Over the last week, theScore staff participated in a 10-team, 12-round mock to help provide a glimpse at what your drafts might look like and to give some insight on what to watch for in each round.

This is a standard (non-PPR) scoring league with the following roster spots: QB, RB, RB, WR, WR, WR, TE, FLEX, BN, BN, BN, BN. We left off defenses and kickers since they normally get selected in the final two rounds.

Draft Participants: Dan Wilkins, Jack Browne, Caitlyn Holroyd, David. P. Woods, Michael Amato, Justin Boone, Arun Srinivasan, Mitch Sanderson, Michael McClymont, Gino Bottero.

You can view the full rosters for each team here.

Round 1

Pick Player Owner
1 David Johnson (RB1) Wilkins
2 Le’Veon Bell (RB2) Browne
3 Antonio Brown (WR1) Holroyd
4 Odell Beckham Jr. (WR2) Woods
5 Ezekiel Elliott (RB3) Amato
6 Julio Jones (WR3) Boone
7 LeSean McCoy (RB4) Srinivasan
8 Mike Evans (WR4) Sanderson
9 A.J. Green (WR5) McClymont
10 Melvin Gordon (RB5) Bottero

Round 1: Every roster in a 10-team fantasy league looks good after the draft. That starts with a first round where there aren’t any bad options… Johnson and Bell are the clear-cut top two, but after that the No. 3-6 picks could really be shuffled up and reordered in almost any fashion… While still a top-five pick, the shine has come off Elliott slightly due to his off-field issues and concerns about the changes on his offensive line… McCoy has settled in as the RB4 in most drafts… It’s important to note that Team Bottero is making his picks while on a trip to Las Vegas, so we should be ready for anything from the No. 10 spot moving forward.

Round 2

Pick Player Owner
11 Jordan Howard (RB6) Bottero
12 Jay Ajayi (RB7) McClymont
13 Amari Cooper (WR6) Sanderson
14 T.Y. Hilton (WR7) Srinivasan
15 Jordy Nelson (WR8) Boone
16 Michael Thomas (WR9) Amato
17 Devonta Freeman (RB8) Woods
18 Demarco Murray (RB9) Holroyd
19 Dez Bryant (WR10) Browne
20 Rob Gronkowski (TE1) Wilkins

Round 2: It’s still early in the day in Vegas, as Team Bottero opens strong by going RB-RB at the turn and securing a pair of top-10 fantasy backs from 2016. Hopefully both players can replicate their breakout seasons from a year ago… A.J. Green-Jay Ajayi is one of my favorite combos to start the draft. They’ll be anchoring Team McClymont… I still tend to lean WR early when I can, so I was ecstatic to get Julio Jones and Jordy Nelson with my first two selections… Dez Bryant is the riskiest pick so far. He’s missed 10 games over the last two seasons and often fades to the background as the Cowboys turn to their running game to close out wins… Where Gronk gets taken is always interesting in mocks. While I’d prefer to wait till the third, I don’t blame anyone for pulling the trigger at the end of the second.

Round 3

Pick Player Owner
21 DeAndre Hopkins (WR11) Wilkins
22 Leonard Fournette (RB10) Browne
23 Doug Baldwin (WR12) Holroyd
24 Todd Gurley (RB11) Woods
25 Alshon Jeffery (WR13) Amato
26 Lamar Miller (RB12) Boone
27 Demaryius Thomas (WR14) Srinivasan
28 Christian McCaffrey (RB13) Sanderson
29 Allen Robinson (WR15) McClymont
30 Keenan Allen (WR16) Bottero

Round 3: Two rookie backs go off the board in the third round. The hype around McCaffrey might be louder at the moment, but this is a standard scoring league which makes Fournette a much more desirable asset. Fournette will get a chance to be a workhorse back in Jacksonville and I expect him to succeed in that role, making him worth the price tag here… Gurley was one of the biggest disappointments of 2016, but upgrades to the offensive line and a new scheme could help get him back to RB1 status… Every team decided to go with a balanced approach through three rounds. This allows everyone to remain flexible and hunt for values at any position as the draft progresses.

