2025 NFL Draft Prospects | Dynasty Mock Draft

by Alexander Regan · Dynasty Leagues
2025 NFL Draft prospects

PlayerProfiler is home to award winning dynasty rankings and tools. Our Dynasty Deluxe package includes complete Dynasty Rankings, Rookie Rankings, Trade Analyzer, Draft Planner, Mock Drafts, and more. Check it out. With the 2024 NFL Draft in the books and many dynasty rookie drafts, Alex Regan turns his attention the 2025 NFL Draft Prospects in this two-round dynasty rookie mock draft. 

Superflex PPR Dynasty – 12-Team Rookie Mock Draft

*Statistics from ESPN/PFF Premium Stats

1.01 Luther Burden III | WR Missouri

Luther Burden III is the most electric and explosive WR in the 2025 NFL Draft. Not only can he effectively run routes, he is a threat at all three levels of the field, but thrives at the catch point with secure hands. As a fluid athlete with a solid frame at 5-11 and 208-pounds, he can easily separate from CBs or create for himself after the catch.

2023 stats: 86 receptions, 1,212 Yards Receiving, 9 TDs Receiving

1.02 Quinton Judkins | RB Ohio State

Quinton Judkins had a massive amount of volume and production at Ole Miss the last two years, with 545 carries, 2,725 yards rushing, and 31 touchdowns rushing.

Judkins is a great, violent, between the tackles runner, who is excellent at forcing missed tackles (78 per PFF in 2023), however has low receiving volume and upside. The now Ohio State transfer looks to become the RB1 of a potential dominant dual backfield with TreVeyon Henderson.

2023 stats: 271 carries, 1158 yards rushing, 15 TDs rushing, 4.3 yards per carry.

1.03 Tetairoa McMillan | WR Arizona

Arizona had a quiet 2023 season until they went on a seven-game winning streak, beating five ranked teams, and Tetairoa McMillain played a big role in their offensive success. The 6-5, 210-pound X WR had 810 receiving yards and five touchdowns during their winning streak. The big WR who thrives at the catch point looks to have another stellar season on an Arizona team projected to rank top-10 in 2024.

2023 stats: 90 receptions, 1402 yards receiving, 10 TDs receiving.

1.04 Omarion Hampton | RB North Carolina

Omarion Hampton was one of the best RBs in College Football last year, sporting 1,726 rushing plus receiving yards and 16 total touchdowns. Hampton is arguably the best RB after contact, leading the FBS with 1,072 yards after contact in 2023. With a backfield mostly to himself, expect another excellent year from Hampton.

2023 Stats: 253 carries, 1,504 yards rushing, 15 TDs rushing, 5.9 yards per carry.

1.05 Ollie Gordon II | RB Oklahoma State

Ollie Gordon not only led the FBS in rushing yards in 2023 (1,732 yards rushing), but he did so on the third-most carries (285 carries), on great efficiency (6.1 yards per carry), and scored 21 touchdowns rushing. The Doak Walker winner is only 20 years old, and with great initial burst, size, and receiving upside, he is a great Dynasty option if he decides to declare this draft.

2023 stats: 285 carries, 1,732 yards rushing, 21 TDs rushing, 6.1 yards per carry.

1.06 Carson Beck | QB Georgia

Carson Beck was PFFs fifth-best QB in 2023, and he brought a different type of life to Georgia’s offense than Stetson Bennet did. With a live and pinpoint arm, Beck revitalized Georgia’s explosive passing game with 3,941 yards passing, 24 passing touchdowns, and had the fifth-best QBR at 86.0. Most importantly, he had a 72-percent completion percentage on an average depth of target of 8.5 yards.

2023 stats: 3,941 yard passing, 24 TDs passing, 6 INTs, 86.0 QBR, 114.8 passer rating.

1.07 Shedeur Sanders | QB Colorado

Shedeur Sanders is the current favorite to go No. 1 overall in the 2025 NFL Draft. Sanders had one of the hottest starts to the 2023 season before his offensive line collapsed, and his protection diminished. Sanders thrives in the pocket, being consistent throwing to all three levels of the field, and limiting mistakes (only nine turnover worthy plays – 1.6-percent).

