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2020 Fantasy Football Mock Draft 3.0 (10-team, Full PPR)

This week’s fantasy football mock draft using the FantasyPros draft simulator is for a 10-team, full PPR league.


Mock 1.0: 12-team, 0.5 PPR

Mock 2.0: 14-team Superflex, 0.5 PPR


Round 1

1.01: Christian McCaffrey, CAR RB
1.02: Saquon Barkley, NYG RB
1.03: Michael Thomas, NO WR
1.04: Davante Adams, GB WR
1.05: Ezekiel Elliott, DAL RB
1.06: Alvin Kamara, NO RB
1.07: Dalvin Cook, MIN RB
1.08: Joe Mixon, CIN RB
1.09: Derrick Henry, TEN RB
1.10: Julio Jones, ATL WR


Thoughts: Mixon is the feature back on an offense that will almost certainly improve with Joe Burrow at quarterback, and he has the skillset to catch 50+ passes if given more opportunities.


Round 2

2.01: Austin Ekeler, LAC RB
2.02: DeAndre Hopkins, ARI WR
2.03: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, KC RB
2.04: Miles Sanders, PHI RB
2.05: Tyreek Hill, KC WR
2.06: Patrick Mahomes, KC QB
2.07: Chris Godwin, TB WR
2.08: Kenyan Drake, ARI RB
2.09: Mike Evans, TB WR
2.10: Josh Jacobs, LV RB


Thoughts: I was between Edwards-Helaire and Miles Sanders, but the edge went to Kansas City’s new feature back, who should be a dual-threat star in Andy Reid’s offense from Day 1.


Round 3

3.01: Travis Kelce, KC TE
3.02: George Kittle, SF TE
3.03: Allen Robinson, CHI WR
3.04: Adam Thielen, MIN WR
3.05: Aaron Jones, GB RB
3.06: Nick Chubb, CLE RB
3.07: Lamar Jackson, BAL QB
3.08: JuJu Smith-Schuster, PIT WR
3.09: Kenny Golladay, DET WR
3.10: D.J. Moore, CAR WR


Thoughts: There are several wideouts on the board that I feel comfortable with, but I decided to take Smith-Schuster, as he had 111 receptions in his last full season with Ben Roethlisberger under center.


Round 4

4.01: Chris Carson, SEA RB
4.02: Odell Beckham Jr., CLE WR
4.03: Cooper Kupp, LAR WR
4.04: Mark Andrews, BAL TE
4.05: Zach Ertz, PHI TE
4.06: Amari Cooper, DAL WR
4.07: James Conner, PIT RB
4.08: Leonard Fournette, JAX RB
4.09: Keenan Allen, LAC WR
4.10: Calvin Ridley, ATL WR


Thoughts: Kupp feels like a great fit with JuJu at receiver, and I really like how this roster is starting out in a PPR league because of the combination of floor and upside at both key positions.


Round 5

5.01: A.J. Brown, TEN WR
5.02: Todd Gurley, ATL RB
5.03: Robert Woods, LAR WR
5.04: Melvin Gordon, DEN RB
5.05: Courtland Sutton, DEN WR
5.06: Tyler Lockett, SEA WR
5.07: D.K. Metcalf, SEA WR
5.08: Le’Veon Bell, NYJ RB
5.09: David Johnson, ARI RB
5.10: T.Y. Hilton, IND WR


Thoughts: Bell being on the board is a bit of a surprise, and he will hopefully be motivated after a rocky start in New York; the only concern is Frank Gore stealing too many touches.


Round 6

6.01: Dak Prescott, DAL QB
6.02: Darren Waller, LV TE
6.03: Russell Wilson, SEA QB
6.04: D.J. Chark, JAX WR
6.05: Terry McLaurin, WAS WR
6.06: Jarvis Landry, CLE WR
6.07: Kyler Murray, ARI QB
6.08: Evan Engram, NYG TE
6.09: Tyler Boyd, CIN WR
6.10: Stefon Diggs, BUF WR


Thoughts: The projected volume for my three running backs and weekly floors at receiver should have the lineup set (barring injury), so I thought Wilson was a quarterback worth targeting somewhat early with the hopes that Seattle opens up the passing attack a bit.


Round 7

7.01: Deshaun Watson, HOU QB
7.02: Josh Allen, BUF QB
7.03: Matt Ryan, ATL QB
7.04: DeVante Parker, MIA WR
7.05: A.J. Green, CIN WR
7.06: Drew Brees, NO QB
7.07: Marquise Brown, BAL WR
7.08: Devin Singletary, BUF RB
7.09: Aaron Rodgers, GB QB
7.10: Michael Gallup, DAL WR


Thoughts: The additions at receiver might hurt his receiving role, but you could also make the case that Singletary should find more space to operate underneath as a check down target for Josh Allen; he’s an excellent fourth running back in PPR leagues.


Round 8

8.01: Julian Edelman, NE WR
8.02: Jonathan Taylor, IND RB
8.03: Will Fuller, HOU WR
8.04: David Montgomery, CHI RB
8.05: Mark Ingram, BAL RB
8.06: Marvin Jones, DET WR
8.07: Darius Slayton, NYG WR
8.08: Kareem Hunt, CLE RB
8.09: Raheem Mostert, SF RB
8.10: Cam Akers, LAR RB


Thoughts: Although Fuller might not have the highest floor in PPR leagues—especially when you factor in injuries—he is a high-upside WR3 in all formats and notably has chemistry with Deshaun Watson entering a pandemic-impacted season.


