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2023 Fantasy Football Mock Draft 3.0: 10-Team, Standard

The first fantasy football mock draft of the month is for a traditional 10-team, standard-scoring league (i.e., non-PPR) using the FantasyPros draft simulator. If you missed either of the first two mock drafts, they can be viewed at the links below:


Mock 1.0: 12-team, 0.5 PPR

Mock 2.0: 10-team, PPR


Round 1

1.01: Christian McCaffrey, SF RB

1.02: Bijan Robinson, ATL RB

1.03: Austin Ekeler, LAC RB

1.04: Jonathan Taylor, IND RB

1.05: Justin Jefferson, MIN WR

1.06: Nick Chubb, CLE RB

1.07: Derrick Henry, TEN RB

1.08: Saquon Barkley, NYG RB

1.09: Josh Jacobs, LV RB

1.10: Kenneth Walker III, SEA RB


Thoughts: Henry showed no decline in 2022, and he should be fed touches again this season behind what Tennessee hopes will be an improved offensive line. Especially in a non-PPR league, Henry is worth taking in the top five.


Round 2

2.01: Ja’Marr Chase, CIN WR

2.02: Tony Pollard, DAL RB

2.03: Travis Kelce, KC TE

2.04: Cooper Kupp, LAR WR

2.05: Breece Hall, NYJ RB

2.06: Tyreek Hill, MIA WR

2.07: Rhamondre Stevenson, NE RB

2.08: Stefon Diggs, BUF WR

2.09: Travis Etienne Jr., JAX RB

2.10: CeeDee Lamb, DAL WR


Thoughts: I thought about the next two guys that were drafted (Hall and Hill), but Kupp caught 16 touchdowns two years ago and should be funneled targets in 2023. This looks like a year where having a late pick can be an advantage if you hit on the picks.


Round 3

3.01: Mark Andrews, BAL TE

3.02: Davante Adams, LV WR

3.03: Cam Akers, LAR RB

3.04: A.J. Brown, PHI WR

3.05: Jahmyr Gibbs, DET RB

3.06: Miles Sanders, CAR RB

3.07: Najee Harris, PIT RB

3.08: Jaylen Waddle, MIA WR

3.09: George Kittle, SF TE

3.10: Aaron Jones, GB RB


Thoughts: Harris will be a great value in all formats if he plays like he did at the end of last year, and he’s scored double-digit touchdowns in each of his first two seasons. Pittsburgh should be an upgraded offense to boost Najee’s outlook.


Round 4

4.01: J.K. Dobbins, BAL RB

4.02: Amon-Ra St. Brown, DET WR

4.03: Tee Higgins, CIN WR

4.04: Garrett Wilson, NYJ WR

4.05: T.J. Hockenson, MIN TE

4.06: Joe Mixon, CIN RB

4.07: Dameon Pierce, HOU RB

4.08: Kyle Pitts, ATL TE

4.09: Chris Olave, NO WR

4.10: Dalvin Cook, MIN RB


Thoughts: I nearly went with a top-shelf quarterback here, but we’ll see if one lasts until my next pick (so far, so good based on the rest of Round 4). For Wilson, he should have top-five upside catching passes from Aaron Rodgers.


Round 5

5.01: Deebo Samuel, SF WR

5.02: James Conner, ARI RB

5.03: DeVonta Smith, PHI WR

5.04: Amari Cooper, CLE WR

5.05: Calvin Ridley, JAX WR

5.06: DK Metcalf, SEA WR

5.07: Jalen Hurts, PHI QB

5.08: Patrick Mahomes, KC QB

5.09: Christian Watson, GB WR

5.10: Josh Allen, BUF QB


Thoughts: The quarterback run waited until my pick, so I was fortunate to get Hurts—though both Mahomes and Allen were in consideration. The lineup can be a powerhouse if it hits on tight end.


Round 6

6.01: D.J. Moore, CHI WR

6.02: David Montgomery, CHI RB

6.03: Isiah Pacheco, KC RB

6.04: Drake London, ATL WR

6.05: Jerry Jeudy, DEN WR

6.06: Justin Fields, CHI QB

6.07: Joe Burrow, CIN QB

6.08: Rashaad Penny, PHI RB

6.09: Lamar Jackson, BAL QB

6.10: D’Andre Swift, PHI RB


Thoughts: London has big-time touchdown upside as the clear No. 1 wideout in Atlanta’s offense, and he showed a good connection with Desmond Ridder down the stretch last season. He’d be a solid WR2, so I’m gladly taking him to start in the FLEX.


Round 7

7.01: Justin Herbert, LAC QB

7.02: Terry McLaurin, WAS WR

7.03: Trevor Lawrence, JAX QB

7.04: Rachaad White, TB RB

7.05: James Cook, BUF RB

7.06: Deshaun Watson, CLE QB

7.07: Dallas Goedert, PHI TE

7.08: Brian Robinson Jr., WAS RB

7.09: Daniel Jones, NYG QB

7.10: Tyler Allgeier, ATL RB


Thoughts: Goedert was under consideration last round to pair with Jalen Hurts, but I instead was thinking Darren Waller (who seems to slip) might be available here. Luckily, it turns out Goedert is still on the board to give me the Philly stack.


Round 8

8.01: Jameson Williams, DET WR

8.02: Keenan Allen, LAC WR

8.03: Tyler Lockett, SEA WR

8.04: Mike Williams, LAC WR

8.05: Christian Kirk, JAX WR

8.06: DeAndre Hopkins, FA WR

8.07: Chris Godwin, TB WR

8.08: Michael Pittman Jr., IND WR

8.09: Brandon Aiyuk, SF WR

8.10: Jordan Addison, MIN WR


Thoughts: Keenan Allen and Williams lasting to the eighth round was a surprise, but especially in a standard format where big plays and touchdowns are more important, I’ll gladly take the six-foot-four target. Los Angeles is projected to increase their downfield aggressiveness in 2023.