2023 stats: 3,230 yards passing, 27 TDs passing, 3 INTs, 63.1 QBR, 107.9 passer rating.

1.08 TreVeyon Henderson | RB Ohio State

TreVeyon Henderson has been on and off the field due to injuries since his excellent 2021 freshman season. But he  hasn’t lost his efficiency, consistently rushing for over five yards a carry every season with Ohio State. With Judkins entering his RB room, Henderson will likely split carries. However, as Henderson is extremely effective as an outside rusher, he will likely not see any drastic production decreases.

2023 stats: 156 carries, 926 yards rushing, 11 TDs rushing, 5.9 yards per carry.

1.09 Evan Stewart | WR Texas A&M

Evan Stewart is a very interesting case, because in the last 2 years, Stewart has shown flashes of excellence on an inconsistent Texas A&M. But, the explosive and speedy WR will be joining fellow transfer QB Dillion Gabriel on Oregon, with Oregon being 2023’s No. 2 ranked offense.

2023 stats: 38 receptions, 514 yards receiving, 4 TDs receiving.

1.10 Travis Hunter | CB/WR Colorado

It is unsure what position Travis Hunter will play in the NFL; however, he is elite at both CB and WR. But a slimmer slot who plays another position, he might have issues thriving in a full-time WR. If he decides to go full-time on offense, he is a fluid route runner who has insanely secure hands (57 catches on 73 targets).

2023 stats: 57 receptions, 721 yards receiving, 5 TDs receiving.

1.11 Jalen Milroe | QB Alabama

If you love rushing QBs, Jalen Milroe is the QB for you. Milroe is an elite scrambler who is extremely hard to tackle in the open field, and is built like a bowling ball at 6-2 and 220-pounds. As a passer, Milroe has a consistent arm, can move in the pocket, and can stretch the field with high velocity throws.

2023 stats: 2,834 yards passing, 23 TDs passing, 6 INTs, 80.5 QBR, 116.4 passer rating.

1.12 Ashton Jeanty | RB Boise State

There is nothing to not like about Ashton Jeanty in terms of PPR fantasy. He is a three down back, who is an efficient runner between and outside the tackles, and has immense receiving upside. He had the highest receiving grade (91.6) per PFF in 2023, and had 43 receptions, 569 yards receiving, and 5 touchdowns.

2023 stats: 220 carries, 1,347 yards rushing, 14 TDs rushing, 6.1 yards per carry.

2.01 Emeka Egbuka | WR Ohio State

Egbuka saw a huge decrease in production from 2022 to 2023. After going from CJ Stroud (Houston Texans QB) to Kyle McCord (now Syracuse QB), he went from a 1,100-yard WR to a 500-yard WR. However, the sure handed WR will hopefully have a much better year with the conservative Will Howard.

2023 stats: 41 receptions, 515 yards receiving, 4 TDs receiving.

2.02 Tez Johnson | WR Oregon

Although smaller WRs are not dynasty favorites, Tez Johnson makes up for his size in skill. At 5-10 and 160-pounds, Johnson is an extremely shifty WR in open space, and can run routes effectively. The only issue with Johnson currently is fighting through contact in the middle of the field, and drops (seven in 2023).

2023 stats: 86 receptions, 1,182 yards receiving, 10 TDs receiving.

2.03 Damien Martinez | RB Oregon State

Martinez has two straight years of six-plus yards per carry at Oregon State. Martinez is a great blend of size and speed, and at 6-0 and 232-pounds, is hard to bring down in open space and in the red zone. However, Martinez is not truly explosive and has limited receiving production.

2023 stats: 194 carries, 1,185 yards rushing, 9 TDs rushing, 6.1 yards per carry.

2.04 Quinn Ewers | QB Texas

Quinn Ewers took a huge step up from 2022 to 2023, striving in accuracy and production. Ewers is great at not forcing throws and passing over the middle of the field. Ewers has been somewhat inconsistent in terms of his deep ball accuracy, strength, and ability, but is also a more conservative QB and will take checkdowns instead of a risky deep ball.