Round 4

Pick Player Owner
31 Spencer Ware (RB14) Bottero
22 Brandin Cooks (WR17) McClymont
33 Jarvis Landry (WR18) Sanderson
34 Aaron Rodgers (QB1) Srinivasan
35 Isaiah Crowell (RB15) Boone
36 C.J. Anderson (RB16) Amato
37 Sammy Watkins (WR19) Woods
38 Carlos Hyde (RB17) Holroyd
39 Larry Fitzgerald (WR20) Browne
40 Davante Adams (WR21) Wilkins

Round 4: Team Bottero’s time in Vegas might be getting to him. With two running backs already on his roster, he reaches for Ware, who faded as the season went on a year ago and is going to face serious competition from rookie Kareem Hunt. Some beat writers have projected Hunt to lead the Chiefs backfield this season… Speaking of reaches, Team Srinivasan grabs the first quarterback of the draft and even though he selected the best fantasy QB, this is simply too high to address the position in a 10-team draft… The receivers taken this round appear to offer more upside than the running backs. The exception to that might be Crowell, who had a sneaky good campaign in 2016 and will be running behind an offensive line that became one of the best in the league after some key offseason additions.

Round 5

Pick Player Owner
41 Marshawn Lynch (RB18) Wilkins
42 Travis kelce (TE2) Browne
43 Terrelle Pryor (WR22) Holroyd
44 Julian Edelman (WR23) Woods
45 Greg Olsen (TE3) Amato
46 Michael Crabtree (WR24) Boone
47 Ty Montgomery (RB19) Srinivasan
48 Jordan Reed (TE4) Sanderson
49 Joe Mixon (RB20) McClymont
50 Golden Tate (WR25) Bottero

Round 5: A small run on tight ends takes place in the fifth round, with Kelce, Olsen, and Reed being selected. After this group there’s a distinct drop-off in talent at tight end, so if you miss out feel free to wait a while before seriously looking at the position… In a 10-team league having top-end talent is key. With fewer teams you can take more chances on upside players in hopes they deliver elite numbers. Picks like Lynch, Pryor, Montgomery, and Mixon all offer huge rewards if they hit.

Round 6

Pick Player Owner
51 Donte Moncrief (WR26) Bottero
52 Emmanuel Sanders (WR27) McClymont
53 Ameer Abdullah (RB21) Sanderson
54 Stefon Diggs (WR28) Srinivasan
55 Paul Perkins (RB22) Boone
56 Jamison Crowder (WR29) Amato
57 Derrick Henry (RB23) Woods
58 Dalvin Cook (RB24) Holroyd
59 Pierre Garcon (WR30) Browne
60 Doug Martin (RB25) Wilkins

Round 6: As we move into the middle rounds of the draft, a series of intriguing running backs were left on the board for owners to scoop up here. Every back in this round has an RB1 ceiling if things fall their way…. I found my third running back, who can give me solid depth behind my pair of second tier starters. Perkins continues to be passed over by many in the fantasy community. He faces little competition in the Giants backfield and has an underrated skill set which should allow him to lead the G-Men in rushing this season.

Round 7

Pick Player Owner
61 Martavis Bryant (WR31) Wilkins
62 Mark Ingram (RB26) Browne
63 Tyler Eifert (TE5) Holroyd
64 Kelvin Benjamin (WR32) Woods
65 Adam Thielen (WR33) Amato
66 Willie Snead (WR34) Boone
67 Brandon Marshall (WR35) Srinivasan
68 Jordan Matthews (WR36) Sanderson
69 Eddie Lacy (RB27) McClymont
70 Frank Gore (RB28) Bottero

Round 7: Bryant is one of the better gambles to take this year, if you can get him at a reasonable spot and the seventh round definitely qualifies. Bryant is an automatic WR2 if he manages to get his career back on track… Thielen has been my most owned player in MFL10 drafts this year, but that’s because he’s being selected outside of the top-40 receivers. Seventh round is too rich for me to buy in… I’m happy to have Snead fall to me. With Brandin Cooks’ departure, Snead should see a little bump in targets. If he can ever become a red-zone option, his stock would soar… Lacy at the end of Round 7 is basically stealing.

Round 8

Pick Player Owner
71 Tom Brady (QB2) Bottero
72 Danny Woodhead (RB29) McClymont
73 Jonathan Stewart (RB30) Sanderson
74 Adrian Peterson (RB31) Srinivasan
75 Tevin Coleman (RB32) Boone
76 Matt Ryan (QB3) Amato
77 Samaje Perine (RB33) Woods
78 Bilal Powell (RB34) Holroyd
79 DeSean Jackson (WR37) Browne
80 DeVante Parker (WR38) Wilkins

Round 8: Four rounds after our first quarterback went off the board, we finally have our second. Super Bowl hero and the man they refer to as the G.O.A.T. is set up for another monster fantasy campaign and is an incredible value in the eighth round after your roster is mostly filled out… I’m still choosing to wait on QB and TE, instead filling my bench with a home run swing like Coleman. He’s one injury away from being a fantasy RB1… This seems a little early for Stewart, who will be sharing the backfield with star rookie McCaffrey both in real life and on Team Sanderson’s roster.

