Here at DFF we’re pretty fond of mock drafts in case you haven’t noticed. In our quest to make sure you’re ready to draft once your drafts roll around we’ve decided to throw another IDP mock at you. This time we’ve bumped it up to 16 teams and 6 rounds of mocking fun.
1.01 @allpurposeyrd8g Dalvin Cook, RB, FSU
Yes. I like Davis more than Fournette.
Astonished to get Fournette here. He is Earl Campbell meets Bo Jackson.
1.04 @duckzfan50 Mike Williams, WR, Clemson
I have had my eye on this kid for a while. I have a cupboard full of his shares and don’t mind adding another.
1.05 @SlizzDigital D’onta Foreman, RB, Texas
Will the real #1 RB please stand up? Yeah, I said it. Ran for 4,382 yards and 61 TD’s in High School, ran for 2,028 yards and 15 TD’s in his final season at Texas. No reason to think he won’t produce at the next level.
He can shed blocks as he’s stopping the run and has the athleticism to get to the QB. Can’t pass him up!
1.07 @HRoman1234 Christian McCaffrey, RB, Stanford
McCaffrey has a quick burst and has good instincts in the open field. He has good hands and should contribute in the Return Game. Will need time to carve a role in an NFL offense.
1.08 @TheFFMadman Myles Garrett, DE/Edge, Texas A&M
DFF has been on Garrett for a minute.
1.09 @nateclever8 John Ross, WR, Washington
Fastest WR in draft, Deep threat and separates well. Does lack length and 50-50 balls will be tough. All in all, great talent
1.10 @Kered_Eel Alvin Kamara, RB, Tennessee
🏃🏻🏃🏻🏃🏻. That’s me running to the podium to get my pick in. Love Kamara. Elite recruit. Above average athlete, good build at 5’10” 215. He ran between the tackles and is a great receiving threat.
1.11 @DFF_MattK Joe Mixon, RB, Oklahoma
Morally this pick makes me cringe a bit. On the field, I think he has a chance to be the best RB in this class. Could be a Leveon Bell clone IMO.
1.12 @josh4444 JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR, USC
1.13 @FatAdamSchefter Kareem Hunt, RB, Toledo
Complete RB with three-down potential. Played outstanding in the Senior Bowl and will do the same if he is drafted by a team who could use a versatile back.
1.14 @fulst_rosto Reuben Foster, LB, Alabama
In a 16 team league I would have no issue taking the premier LB in the class in the 1st round. A unanimous All-American whom is an explosive tackler, fantastic against the run and solid in pass coverage against RBs and TEs. The Tide’s Senior may not be the biggest at 236 lbs, but he is arguably the best tackler in the draft with numerous double-digit tackle games in his senior year.
1.15 @CoachKernzy Jamal Adams, S, LSU
Wanted Foster here but no luck. Likely top 5 pick, I go Adams who can play both S spots and excels in the box. Will be an IDP machine from the jump.
1.16 @DFF_JohnIDP OJ Howard, TE, Alabama
Complete TE. Stays on the field every down. Blocking was unreal and if used in the right offense will be a big contributor. With Adams off the board, I decided to get my TE. deep draft class. I will sit back and wait to see who falls to me in the 2nd
2.01 @allpurposeyrd8g Zach Cunningham, LB, Vanderbilt
This class has some nice RB depth.
These hybrid players are pretty unlikely to be major players. But in the right situation, Samuel could be a nice PPR player.
2.04 @duckzfan50 Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson
QB’s always get stacked up in the 2nd round in a 16 team league rookie draft. I wanted my choice. I love rushing upside in my QB’s.
2.05 @SlizzDigital Samaje Perine, RB, Oklahoma
Was going to go LB but could not resist grabbing Samaje here. He is balanced, compact and runs hard. May not be a 3 down back yet but has the skills to develop into one. Think Spencer Ware & LeGarrette Blount.
Only one season as a starter but he’s the ultimate ball-hawking safety in this draft and has an extremely high ceiling.
2.07 @HRoman1234 Cooper Kupp, WR, Eastern Washington
Polished WR. The hype is real. Belongs at bottom of 2nd WR tier group.
2.08 @TheFFMadman Solomon Thomas, Freak(DE), Stanford
2.09 @nateclever8 Jonathan Allen, DT, Alabama
Best defensive player in the draft. Game changer can play outside and inside. Easily a top 3-5 pick in the NFL draft
2.10 @Kered_Eel Malachi Dupre, WR, LSU
Rail thin, but can jump out of the gym. Didn’t get a chance to show off his skill set much at LSU, but I think his length will translate. Should be a red zone and downfield threat in NFL
2.11 @DFF_MattK Kendall Beckwith, LB, LSU
His ability to find the football could allow him to rack up tackles starting year 1. Might be a little reach but I like his upside here.
2.12 @josh4444 David Njoku, TE, Miami
Very explosive, long athlete. Very good at high pointing the ball and will win most 50-50 balls with his size and athleticism. If I can get WR numbers from the TE position, sign me up. He can’t block, but I am not in any leagues where you get fantasy points for blocking.
2.13 @FatAdamSchefter Josh Reynolds, WR, Texas A&M
I had a feeling he was going to blow up the Senior Bowl. Great ball tracker and is an extremely competitive red zone threat. Needs to add a little more beef to his thin frame.
2.14 @fulst_rosto Jabrill Peppers, S, Michigan
Arguably the most versatile player in the draft, which may help or hinder the Wolverines future in the pros. Hybrid dime ‘backers are becoming much more sought after, and Peppers is an outstanding run defender and will match up against TEs and slot receivers.
2.15 @CoachKernzy Isaiah Ford, WR, Virginia Tech
The buzz seems to be much higher on Ford among pro scouts than the fantasy football community. I like Ford’s game and I’ll tend to lean towards the opinions of the paid pros.
2.16 @DFF_JohnIDP Malik McDowell, DL, Michigan State
Needs to continue to learn the game. Love him as an end where he can go after the QB. Can collapse a pocket with strength and also use his strong arms and move around to attack from the edge. If he brings it he will be a stud.
Be sure to check back in with us tomorrow to see how rounds 3 and 4 turn out.