2023 stats: 3,479 yards passing, 22 TDs passing, 6 INTs, 78.3 QBR, 108.0 passer rating.

2.05 Tory Horton | WR Colorado State

Horton was a 2024 NFL Draft sleeper before returning to Colorado State for his fifth year. The 6-2, 190-pound WR is best as a straight line threat. Horton also thrives at the catch point with his ball-tracking skills and good hand-eye coordination. The Colorado State WR looks to have his third straight season of 1,100-plus yards receiving.

2023 stats: 96 receptions, 1,136 yard receiving, 8 TDs receiving.

2.06 Nicholas Singleton | RB Penn State

Nick Singleton was a stud freshman at Penn State in 2022, rushing for 1,061 yards on 6.8 yards per carry with 12 touchdowns rushing. However in 2023, Singleton took an efficiency dip, going from 6.8 YPC to 4.4. The biggest question for Singleton is whether he’ll even declare, as he is still only 20 years old and not projected to declare just yet.

2023 stats: 171 carries, 752 yards rushing, 8 TDs rushing, 4.4 yards per carry.

2.07 Isaiah Bond | WR Texas

Isaiah Bond had a solid year as Alabama’s WR2, putting up 668 receiving yards and four receiving touchdowns, and pulled off the final TD against Auburn to win the Iron Bowl. Bond transferred to Texas over the offseason, and is now their projected WR1 after Texas lost three NFL WRs to the NFL Draft (Adonai Mitchell/Xavier Worthy/Jordan Whittington).

Bond will be a consistent checkdown option or deep threat for Quinn Ewers.

2023 Stats: 48 receptions, 668 yards receiving, 4 TDs receiving.

2:08 Tre Harris | WR Ole Miss

Tre Harris is one of the best deep threats in the 2025 NFL Draft. He has the speed to run away from corners on go-routes, and has the fluidity and explosiveness to quickly break out of routes. However, Harris was inconsistent last year, having four games with over 130 yards receiving but four games with 27 receiving yards or less.

2023 stats: 54 receptions, 985 yards receiving, 8 TDs receiving.

2.09 Colston Loveland | TE Michigan

Colston Loveland would be the best TE in the 2025 NFL Draft if he chose to declare; however, he only turned 20 in April. But Loveland is a 6-5, 245-pound fluid TE, who can easily break in and out of routes. He also has the speed to break away from linebackers and create second life after the catch.

2023 stats: 45 receptions, 649 yards receiving, 4 TDs receiving.

2.10 Jaxson Dart | QB Ole Miss

Dart has taken a step up every year since transferring to Ole Miss in 2022. This year, he can look forward to arguably the best Ole Miss team he’s ever had, with huge additions in the transfor portal. Dart is an aggressive and athletic QB with rushing upside that is consistent over the middle of the field and loves to test the deep ball.

2023 stats: 3,364 yards passing, 23 TDs passing, 5 INTs, 78.5 QBR, 110.2 passer rating.

2.11 Jaydn Ott | RB Cal

Ott has had two back-to-back productive seasons with Cal, and in 2023, Ott was given the full backfield. He rushed for 1,305 yards and 12 TDs. Ott is another younger player who could or could not declare, but is a capable receiver and a compact runner who consistently falls forward when tackled.

2023 stats: 245 carries, 1,305 yards rushing, 12 TDs rushing, 5.3 yards per carry.

2.12 Donovan Edwards | RB Michigan

Edwards has been a huge part of Michigan’s success the last two years as a “change-of-pace” back from Blake Corum. Particularly against Ohio State in 2022 (216 rushing yards and two TDs)m and in the National Championship against Washington (104 rushing yards and two TDs).

The only concern with Edwards is his large efficiency dropoff from 2022 to 2023, going from 7.1 yards per carry to 4.2 yards per carry. But in 2024, he is the projected lead back at Michigan in Corum’s absence (drafted to Rams in 2024 NFL Draft).

2023 stats: 119 carries, 497 yards rushing, 5 TDs rushing, 4.2 yards per carry.

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