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2024 Superflex Rookie Mock Draft 6.0: Pre NFL Draft – Round 3

Let's dive into Superflex Rookie Mock Draft 5.0. Here is Round 3!

OMG it has been the longest week. The NFL Draft is edging closer. While the top of the draft is looking good for fantasy purposes, mid to late round landing spots are going to come into play for others. Will the running backs find a path to workload in what looks to be a weak class? Will the deep wide receiver class give us some late round gems?

Let’s dive into Round 3 of Superflex Mock Draft 5.0.

Check out Round 1 here and Round 2 here.

3.01 Ben Sinnott, TE, 6’4″ 250lbs

Kansas State

At this point in the draft, the QB, RB, and WR spots have been picked over. To that end, I am going to take my #2 tight end in the class with KSU’s Ben Sinnott. He is a plus athlete who profiles as a plus pass-catching TE. In the right spot, he could develop into a long-term dynasty asset.


3.02 Spencer Rattler, QB, 6’0″ 211lbs

South Carolina

With only one quarterback going in the second round, Spencer Rattler picks up the quarterback position in the third. As the leader of the third crop of quarterbacks, Rattler is a former 5-Star prospect who projects to be a Day 2 prospect, giving him third-round Superflex draft capital.


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


After a lackluster combine, Sanders’ stock has taken a hit, but he’s a dangerous tight end prospect who can create mismatches from a position that needs playmakers.


3.04 Malachi Corley, WR, 5’11” 215

Western Kentucky

At this point in any rookie mock draft, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. One player may have the size and speed but not the production, and another may have been drafted to a team that does not provide an immediate opportunity to play. Malachi Corley is 5’11” and 215 lbs. He was very productive for Western Kentucky, totaling 29 receiving touchdowns, 259 receptions, and 3,033 yards. The draft team is important, but Corley can produce and provides a huge upside at this point in the draft.


3.05 Javon Baker, WR, 6’1″ 202lbs


Javon Baker is of great value in round three of a Superflex draft. Baker is an NFL-ready player who could start for a team on day one. Baker’s combination of route running and quickness makes him a dangerous receiver for fantasy. He even holds value as a return man.


3.06 Braelon Allen, RB, 6’1″ 235lbs


Let’s swing for the upside in the third round. If Braelon Allen can return to form, he’s a steal in the middle of the third round. If he gets the right landing spot, he will fly up draft boards.

3.07 Roman Wilson, WR, 5’11” 185lbs


Roman Wilson is a very safe pick in the mid-third round. He’s never going to be a #1 option on an NFL team, but I have no doubts that he will be a starting receiver in the league for a while. He has excellent burst and separation, and he has good hands as well. I think he’ll get Day 2 draft capital on Friday night.


3.08 Isaac Guerendo, RB, 6’0″ 221lbs


Isaac Guerendo tauts a stellar 9.98 RAS. He’s dominant in short-yardage situations, is a fluid receiver, and has dangerous speed. He has a third-down specialist written all over him, but his upside is potentially very exciting.


3.09 Malik Washington, WR, 5’9″ 191lbs


There is a lot to like about under-the-radar prospect Malik Washington. He has excellent short-area burst and separation, making him dangerous as a slot receiver. He also does good route running. His lack of size is one big reason he isn’t being drafted.


3.10 Ja’Lynn Polk, WR, 6’2″ 204lbs


Polk is coming off a career year with 69 receptions, 1159 receiving yards, and 9 touchdowns for the Washington Huskies. Polk’s bread and butter is his ability to make contested catches. My projection for Polk is more of a WR2 at the next level. If he goes to a Cowboys, Chiefs, or Jets offense, I look for him to skyrocket up draft boards.


3.11 Devontez Walker, WR, 6’2″ 193lbs

North Carolina

Picking in the late third, you want a prospect with athleticism and upside. Walker is that guy. He ran the 40 in 4.36s and has an RAS score of 9.76. Walker has a ton of potential and is simply a victim of an extremely deep receiver class. Snag him in this range, and you may just reap the benefits of your nerdy knowledge.


3.12 Johnny Wilson, TE, 6’6″ 231lbs


I know, I know, Johnny Wilson is a “wide receiver.” He is, however, a mediocre receiver. Wilson is a near clone of former Georgia Tech wideout Darren Waller. It took Waller about three years to make the transition to tight end. We now have a blueprint, and I expect some smart coach to take a shot with Wilson. It will take some patience, but I’m looking for upside this late in the draft.


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