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2024 Fantasy Football Mock Draft 2.0: 8-Team, Full PPR (3 WR)

Summer is getting underway, and the NFL season is under 100 days away. So, fantasy football drafts will be here before we know it. The latest mock draft is in an 8-team, full PPR, 3-WR format—so it’s a league that’ll put up crooked point totals with how stacked teams can be.


Mock Draft 1.0: 10-team, 0.5 PPR


Round 1

1.01: Christian McCaffrey, SF RB

1.02: CeeDee Lamb, DAL WR

1.03: Bijan Robinson, ATL RB

1.04: Tyreek Hill, MIA WR

1.05: Ja’Marr Chase, CIN WR

1.06: Breece Hall, NYJ RB

1.07: Amon-Ra St. Brown, DET WR

1.08: Justin Jefferson, MIN WR


Thoughts: Bijan is set to be a massive part of Atlanta’s roster, including as a receiver. He’s among several backs in RB2 consideration but gets the nod this time, as his pass-catching upside might be the highest of the bunch.


Round 2

2.01: Puka Nacua, LAR WR

2.02: A.J. Brown, PHI WR

2.03: Jahmyr Gibbs, DET RB

2.04: Jonathan Taylor, IND RB

2.05: Garrett Wilson, NYJ WR

2.06: Saquon Barkley, PHI RB

2.07: Travis Etienne Jr., JAX RB

2.08: Marvin Harrison Jr., ARI WR


Thoughts: None of the undoubted top-ten receivers made it to my second pick, so I went with Saquon to give a dynamic RB-RB start, hopefully giving me a leg-up at the position in a very deep eight-team format.


Round 3

3.01: Davante Adams, LV WR

3.02: Michael Pittman, IND WR

3.03: Josh Allen, BUF QB

3.04: Chris Olave, NO WR

3.05: Mike Evans, TB WR

3.06: Kyren Williams, LAR RB

3.07: Drake London, ATL WR

3.08: De’Von Achane, MIA RB


Thoughts: Finding a potential edge continues with Josh Allen as the first quarterback off the board. If you are confident in hitting on receivers scattered throughout the rest of the draft, it’s not a bad strategy to considering getting super-elite at the other positions first.


Round 4

4.01: Brandon Aiyuk, SF WR

4.02: Travis Kelce, KC TE

4.03: Nico Collins, HOU WR

4.04: Alvin Kamara, NO RB

4.05: Sam LaPorta, DET TE

4.06: Stefon Diggs, HOU WR

4.07: DJ Moore, CHI WR

4.08: Jalen Hurts, PHI QB


Thoughts: Diggs has catch totals of 127, 103, 108, and 107 over his past four seasons (all in Buffalo), and something we should be able to count on with his new team is a bunch of catches—at least in many games. Even if the explosiveness is down for the veteran, he has double-digit reception upside each week.


Round 5

5.01: Deebo Samuel Sr., SF WR

5.02: Rachaad White, TB RB

5.03: DeVonta Smith, PHI WR

5.04: Isiah Pacheco, KC RB

5.05: DK Metcalf, SEA WR

5.06: Jaylen Waddle, MIA WR

5.07: Josh Jacobs, GB RB

5.08: Derrick Henry, BAL RB


Thoughts: I was between a few receivers here, ultimately opting for Smith, who had 95 receptions a couple of years ago and has untapped statistical upside across the board.


Round 6

6.01: James Cook, BUF RB

6.02: Lamar Jackson, BAL QB

6.03: Malik Nabers, NYG WR

6.04: Patrick Mahomes II, KC QB

6.05: Joe Mixon, HOU RB

6.06: Cooper Kupp, LAR WR

6.07: Aaron Jones, MIN RB

6.08: Kenneth Walker III, SEA RB


Thoughts: As a WR3 in an eight-team format, it’s definitely worth taking a shot on Kupp in the sixth round. Kupp can still be a difference-maker when on the field.


Round 7

7.01: Terry McLaurin, WAS WR

7.02: C.J. Stroud, HOU QB

7.03: George Pickens, PIT WR

7.04: Amari Cooper, CLE WR

7.05: Rhamondre Stevenson, NE RB

7.06: Trey McBride, ARI TE

7.07: Zay Flowers, BAL WR

7.08: Mark Andrews, BAL TE


Thoughts: The upside of Pickens was too good to pass up here, continuing a trend of four consecutive wide receiver selections following the RB-RB-QB start.


Round 8

8.01: Anthony Richardson, IND QB

8.02: James Conner, ARI RB

8.03: Kyler Murray, ARI QB

8.04: Christian Kirk, JAX WR

8.05: Joe Burrow, CIN QB

8.06: Dalton Kincaid, BUF TE

8.07: Tank Dell, HOU WR

8.08: Raheem Mostert, MIA RB


Thoughts: Kincaid arguably could have gone a few rounds earlier than this, and he’s a nice pairing with our quarterback. The second-year tight end is another guy with tremendous reception upside.


