Fantasy Football 2012 Mock Draft Results: 10th Round, Standard Leagues

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Fantasy Football 2012 Mock Draft Results: 10th Round, Standard Leagues
Chuck Cook-US PRESSWIRE
Rashad Jennings

We're in the 10th round, and we still have quality talent going off the board in this 10-team standard league mock draft. One name that will continue to trend up over the next week is Jaguars tailback Rashad Jennings, and we should target him as more of an RB3 at this point, with RB2 upside.

 

91. Alshon Jeffery (ADP 14.01)

If Jeffery continues the work ethic he’s shown this offseason, he’s going to be a terrific pro receiver. Jeffery has great hands and a wide catch radius, and judging by the way he ripped off DeAngelo Hall’s helmet last week, he’s got a mean streak as well.

You don’t want to mess with this big cat, and playing with Jay Cutler provides him a perfect situation. It’s only a matter of time before Jeffery takes over a starting job from Devin Hester, and he’s worth a pick at this point in your draft.

 

92. Robert Griffin III (ADP 9.09)

Griffin will go through his struggles like all rookies do, but he’s at least worth an early QB2 selection. His ability in the running game makes him a potential low-end QB1 in his rookie season.

 

93. Isaac Redman (ADP 8.04)

One of my favorites coming into the preseason, Redman suffered hip ailment after their contest against the Eagles. While Redman isn’t expected to undergo any surgery, the fact that the Steelers activated Rashard Mendenhall is a sign they are concerned about him.

To make matters worse, Redman returned to action Week 3 of the preseason and suffered an ankle injury. Expect the Steelers to lighten his load for the next couple weeks to get him ready against the Broncos.

If he can put in a full week of practice next week, he would be an interesting flex play against a Broncos defense against which he had success in the playoffs.

 

94. Ben Roethlisberger (ADP 11.01)

A backup in 10-team leagues, Roethlisberger should be a respectable option if you need a starter for matchup play or because of injury. If Mike Wallace returns in the next week, it will help Roethlisberger’s value, but it will probably take some time before Wallace is picks up the new offense.

 

95. Kendall Hunter (ADP 13.09)

The 49ers are claiming Brandon Jacobs could be back for Week 1, but don’t expect that to happen. Hunter’s value is on the rise, and he’s worth a look around this part of your draft.

 

96. Andrew Luck (ADP 11.05)

Looking like a poised veteran, Andrew Luck is ready to help fantasy owners and could be a starter by midseason in most leagues. The Colts will likely have to throw the football often, playing from behind in the second half of games.

If Austin Collie can stay on the field, Luck will have two solid starting receivers to go with some talented young tight ends.

 

97. Kenny Britt (ADP 9.02)

Britt is slow to come back from his knee ailments, and we need to stay away until the later rounds. What looked like a promising offseason in the early spring has turned into a nightmare, and I’m not sure Britt will ever mature or stay healthy.

 

98. Mark Ingram (ADP 9.03)

If Darren Sproles' knee problem from training camp flares up and costs him extended time, we could see Ingram hold low-end RB2 value. It could happen, but it’s not likely at this point, and that’s why he’s still a mid-round pick.

 

99. Rashad Jennings (ADP 11.04)

Look for Jennings' ADP to rise in the coming days after the news broke about Maurice Jones-Drew wanting a trade. Who knows if MJD will play in September, but it’s time to be concerned about the veteran and look to Jennings as a top-30 option at his position.

 

100. Denarius Moore (ADP 10.02)

Love Moore’s game, but we need to stay away from him until the late rounds. Moore has had hamstring problems throughout the summer, and it could easily ruin a promising second season.

 

ADP comes courtesy of Fantasy Football Calculator.

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