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Way Too Early 2025 SuperFlex TE Premium Rookie Mock Draft

The 2024 NFL Draft has come and gone... that means it's time for our 1st WAY TOO EARLY 2025 Mock Draft!

Are you the kind of person who already has an eye on the 2025 rookie class? Well, if you’re reading this article, it would seem so. We tasked our team with creating a WAY TOO EARLY 2025 rookie mock draft. Is this likely the order that these players end up going next offseason? No. No, it is not. But we asked our drafters to make their selections with the information available now. Our too early drafts will be in the Superflex, tight end premium format. We will create a few mock drafts throughout the year, so please follow along. Let’s get to it…

1.01 – Luther Burden III, WR, Missouri (5’11, 208) – Keith Ensminger (@TheSmingDynasty) 

If nothing else, this mock should give you a rough idea of the 2025 draft class landscape. The most important takeaway? Quarterback looks rough. Could someone break out? Of course. At this point, though, I’d get my quarterbacks in the 24 class or wait until 26.

Luther Burden is a former five-star recruit who chose Missouri over dozens of other offers. Although he started slowly, he broke out last season, going 86-1212-9 in 13 games. He may not be the first overall player by this time next year, but at the moment, a year out, Burden seems to be the safest choice.

1.02 – Shedeur Sanders, QB, Colorado (6’2, 215) – Dr. Matthew Mitchell (@ReflipeWThenuz) 

There aren’t many players more divisive than Shedeur Sanders. The Colorado star QB was the talk of the nation last year for the first quarter of the season after moving up from HBCU Jackson State. He brings an intriguing skill set to the table that combines a fantastic arm and exceptional mobility. If he can ground himself and find the proper spot, he offers QB1 upside down the line. At this early stage, he is my frontrunner for QB1 in this class.

1.03 – Quinn Ewers, QB, Texas (6’2, 205) – Tristan Cook (@THEtristancook) 

This was a really tough pick for me. I was hoping to either take Burden or Sanders, but they were both off the board here. I considered going running back, but I think there are too many players who could end up as RB1 for me to feel confident at 1.03. I like Quinn Ewers quite a bit, and he could end up being the top quarterback selected in next year’s draft. He could also be third or fourth.

1.04 – TreVeyon Henderson, RB, Ohio State (5’10, 207) – Keith Ensminger (@TheSmingDynasty) 

Once considered one of the top backs in the 24 draft class, TreVeyon Henderson surprised many and returned to Ohio State. It’s tough to envision a scenario where Henderson is not a first-round pick somewhere in the 25 class. He would have easily been the RB1 in our 24 rookie drafts. Additionally, as it stands now, running back seems to be the strength of the 2025 draft class. As with Burden earlier, I’m playing it safe and avoiding taking a quarterback from what I’d consider a weak group.

1.05 – Carson Beck, QB, Georgia (6’4, 220) – Garret Price (@DynastyPrice) 

Right now, odds are showing Sanders as the favorite for the number 1 overall pick in 2025, with Carson Beck close behind. He impressed last season, and despite Georgia not traditionally throwing the ball much, Beck almost hit 4,000 yards and 24 touchdowns, to only 6 INTs. If the former 4-star quarterback can continue with similar numbers despite losing Brock Bowers and Ladd McConkey to the draft, he should see his name called very early in 2025.

1.06 –  Tetairoa McMillan, WR, Arizona (6’5, 210) – Dwight Peebles (@FFPeeblesChamp)

It was between McMillan and the receiver who went next for me, and I gave a slight edge to Tet. He’s proven to be a nearly complete receiver with great hands, route-running ability, and phenomenal ball skills. He can track the ball downfield, post up defenders, and use his body to gain position. Tetairoa McMillan understands how to create separation in his route running. He doesn’t have elite speed, but he’s dangerous after the catch, setting up defenders and getting by them with deception.

1.07 –  Evan Stewart WR, Oregon (6’0, 175) – Jared Wackerly (@JaredWackerly)

Evan Stewart brings an excellent blend of speed and deep-play ability to the wide receiver position, making him a tantalizing prospect for the 2025 NFL Draft. Having transferred from Texas A&M to Oregon, Stewart steps into the significant role left by Troy Franklin, promising to eclipse Franklin’s production with his more refined receiving skills. His stats reflect his capability, with an impressive total of 91 receptions for 1,163 yards and 6 touchdowns over his college career, demonstrating his knack for making crucial plays.

Additionally, his standout performance features an excellent quarterback rating when targeted (94.2), indicating his reliability and effectiveness in the passing game. As he embarks on a potential breakout season at Oregon, Stewart’s ability to separate from defenders with his quick acceleration and precise route-running suggests he could swiftly climb draft boards. With these attributes, Stewart is poised to be a day-one pick in the draft and a compelling future WR1 for dynasty fantasy managers.

1.08 – Emeka Egbuka, WR, Ohio State (6’1, 206) – Mike Johrendt (@MJohrendt23)

Thought of as a top receiver for the 2024 class, Ohio State’s Emeka Egbuka returned to school for one more season to likely be the best WR in the 2025 NFL Draft. Egbuka probably would have been WR3/4 in this year’s draft, and he will be in play as the top wideout in the ’25 class.

1.09 – Quinshon Judkins, RB, Ohio State (6’0, 219) – Tristan Cook (@THEtristancook)

I was excited to get Quinshon Judkins all the way down at 1.09. He would have been gone much before this if he hadn’t decided to transfer to Ohio State. It was a bit of an odd move, but I think the talent is there, and it shouldn’t hurt his draft stock much at all. There’s a lot of time still, but I love the caliber of player I can get this late in the draft.

1.10 –  Ashton Jeanty, RB, Boise State (5’9, 210) – Jared Wackerly (@JaredWackerly) 

Ashton Jeanty is quickly rising to be one of the top running back prospects in a loaded running back class for the 2025 NFL Draft, thanks to his dynamic play at Boise State. In his freshman season, Jeanty tallied 643 rushing yards, adding depth to his profile with notable skills in the receiving game, showcasing soft hands and effectiveness in screen plays. His sophomore season further highlighted his potential, where he led the nation with 84 first downs and forced 83 missed tackles, earning the Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year and averaging a remarkable 159.67 scrimmage yards per game.

At 5’9″ and 210 pounds, Jeanty combines ideal NFL size with explosive acceleration, agility, and contact balance, making him difficult for defenders to handle. His impressive 569 receiving yards in 2023 underscore his versatility, positioning him as a highly coveted prospect for dynasty fantasy football and potentially one of the first running backs selected in fantasy drafts in 2025.

1.11 – Devin Neal, RB, Kansas (5’11, 215) – Dwight Peebles (@FFPeeblesChamp)

Devin Neal would have been the RB1 in this class had he opted to come in but instead returned to Kansas for his senior season. He’s got the ideal three-down size and has the skill set to match. Neal is a one-cut-and-go runner with little wasted movement and an explosive first step. He’s got vision and anticipation and runs hard with good contact balance. However, Neal isn’t a power back and sometimes struggles to create on his own if the offensive line gets blown up. He’s a smooth pass-catching back and will likely fall to early day three with this loaded class, but don’t let that deter you. Devin Neal is one of the best backs in the class and an RB1 at the next level.

1.12 – Ollie Gordon, RB, Oklahoma State (6’1, 211) – Joe Goodwin (@JGoody77)

After 1,732 yards rushing and 21 touchdowns last year, Ollie Gordon has the right size and College production to be a fantasy cornerstone. Not shying away from more work, Gordon also grabbed 39 passes for 330 yards and a TD. Gordon checks off all the right boxes to be a fantasy elite.

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