Round 9

9.01: Tee Higgins, CIN WR

9.02: Chris Godwin, TB WR

9.03: Zamir White, LV RB

9.04: David Montgomery, DET RB

9.05: Keenan Allen, CHI WR

9.06: Jayden Reed, GB WR

9.07: D’Andre Swift, CHI RB

9.08: Tony Pollard, TEN RB


Thoughts: The reception numbers likely won’t be there for White, but he has workhorse appeal as a ball-carrier and should serve as safe insurance behind Bijan and Barkley.


Round 10

10.01: Rome Odunze, CHI WR

10.02: Jaylen Warren, PIT R

10.03: Xavier Worthy, KC WR

10.04: DeAndre Hopkins, TEN WR

10.05: Javonte Williams, DEN RB

10.06: Najee Harris, PIT RB

10.07: Austin Ekeler, WAS RB

10.08: Hollywood Brown, KC WR


Thoughts: The same can be said for Harris, who had just 29 receptions last season. However, Najee did catch 74 balls as a rookie. Overall, we can feel good about steady points from White/Najee if forced to play them in a running back slot.


Round 11

11.01: Diontae Johnson, CAR WR

11.02: Jakobi Meyers, LV WR

11.03: George Kittle, SF TE

11.04: Tyjae Spears, TEN RB

11.05: Rashee Rice, KC WR

11.06: Zack Moss, CIN RB

11.07: Nick Chubb, CLE RB

11.08: Brian Robinson Jr., WAS RB


Thoughts: This came down to George Kittle and Kyle Pitts, with Kittle getting the slight edge to give us a piece of the Niners offense. Also, Kittle played through a core muscle injury last year while recording 1,000 yards.


Round 12

12.01: Kyle Pitts, ATL TE

12.02: Devin Singletary, NYG RB

12.03: Evan Engram, JAX TE

12.04: Jaxon Smith-Njigba, SEA WR

12.05: Aaron Rodgers, NYJ QB

12.06: Mike Williams, NYJ WR

12.07: Chase Brown, CIN RB

12.08: Calvin Ridley, TEN WR


Thoughts: This is again not a PPR-slanted selection, but Williams gets to play with Aaron Rodgers in New York and should possess top-tier weekly touchdown upside.


Round 13

13.01: David Njoku, CLE TE

13.02: Ladd McConkey, LAC WR

13.03: Christian Watson, GB WR

13.04: Zach Charbonnet, SEA RB

13.05: T.J. Hockenson, MIN TE

13.06: Jonathon Brooks, CAR RB

13.07: Brian Thomas Jr., JAC WR

13.08: Jordan Addison, MIN WR


Thoughts: Watson is another high-ceiling bench stash at WR despite not being likely to be a high-volume weapon for the Packers.


Round 14

14.01: Dak Prescott, DAL QB

14.02: Jordan Love, GB QB

14.03: Ezekiel Elliott, DAL RB

14.04: Courtland Sutton, DEN WR

14.05: Brock Bowers, LV TE

14.06: Brock Purdy, SF QB

14.07: Dallas Goedert, PHI TE

14.08: Gus Edwards, LAC RB


Thoughts: Purdy’s value really stood out in Round 14, and he’s excellent insurance at quarterback.


Round 15

15.01: Ravens, D/ST

15.02: 49ers, D/ST

15.03: Cowboys, D/ST

15.04: Browns, D/ST

15.05: Dolphins, D/ST

15.06: Jets, D/ST

15.07: Chiefs, D/ST

15.08: Bills, D/ST


Round 16

16.01: Jake Moody, SF K

16.02: Brandon Aubrey, DAL K

16.03: Jason Sanders, MIA K

16.04: Harrison Butker, KC K

16.05: Jake Elliott, PHI K

16.06: Ka’imi Fairbairn, HOU K

16.07: Tyler Bass, BUF K

16.08: Justin Tucker, BAL K


Final Roster

QB: Josh Allen, BUF

RB: Bijan Robinson, ATL

RB: Saquon Barkley, PHI

WR: Stefon Diggs, HOU

WR: DeVonta Smith, PHI

WR: Cooper Kupp, LAR

TE: Dalton Kincaid, BUF

FLEX: George Pickens, PIT

D/ST: Cowboys

K: Ka’imi Fairbairn

BE: Zamir White, LV

BE: Najee Harris, PIT

BE: George Kittle, SF

BE: Mike Williams, NYJ

BE: Christian Watson, GB

BE: Brock Purdy, SF