Monday Mocks: 2024 Post-Combine Risers and Fallers

Ryan McDowell

Welcome to Monday Mocks, where I’ll bring you…you guessed it, a new mock draft every Monday during the off-season. In my opinion, drafting is the best part of fantasy football, so I do as much of that as I can. This series will be filled with all types of mocks. We’ll draft startups, rookies, devys, and more.

Last week, in anticipation of the annual NFL Scouting Combine, I shared a 1QB rookie mock draft, along with some of the tools and other information we offer that hopefully supported your Combine viewing experience. As it always does, the Combine gave us a new perspective and additional pieces to the puzzle for many key players.

This week, it’s time to take a new look at what a rookie mock draft might look like, with a focus on the players gaining or losing value following the events in Indianapolis.


1.01 Marvin Harrison Jr., WR Ohio State
Last Week’s Rank- 1.01

We knew entering the NFL Combine that second-generation superstar Harrison would not be participating in the workouts, but the media room was stunned and disappointed to learn that the Ohio State product had left the Combine and would not be taking the podium. Although it was a bit of a bummer, it has no real impact on Harrison’s draft stock or dynasty value. He remains locked in as the top pick in the 1QB format.

1.02 Rome Odunze, WR Washington
Last Week’s Rank- 1.03

While his fellow top wideouts were rarely seen during the week, Washington’s Odunze was everywhere, making him one of the hot topics of the week. Odunze impressed in everything he did at the Combine, charming the media and putting in extra effort in hopes of reaching his goal time on the three-cone drill. Odunze did enough to push him up to the 1.02 spot and it would not be a surprise if he was also the second wideout selected in the NFL Draft.

1.03 Malik Nabers, WR LSU
Last Week’s Rank- 1.02

Like Harrison, Nabers had also made it clear we would not be seeing him on the field in Indianapolis, although he did take part in the media session. Nabers spoke of his versatility and ability to create space in his routes as reasons why he should be the top receiver drafted. He also mentioned that he had impressed teams with his football intelligence during interviews. Nabers oddly declined to be measured during his time in Indy, so we do not have an official height or weight for him yet.


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Monday Mocks: 2024 Post-Combine Risers and Fallers