Round 9

9.01: Jamaal Williams, NO RB

9.02: Javonte Williams, DEN RB

9.03: Khalil Herbert, CHI RB

9.04: Alvin Kamara, NO RB

9.05: Alexander Mattison, MIN RB

9.06: Gabe Davis, BUF WR

9.07: AJ Dillon, GB RB

9.08: Elijah Mitchell, SF RB

9.09: Jaxon Smith-Njigba, SEA WR

9.10: Mike Evans, TB WR


Thoughts: Running back is really thinning out, so with several strong options left at wide receiver, Dillon gets the nod. All three of by backs project as runners that can thrive late in the season.


Round 10

10.01: Jahan Dotson, WAS WR

10.02: Antonio Gibson, WAS RB

10.03: George Pickens, PIT WR

10.04: Marquise Brown, ARI WR

10.05: Jeff Wilson Jr., MIA RB

10.06: Zay Flowers, BAL WR

10.07: Treylon Burks, TEN WR

10.08: Diontae Johnson, PIT WR

10.09: Kadarius Toney, KC WR

10.10: Brandin Cooks, DAL WR


Thoughts: Getting Brown in the double-digit rounds could prove to be a steal, as he was very productive at the start of 2022 when DeAndre Hopkins was suspended. Quarterback play will be key for Arizona’s pass-catchers.


Round 11

11.01: Damien Harris, BUF RB

11.02: Courtland Sutton, DEN WR

11.03: Kenneth Gainwell, PHI RB

11.04: Rashod Bateman, BAL WR

11.05: Quentin Johnston, LAC WR

11.06: Allen Lazard, NYJ WR

11.07: Darren Waller, NYG TE

11.08: Zach Charbonnet, SEA RB

11.09: Michael Thomas, NO WR

11.10: Jakobi Meyers, LV WR


Thoughts: I brought up Waller a few rounds ago, and he’s too much of a steal to not take at this point. The veteran can easily be played in the FLEX or eventually flipped in a trade.


Round 12

12.01: D’Onta Foreman, CHI RB

12.02: Devon Achane, MIA RB

12.03: JuJu Smith-Schuster, NE WR

12.04: Samaje Perine, DEN RB

12.05: Geno Smith, SEA QB

12.06: Ezekiel Elliott, DAL RB

12.07: Elijah Moore, CLE WR

12.08: Dak Prescott, DAL QB

12.09: Darnell Mooney, CHI WR

12.10: Tua Tagovailoa, MIA QB


Thoughts: Perine being projected in more of a pass-catching role might make him slightly less valuable in non-PPR leagues, but he should have a substantial role in Sean Payton’s offense. Another quarterback was also considered with Prescott and Tagovailoa still on the board.


Round 13

13.01: Jayden Reed, GB WR

13.02: Pat Freiermuth, PIT TE

13.03: Nico Collins, HOU WR

13.04: Evan Engram, JAX TE

13.05: Cole Kmet, CHI TE

13.06: Raheem Mostert, MIA RB

13.07: Gus Edwards, BAL RB

13.08: Kirk Cousins, MIN QB

13.09: Anthony Richardson, IND QB

13.10: David Njoku, CLE TE


Thoughts: A standard league gives a slight boost to Edwards—who has averaged 5.2 yards per carry through four seasons. Touchdowns could increase if the Baltimore offense reaches new heights with the system change.


Round 14

14.01: Kareem Hunt, FA RB

14.02: Devin Singletary, HOU RB

14.03: Kendre Miller, NO RB

14.04: Odell Beckham Jr., BAL WR

14.05: Jerick McKinnon, KC RB

14.06: Leonard Fournette, FA RB

14.07: Jaylen Warren, PIT RB

14.08: Chuba Hubbard, CAR RB

14.09: Cordarrelle Patterson, ATL RB

14.10: Clyde Edwards-Heliare, KC RB


Thoughts: A presumed healthy Beckham lasting until Round 14 would have been inconceivable just a few short years ago, and he’ll be a big part of Baltimore’s new-look passing attack. Beckham will turn 31 in November but should be fresh after sitting out in 2022.


Round 15

15.01: Eagles D/ST

15.02: 49ers D/ST

15.03: Bills D/ST

15.04: Cowboys D/ST

15.05: Patriots D/ST

15.06: Jets D/ST

15.07: Dolphins D/ST

15.08: Broncos D/ST

15.09: Ravens D/ST

15.10: Justin Tucker, BAL K


Round 16

16.01: Buccaneers D/ST

16.02: Harrison Butker, KC K

16.03: Daniel Carlson, LV K

16.04: Tyler Bass, BUF K

16.05: Evan McPherson, CIN K

16.06: Graham Gano, NYG K

16.07: Younghoe Koo, ATL K

16.08: Jason Sanders, MIA K

16.09: Matt Gay, IND K

16.10: Jake Moody, SF K


Final Roster

QB: Jalen Hurts, PHI

RB: Derrick Henry, TEN

RB: Najee Harris, PIT

WR: Cooper Kupp, LAR

WR: Garrett Wilson, NYJ

TE: Dallas Goedert, PHI

FLEX: Drake London, ATL WR

D/ST: Dolphins

K: Tyler Bass, BUF

BE: Mike Williams, LAC WR

BE: AJ Dillon, GB RB

BE: Marquise Brown, ARI WR

BE: Darren Waller, NYG TE

BE: Samaje Perine, DEN RB

BE: Gus Edwards, BAL RB

BE: Odell Beckham Jr., BAL WR