We all know what the mock drafts look like, but what do they mean for your fantasy football list for the next season?
The most exciting thing about the future is that it is full of possibilities.
In another version of my life, somewhere in the vast multiverse, I may be the general manager of an NFL front office looking for young men like Trevor Lawrence or Micah Parsons to offer them the chance of a lifetime.
However, in this universe and timeline, I am a fantasy footballer. Kind of a general manager, but one who doesn’t have to pack and move my family if my predictions are wrong. Instead of the Trevor Lawrences of the world, I can sit back and giggle when players like Josh Allen drop to QB9 in Round 8, knowing that he’ll be billed as my preseason QB4 with benefit.
That is what sits after this introduction. A convergence of NFL scouting combined with fantasy football to predict how this new class of rookies will fare and how you should approach them when you assemble your roster in your fantasy GM chair this summer.