2018 Superflex Rookie ADP (Post 2018 NFL Draft)

Superflex Rookie ADP! Get your Superflex Rookie ADP right here! The data collected here is the Average Draft Position (ADP) for Superflex Rookie drafts. The mock drafters had a wide range of experience with dynasty and superflex formats.

With the 2018 NFL Draft out of the way, it was time to gather post-draft rookie ADP data so that 2QB/Superflex fantasy players prepping for their rookie drafts had something to reference to.

The one trend that remained constant from the pre-draft ADP to the post-draft ADP was that new New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley was the consensus 1.01 pick. That will most likely be the case in all rookie drafts this year, but our own Anthony Spangler laid out a case in which taking a quarterback over the “generational” running back made some semblance of sense.

One other noticeable change was the ascension of Cleveland Browns rookie signal-caller Baker Mayfield (the real life 1.01). In pre-draft ADP, Mayfield was the highest quarterback drafted at fifth overall, and while he remained the QB1 in post-draft ADP, he climbed to the second overall spot behind Barkley.

As far as the quarterback position goes, it was mostly the same pre- and post-draft, in terms of rankings, with Lamar Jackson leapfrogging from QB4 to QB2, and J.T. Barrett joining the mix. Below is a snapshot of how QB ADP looks in our post-draft data:

Below you will find the full Superflex Rookie ADP data. *Last Update: May 7, 2018. We also have 2QB Dynasty Startup ADP.

Huge thanks to Josh Smith for running our mock draft rooms!

2018 Superflex Rookie ADP (Post 2018 NFL Draft)

RankPlayerTeamPositionADPStandard Deviation
1Saquon BarkleyNYGRB1.00
2Baker MayfieldCLEQB2.50.7
3Derrius GuiceWASRB3.01.4
4Nick ChubbCLERB4.50.7
5Lamar JacksonBALQB6.04.2
6Rashaad PennySEARB6.01.4
7Sony MichelNEPRB6.50.7
8Josh RosenARIQB7.01.4
9Ronald JonesTBBRB9.52.1
10Sam DarnoldNYJQB10.01.4
11Royce FreemanDENRB12.00
12D.J. MooreCARWR13.00
13Christian KirkARIWR13.04.2
14Kerryon JohnsonDETRB13.54.9
15Calvin RidleyATLWR14.50.7
16Courtland SuttonDENWR16.53.5
17James WashingtonPITWR18.53.5
18Michael GallupDALWR19.01.4
19Josh AllenBUFQB20.53.5
20Mike GesickiMIATE21.08.5
21Dallas GoedertPHITE22.57.8
22Anthony MillerCHIWR22.50.7
23Equanimeous St. BrownGBPWR22.52.1
24Mason RudolphPITQB23.04.2
25Kalen BallageMIARB25.00
26Nyheim HinesINDRB25.52.1
27Dante PettisSFOWR27.57.8
28D.J. CharkJACWR29.01.4
29Kyle LaulettaNYGQB29.00
30John KellyLARRB30.015.6
31Mark WaltonCINRB30.50.7
32Tre'Quan SmithNOSWR32.01.4
33Deon CainINDWR32.00
34Antonio CallawayCLEWR33.09.9
35Hayden HurstBALTE35.01.4
36Bo ScarbroughDALRB36.50.7
37DaeSean HamiltonDENWR37.02.8
38Auden TateCINWR39.05.7
39J'Mon MooreGBPWR39.53.5
40Mark AndrewsBALTE39.52.1
41Keke CouteeHOUWR41.510.6
42Simmie CobbsWASWR42.53.5
43Justin JacksonLACRB42.56.4
44Luke FalkTENQB44.07.1
45Jordan LasleyBALWR44.02.8
46Jordan WilkinsINDRB44.00
47Josh AdamsPHIRB44.01.4
48Chase EdmondsARIRB47.52.1
49Roc ThomasMINRB48.01.4
50Braxton BerriosNEPWR48.50.7
51J.T. BarrettNOSQB48.50.7

For more 2QB/Superflex dynasty coverage from TwoQBs, you can check out Anthony Spangler’s top-200 overall 2QB dynasty rankings and Anthony Amico’s Armchair Scouting Report series on the incoming rookie QB class.

Salvatore Stefanile

Salvatore Stefanile is a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association (FSWA) and has been playing fantasy football since his high school days. He is a proponent of 2QB fantasy football leagues and his work has been featured on XN Sports, RotoViz, and Rotoworld. His writing on 2QB fantasy football leagues earned him the FSWA award for 'Best Fantasy Football On-Going Series' in 2013. He earned a second FSWA nomination in 2015. You can follow him on Twitter @2QBFFB

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