Round 9

9.01: Brandin Cooks, HOU WR
9.02: Ronald Jones II, TB WR
9.03: James White, NE RB
9.04: John Brown, BUF WR
9.05: Deebo Samuel, SF WR
9.06: Diontae Johnson, PIT WR
9.07: Justin Jefferson, MIN WR
9.08: Tyler Higbee, LAR TE
9.09: D’Andre Swift, DET RB
9.10: Jamison Crowder, NYJ WR


Thoughts: Higbee was almost the pick last round, so I’ll certainly take him here; in the final five games last season, the 27-year-old caught 43 passes, including at least seven in every game.


Round 10

10.01: Tarik Cohen, CHI RB
10.02: Christian Kirk, ARI WR
10.03: Sterling Shepard, NYG WR
10.04: Jordan Howard, MIA RB
10.05: Derrius Guice, WAS RB
10.06: Henry Ruggs III, LV WR
10.07: Mike Williams, LAC WR
10.08: Anthony Miller, CHI WR
10.09: Emmanuel Sanders, NO WR
10.10: J.K. Dobbins, BAL RB


Thoughts: Shepard feels like one of the best values in the double-digit rounds of every draft, as he averaged 8.3 targets per game in ten appearances last season.


Round 11

11.01: CeeDee Lamb, DAL WR
11.02: Matt Breida, SF RB
11.03: Sony Michel, NE RB
11.04: Robby Anderson, CAR WR
11.05: Ke’Shawn Vaughn, TB RB
11.06: Phillip Lindsay, DEN RB
11.07: 49ers, SF D/ST
11.08: Latavius Murray, NO RB
11.09: Kerryon Johnson, DET RB
11.10: Golden Tate, NYG WR


Thoughts: Remember, you don’t necessarily need to handcuff your own guys, and I’ll take Murray’s monster upside on the bench if something were to happen to Alvin Kamara.


Round 12

12.01: Preston Williams, MIA WR
12.02: Hunter Henry, LAC TE
12.03: Carson Wentz, PHI QB
12.04: Jerry Jeudy, DEN WR
12.05: Steelers, PIT D/ST
12.06: Rob Gronkowski, NE TE
12.07: Jared Cook, NO TE
12.08: T.J. Hockenson, DET TE
12.09: Tom Brady, TB QB
12.10: Matthew Stafford, DET QB


Thoughts: I am set at quarterback with Russell Wilson, but Wentz has been sitting there and has top-five upside for a Philly offense that should have continuity despite some new weapons.


Round 13

13.01: Marlon Mack, IND RB
13.02: N’Keal Harry, NE WR
13.03: Daniel Jones, NYG WR
13.04: Tevin Coleman, SF RB
13.05: Bills, BUF D/ST
13.06: Mecole Hardman, KC WR
13.07: Alexander Mattison, MIN WR
13.08: Jalen Reagor, PHI WR
13.09: Ryan Tannehill, TEN QB
13.10: Hayden Hurst, ATL TE


Thoughts: This could end up being a wasted pick because of the learning curve rookies will face, but I might as well pair Wentz with the big-play threat in Reagor as an upside stack off the bench.


Round 14

14.01: Darrell Henderson, LAR RB
14.02: Alshon Jeffery, PHI WR
14.03: Zack Moss, BUF RB
14.04: Michael Pittman Jr., IND WR
14.05: Ben Roethlisberger, PIT QB
14.06: Nyheim Hines, IND RB
14.07: Chase Edmonds, ARI RB
14.08: Duke Johnson, HOU RB
14.09: Boston Scott, PHI RB
14.10: Ravens, BAL D/ST


Thoughts: Moss is both a handcuff for Devin Singletary and a guy that could potentially have standalone value if he sees enough early-down and short-yardage work on an ascending offense.


Round 15

15.01: Sammy Watkins, KC WR
15.02: Patriots, NE D/ST
15.03: Bears, CHI D/ST
15.04: Vikings, MIN D/ST
15.05: Tony Pollard, DAL RB
15.06: Noah Fant, DEN TE
15.07: Austin Hooper, CLE TE
15.08: Rams, LAR D/ST
15.09: Justin Rohrwasser, NE K
15.10: Harrison Butker, KC K


Round 16

16.01: Saints, NO D/ST
16.02: Falcons, ATL D/ST
16.03: Justin Tucker, BAL K
16.04: Wil Lutz, NO K
16.05: Greg Zuerlein, LAR K
16.06: Matt Prater, DET K
16.07: Robbie Gould, SF K
16.08: Matt Gay, TB K
16.09: Zane Gonzalez, ARI K
16.10: Younghoe Koo, ATL K


Final Roster

QB: Russell Wilson, SEA
RB: Joe Mixon, CIN
RB: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, KC
WR: JuJu Smith-Schuster, PIT
WR: Cooper Kupp, LAR
TE: Tyler Higbee, LAR
FLEX: Le’Veon Bell, NYJ RB
D/ST: Rams, LAR
K: Justin Tucker, BAL
BE: Devin Singletary, BUF RB
BE: Will Fuller: HOU WR
BE: Sterling Shepard, NYG WR
BE: Latavius Murray, NO RB
BE: Carson Wentz, PHI QB
BE: Jalen Reagor, PHI WR
BE: Zack Moss, BUF RB



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