Round 9

Pick Player Owner
81 Tyreek Hill (WR39) Wilkins
82 Andrew Luck (QB4) Browne
83 Drew Brees (QB5) Holroyd
84 Kareem Hunt (RB35) Woods
85 Dion Lewis (RB36) Amato
86 Mike Gillislee (RB37) Boone
87 Delanie Walker (TE6) Srinivasan
88 Theo Riddick (RB38) Sanderson
89 Jimmy Graham (TE7) McClymont
90 Randall Cobb (WR40) Bottero

Round 9: Team Sanderson’s master plan is now revealed as he selects Riddick, giving him two full backfields (Lions, Panthers). This is an interesting move in today’s NFL where running backs seem to get injured every week, but I’d prefer to diversify my depth in hopes of hitting on multiple players. I’m also not convinced that these four players won’t cannibalize each other on their respective teams… Waiting on QB proves to be the wise move for Team Browne and Team Holroyd, who get Luck and Brees in the ninth round. You’re not going to do much better than that… If there were one team that should have been looking to handcuff a back, it was Team Bottero, who missed out on a chance to pair Hunt with his earlier pick of Ware. I suppose at this point we should just be happy that he’s still making picks, it’s our only sign that he’s surviving in Vegas.

Round 10

Pick Player Owner
91 Kyle Rudolph (TE8) Bottero
92 Russell Wilson (QB6) McClymont
93 Cam Newton (QB7) Sanderson
94 Matt Forte (RB39) Srinivasan
95 Martellus Bennett (TE9) Boone
96 Latavius Murray (RB40) Amato
97 Hunter Henry (TE10) Woods
98 Corey Davis (WR41) Holroyd
99 Eric Decker (WR42) Browne
100 C.J. Prosise (RB41) Wilkins

Round 10: Since we’ve elected to skip defenses and kickers in this mock, the final rounds are a mix of teams taking guys with immense potential and teams filling out their QB and TE positions with late-round values… Rudolph finished as the TE3 in fantasy last year and led all tight ends with 8.3 targets per game. That number increased to 10.6 per game over the final six weeks. He’s a big part of the Vikings’ offense… C.J. Prosise is certainly interesting here, but I’m mostly aiming to get him in PPR leagues.

Round 11

Pick Player Owner
101 Derek Carr (QB8) Wilkins
102 Alvin Kamara (RB42) Browne
103 Corey Coleman (WR43) Holroyd
104 Jameis Winston (QB9) Woods
105 J.J. Nelson (WR44) Amato
106 John Brown (WR45) Boone
107 Kenneth Dixon (RB43) Srinivasan
108 Mike Williams (WR46) Sanderson
109 LeGarrette Blount (RB44) McClymont
110 Cameron Meredith (WR47) Bottero

Round 11: More great value to be had at quarterback in this round. With so many new weapons in Tampa Bay, Winston could be in for a breakout year and Carr was a top-10 QB in 2016, despite missing the final game of the season… If he’s healthy, Brown is going to outproduce his draft slot here… Blount won’t replicate his Patriots success, but he’s more than capable of being a force on early downs and near the goal line in an Eagles offense that’s pointing up.

Round 12

Pick Player Owner
111 Jeremy Maclin (WR48) Bottero
112 Mike Wallace (WR49) McClymont
113 Jeremy Hill (RB45) Sanderson
114 Sterling Stepard (WR50) Srinivasan
115 Marcus Mariota (QB10) Boone
116 Marvin Jones (WR51) Amato
117 Breshad Perriman (WR52) Woods
118 James White (RB46) Holroyd
119 Joe Williams (RB47) Browne
120 Duke Johnson (RB48) Wilkins

Round 12: Both Ravens receivers are interesting in this round. Wallace is a steady veteran who consistently finishes in the top 30, while Perriman is a first-round talent who may be ready to take the next step… Williams is a favorite of the 49ers’ coaching staff and has been talked up as a candidate to unseat current starter Carlos Hyde as early as this season… As this mock comes to a close, we can report that Team Bottero has returned from his Vegas trip with only a couple of bad picks to answer for.

You can view the full rosters for each team here.

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