2022 Dynasty Football Rookie Mock Draft 2.0

by Dylan Clemons
2022 Dynasty Football Rookie Mock Draft 2.0

Welcome to the 2022 Dynasty Football Rookie Mock Draft 2.0

The NFL Draft is now behind us, which means most rookie drafts for Dynasty leagues will kick off soon if they haven't already. There were a ton of surprise moves throughout the multiple nights of the draft, especially on night one.

We saw A.J. Brown traded from the Tennessee Titans to the Philadelphia Eagles, and then the Titans drafted his replacement in Treylon Burks. Marquise "Hollywood" Brown was also traded from the Ravens to the Cardinals to be reunited with college roommate Kyler Murray. Just a wild night of movement in the draft, which has caused a bunch of changes on the fantasy football landscape.

With all the craziness of the draft, it had us at F6P itching to do a post-draft rookie mock draft to help us all in our upcoming Dynasty rookie drafts.

Now let’s dive into the draft order and break down this 12-team Superflex Dynasty Football rookie mock draft!

  1. Nick Spencer - @NickBSpencer
  2. Jonathon Witt - @JPW2542
  3. Michael Bonni - @Ike2121
  4. Joe Bond - @F6P_Joe
  5. Jon LaPresto - @TheJohnLaPresto
  6. Dylan Clemons - @dclemons2222
  7. Mike Laplant - @BeLike_Miike
  8. Garrett Ball - @GarrettBFF
  9. Dennis Socic - @CALL_ME_SOS
  10. Mark Strausburg -@MarkStrausberg
  11. Jason Beckner - @JRBecks
  12. Keith Lott - @WeTlkFntsySprts

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Round 1

  1. Breece Hall
  2. Kenneth Walker
  3. Drake London
  4. Treylon Burks
  5. Jameson Williams
  6. Kenny Pickett
  7. Garrett Wilson
  8. Skyy Moore
  9. Chris Olave
  10. Christian Watson
  11. James Cook
  12. George Pickens

Best Value – Kenny Pickett, QB, Pittsburgh Steelers, Pick: 1.06

Some people might disagree with me here considering all the knocks on Kenny Pickett. But to get the first quarterback off the board in the NFL Draft in a Superflex league at pick six is a very solid value. However, a lot of us in the industry including myself thought and wished Malik Willis was going to be the 20th pick by the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Instead, the Steelers surprised us all by going with the local kid who played his college football down the street, Kenny Pickett.

Pickett is a pocket passer who has decent accuracy from the pocket, but he can also make plays outside the pocket as he has very solid mobility. Pickett's biggest knock coming into the draft was his small hands, which measured in at 8.5". There is no other starting QB in the NFL with 8.5" hands.

In my opinion, Pickett's landing with the Steelers saved his Dynasty value giving him first rounds draft capital. As you look at the Steelers depth chart, there could be a scenario where Pickett can start day one. The only quarterback in his way is Mitchell Trubisky who is on his third team in five years and has disappointed so far in his career. Plus all the weapons he is walking into in Pittsburgh on that offense. Kenny Pickett is a solid QB3 on your roster for this season, and heading into next season should solidify himself as a QB2 in SuperFlex formats.

Round 2

  1. Jahan Dotson
  2. Malik Willis
  3. John Metchie
  4. Rachaad White
  5. Dameon Pierce
  6. Alec Pierce
  7. Desmond Ridder
  8. David Bell
  9. Isaiah Spiller
  10. Matt Corral
  11. Khalil Shakir
  12. Wan'Dale Robinson

Value Selection – Dameon Pierce, RB, Houston Texas, Pick: 2.05

The Houston Texans needed running back help heading into the NFL draft and used round four draft capital on running back Dameon Pierce from Florida. The Texans averaged a league-worst 3.4 yards per carry. They did sign Marlon Mack to a contract this season, and Rex Burkhead returns to the team as well, but in my eyes, Pierce is by far the most talented running back in that backfield.

Pierce led the Gators with 16 total touchdowns last season. That's the role I could see him taking immediately with the Texans in the red zone role. Pierce is an in-between-the-tackles type of runner who can make players miss in the open field and break some tackles. If I had to take a guess, I could see Pierce taking this job by Week 8, and not giving it back for the rest of the season.

Reach – Rachaad White, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Pick: 2.04

I want to make this clear, I don't dislike Rachaad White, I just personally have Dameon Pierce and Isaiah Spiller ranked higher in this class than I had White.

The landing spot also looks great on paper, but then you think about it, how long can Tom Brady possibly play? With Leonard Fournette being the workhorse in the backfield and being someone whom Brady trusts it might be tough for White to see the field early in his career. By the time Fournette is done in Tampa Bay, Brady might also be done, and we don't know who White will be attached to.

Round 3

  1. Trey McBride
  2. Jalen Tolbert
  3. Sam Howell
  4. Tyler Allgeier
  5. Brian Robinson
  6. Zamir White
  7. Tyrion Davis-Price
  8. Cade Otton
  9. Keaontay Ingram
  10. Tyquan Thornton
  11. Hassan Haskins
  12. Jelani Woods

Value - Jalen Tolbert, WR, Dallas Cowboys, Pick: 3.02

Anytime you can get a starting wide receiver in three wide receiver sets in the third round of your rookie draft, you are doing it right and that is exactly what Jon Witt did with this pick.

Jalen Tolbert had day two draft capital being drafted in the second round by the Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys had a glaring hole at the receiver position after losing trading Amari Cooper to the Cleveland Browns, and Cedric Wilson departing to the Miami Dolphins via free agency. Michael Gallup is coming off of an ACL injury as well. This means Tolbert could be relied on to produce instantly in this offense alongside of Ceedee Lamb, and Dalton Schultz.

Round 4

  1. Romeo Doubs
  2. Velus Jones
  3. Kyren Williams
  4. Danny Gray
  5. Pierre Strong
  6. Greg Dulutch
  7. Calvin Austin
  8. Isaih Pacheco
  9. Kyle Philips
  10. Justyn Ross
  11. Jerome Ford
  12. Tyler Badie

The Chicago Bears caught a lot of flack when they drafted Velus Jones in the third round of the NFL Draft with the likes of David Bell still on the board. Another knock on Jones is that he will be 25 years of age when the season starts. With that said, Jones is going to have a role in this offense from day one, just because of the need the Bears have for playmakers on the offensive side of the football.


Jones is what some people call a gadget player, where you just get the ball in his hands in the open field and let him go. Some people have compared him to the likes of Deebo Samuel, and Percy Harvin, as he is a punt/kick returner as well. Very good value in the fourth round.


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