05 Michael Penix Jr. 6’3″ 214


Michael Penix has been steadily through this draft process after an early drop in value. With so many teams needing quarterbacks this offseason, Penix may just creep up to early second-round value during the NFL draft. Penix is a good quarterback who can make all the throws and will surprise everyone if given a shot at the NFL.


2.06 Ladd McConkey, WR, 6’0″ 186


Ladd showed his 4.39 speed at the combine. With a lot of other WRs getting more post-combine hype, Ladd’s value fell. I would be very happy to draft him here. He’s a sure-handed wide receiver who did a bit of everything for Georgia, one of the most talented offenses in the country. Ladd was the most consistent behind Bowers. Great value midway through round.


2.07 Keon Coleman, WR, 6’3″ 213

Florida State

Keon Coleman had a bad 40-yard dash (4.62) but looked really good in the gauntlet. I still think he has the makings of an NFL X receiver, and I’m confident in investing in him in the mid-second round.


2.08 MarShawn Lloyd, RB, 5’9″ 220


Given that the top RBs in this class are all pretty much in the same tier for me, landing spot will likely determine which one I target in this range. However, all things being equal, Lloyd is only behind Brooks for me as it stands right now. He’s smaller but has great speed, given his 220-pound frame, and I think he will impress at the next level.


2.09 Braelon Allen, RB. 6’1″ 235


Braelon Allen’s slide in expected draft capital since last November has baffled me. He’s well-built for a substantial role at 6’1″ and 215 pounds, and he put up over 100 scrimmage yards per game in all three seasons at Wisconsin. Despite some drops at the combine, he’s shown himself a capable receiver, and his size makes his upside that of the ever-rare bellcow back.


2.10 Ray Davis, RB, 5’8″ 211


Davis will get the draft capital, and getting him this late will be unheard of in May. He’s got vision, contact balance, and the ability to catch out of the backfield. Davis doesn’t have top-end speed, but he’s got a three-down size and skillset.


2.11 Xavier Legette, WR, 6’1″ 221

South Carolina

Legette has been rising up in mock drafts as of late. Yes, he didn’t do much his first few years in college, which is a knock on him. But his senior year official asking with his athleticism at his size is very intriguing. There is something about this guy that I can’t stop liking. I would take him at the spot every time, if not a few spots higher.


2.12 Bucky Irving, 5’9″ 192


To round out our mock draft, having a pass-catching back like Bucky Irving fall to the last pick of the second round shows just how deep this rookie draft is. While his testing numbers at the NFL Combine may have knocked his draft capital down a bit, Irving has the skill set teams are looking for, especially as a pass-catcher.


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