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2024 Superflex Rookie Mock Draft 6.0: Post NFL Draft – Round 2

Let's dive into Superflex Rookie Mock Draft 6.0. Here is Round 2!

We saw five quarterbacks get drafted in Round 1 of the Superflex 6.0. How much wide receiver depth did that create? At what point will the tier break happen and the draft shift to just rolling the dice.

Post NFL Draft Superflex Mock Draft 6.0 rolls along with Round 2.

Check out Round 1 here.

2.01 Ladd McConkey, WR, 6’0″ 186lbs

Los Angeles Chargers

In dynasty, we are always chasing volume– which player has an opportunity to get touches and score fantasy points. Ladd McConkey lands in Los Angeles with Justin Herbert and a wide-open depth chart. I’m betting on McConkey outpacing Josh Palmer and Quentin Johnston, and I’m not terribly concerned with Jim Harbaugh capping the passing game when there are so few quality targets.


2.02 Trey Benson, RB, 6’0″ 216lbs

Arizona Cardinals

Benson comes out of the NFL draft as my RB1 due to landing spot and opportunity. Yes, James Connor is still in town. I just think Trey Benson is far more talented and the offense is going to open up with the addition of Marvin Harrison Jr.


2.03 Xavier Legette, WR, 6’1″ 221lbs

Carolina Panthers

The Panthers traded up to get back in the first round to select Legette and for good reason. Xavier Legette is coming off a massive season where he had 1255 receiving yards and 7 touchdowns. He has that “my ball mentality” and will be a great fit in head coach Dave Canales offense. Let’s also not forget @dynastymatt has comped him to AJ Brown.


2.04 Michael Penix Jr. 6’3″ 214lbs

Atlanta Falcons

Like the Island of Misfit Toys, it is obvious that nobody wants Michael Penix. He sat unloved until the middle of the second round in this draft, but in Superflex, I’m still drafting a quarterback drafted in the top ten of the NFL Draft to a good landing spot… minus Kirk Cousins, of course. Jobs will be on the line to justify this pick, so he’s going to get a shot at some point. Patience is a virtue.


2.05 Ricky Pearsall, WR, 6’1″ 189

San Francisco 49ers

A wide receiver drafted by the 49ers in the first round at 2.05? Yes, please! Ricky Pearsall could be an impact player almost immediately with the uncertainty around Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk. If not, be patient. He may have a very slow rookie year but the upside for this pick in the middle of the second is too much to pass up.


2.06 Keon Coleman, WR, 6’3″ 213lbs

Buffalo Bills

After trading down more than once, it’s telling that Keon Coleman was the first player selected by Buffalo at the top of the second. He received the highest draft capital the Bills had to spare and becomes paired with one of the greatest quarterback talents in Josh Allen. At a minimum, Coleman represents a massive red zone target and has the potential to accumulate fantasy points in a revamped Buffalo receiving group.


2.07 Adonai Mitchell, WR, 6’2″ 205lbs

Indianapolis Colts

This pick came down to Mitchell or Blake Corum. I had Adonai Mitchell higher on my board going into the draft and the second-round draft capital did nothing to dissuade my interest in Mitchell. He may not be the WR1 on the Colts, but I think he’ll actually benefit from that.


2.08 Jermaine Burton, WR, 6’0″ 200lbs

Cincinnati Bengals

Were it not for off-the-field issues, Jermaine Burton likely would have been a first-round pick. He regularly gets open against both man and press coverage and is a capable route runner. With Tyler Boyd’s departure, he could see immediate work as a slot receiver and, should he prove himself, be Tee Higgins’ replacement next year.


2.09 MarShawn Lloyd, RB, 5’9″ 220lbs

Green Bay Packers

There were several other position players in consideration at this pick. However, I chose to go with one of the last big name running backs. Call me skeptical, but last season Josh Jacobs looked slower and less dynamic. Perhaps his rushing title season took something out of him he never got back. Either way, his deal in Green Bay is a series of 1-year contracts that the team could easily get out of. MarShawn Lloyd has the talent to challenge him early and potentially supplant him sooner than later. Numerous respected scouts had him as the top running back in the class. I’ll take a shot at that upside here knowing I may get a decent wide receiver in the next round.


2.10 Ja’Lynn Polk, WR, 6’2″ 204lbs

Denver Broncos

This is truly a bet on the draft capital and opportunity. I like Polk at the catch point, and I think he is an all-around solid receiver. He has a massive opportunity in the New England receiver room. Ja’Lynn Polk is the best receiver in that room (not saying much). He should get ample opportunity year one to prove himself in the league.


2.11 Roman Wilson, WR, 5’10” 185lbs

Pittsburgh Steelers

Being drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers is one of the best landing spots for Wilson. The Steelers need another wide receiver who can play tough, physical football and garner a high volume of targets. His short area burst, along with good route running and hands, will make him a very productive player in the NFL. He might not have been able to show his true talent in college, but with the Steelers, he will have plenty of opportunity. I will draft Roman Wilson at this spot in all my Superflex drafts.


2.12 Blake Corum, RB, 5’8″ 205lbs

Los Angeles Rams

Blake Corum slips down to 2.12 for me, which is of great value. Sean Mcvay doesn’t draft offensive weapons if he doesn’t have a plan for them on the offense. While Kyren Williams is the starter, Corum will get his chances in the offense. We’ve seen Williams’ durability as an issue, so Corum could have a starting chance in 2024.


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