2024 Fantasy Football Rookie Rankings (Dynasty)

Marvin Harrison Jr.

Updated: May 8, 2024

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2024 Fantasy Football Rookie Rankings: Dynasty

Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Cardinals

Marvin Harrison Jr. compares to CeeDee Lamb. He’ll be a great fantasy receiver for years to come, especially in the future when he’s paired with a quarterback who doesn’t run as much.

Malik Nabers, WR, Giants

Daniel Jones has never had a No. 1 receiver, so Malik Nabers will greatly out-produce every receiver Jones has ever had at his disposal. Nabers figures to post big numbers, even as a rookie.

Caleb Williams, QB, Bears

Has any other No. 1 overall pick possessed the sort of incredible supporting cast Caleb Williams will be surrounded with in his rookie year? D.J. Moore, Keenan Allen, Rome Odunze, and Cole Kmet will help Williams elude many of the growing pains associated with being a rookie quarterback.

Jayden Daniels, QB, Redskins

Jayden Daniels doesn’t have the same sort of supporting cast Caleb Williams possesses in Chicago, but his rushing ability makes him an excellent fantasy option as a rookie.

Rome Odunze, WR, Bears

Rome Odunze is a talented receiver, but landed in a bad short-term situation because he’ll be in a very crowded Bears receiving room.

Brock Bowers, TE, Raiders

Brock Bowers has a special skill set for a tight end. Gardner Minshew, with his limited arm strength, will make great use of the rookie tight end.

Xavier Worthy, WR, Chiefs

Xavier Worthy will provide Patrick Mahomes with a very speedy, downfield threat. There’s great potential here, but Worthy could take some time to develop.

Keon Coleman, WR, Bills

Keon Coleman will have a chance to be a big producer right away in Buffalo’s offense. Despite being a second-round pick, he should be ranked highly.

Ladd McConkey, WR, Chargers

Ladd McConkey will be given an opportunity to be a big producer with Justin Herbert as Keenan Allen’s replacement.

Jonathon Brooks, RB, Panthers

Jonathon Brooks is a talented running back, but he’s coming off a torn ACL, so he’s not a recommended option in 2024. He has great long-term upside, however.

Drake Maye, QB, Patriots

Drake Maye has high long-term upside as both a passer and a runner, but he’s a bit raw at the moment and doesn’t have a very good supporting cast.

Brian Thomas, WR, Jaguars

Brian Thomas is a raw receiver, but has high upside. He’ll have to battle lots of players for targets and snaps right away.

Ricky Pearsall, WR, 49ers

Ricky Pearsall will need one of Deebo Samuel or Brandon Aiyuk to be traded in order to be relevant this year. There’s major long-term potential here, obviously.

Trey Benson, RB, Cardinals

Trey Benson is a talented back who could have a chance to have a big workload in 2024 if James Conner gets hurt.

Roman Wilson, WR, Steelers

Could Roman Wilson be the next Steelers second-day receiver to be a great producer? Wilson will have an opportunity as a rookie with Diontae Johnson gone.

Adonai Mitchell, WR, Colts

Adonai Mitchell slipped in the draft because of off-the-field concerns. It’s not ideal that his quarterback is a run-first player.

Jaylen Wright, RB, Dolphins

Miami traded next year’s third-round pick for Jaylen Wright. The explosive back will be stuck in a crowded depth chart to start his career, but given what Miami traded, the coaching staff figures to have big plans for him.

Blake Corum, RB, Rams

It’s a shame that Blake Corum will be irrelevant unless Kyren Williams gets injured. If last year was any indication, however, Corum will have some opportunities when Williams is hurt.

Xavier Legette, WR, Panthers

Xavier Legette is a talented receiver, but he’s in a bad quarterbacking situation in Carolina.

Ja’Lynn Polk, WR, Patriots

Ja’Lynn Polk won’t be playing in an exciting offense, but he’ll see tons of usage as one of the few talented threats on the team.

Malachi Corley, WR, Jets

Malachi Corley compares favorably to Deebo Samuel. His upside is high with Aaron Rodgers being his quarterback.

Jermaine Burton, WR, Bengals

Jermaine Burton will have a chance to be productive as a rookie if Tee Higgins is traded.

Ray Davis, RB, Bills

There isn’t much behind James Cook on Buffalo’s roster, so he’ll have opportunities as a rookie to complement Cook.

Troy Franklin, WR, Broncos

There’s some chatter about Courtland Sutton being traded. Jerry Jeudy is gone, so if Sutton leaves, Troy Franklin will have a great chance to contribute early in his career.

Devontez Walker, WR, Ravens

Devontez Walker will be replacing Odell Beckham Jr. He’s just a fourth-round rookie, but given the lack of receiving depth on the roster, Walker could see playing time immediately.

Tyrone Tracy, RB, Giants

Tyrone Tracy may become the starting running back for the Giants this season, given the lack of talent at the position.

J.J. McCarthy, QB, Vikings

J.J. McCarthy has two great receivers at his disposal, but has low upside, much like Mac Jones.

Bo Nix, QB, Broncos

Bo Nix looks to be the next Christian Ponder or Blaine Gabbert, i.e., a second-round quarterback prospect pushed to the first round because of a team being desperate for a quarterback.

Javon Baker, WR, Patriots

Javon Baker is just a fourth-round rookie, but given the lack of receiving weapons on New England’s roster, he could see significant snaps right away.

Michael Penix Jr., QB, Falcons

MarShawn Lloyd, RB, Packers

Audric Estime, RB, Broncos

Bucky Irving, RB, Buccaneers

Will Shipley, RB, Eagles

Kimani Vidal, RB, Chargers

Dylan Laube, RB, Raiders

Jawhar Jordan, RB, Texans

Jalen McMillan, WR, Buccaneers

Luke McCaffrey, WR, Redskins

Malik Washington, WR, Dolphins

Jared Wiley, TE, Chiefs

Ben Sinnott, TE, Redskins

Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, Panthers

Theo Johnson, TE, Giants

Erick All, TE, Bengals

Tanner McLachlan, TE, Bengals

Jordan Whittington, WR, Rams

Ryan Flournoy, WR, Cowboys

Isaac Guerendo, RB, 49ers

Braelon Allen, RB, Jets

Rasheen Ali, RB, Ravens

Keilan Robinson, RB, Jaguars

Isaiah Davis, RB, Jets

Jase McClellan, RB, Falcons

Jacob Cowing, WR, 49ers

Ainias Smith, WR, Eagles

Bub Means, WR, Saints

Jamari Thrash, WR, Browns

Brenden Rice, WR, Chargers

Jha’Quan Jackson, WR, Titans

Casey Washington, WR, Falcons

Johnny Wilson, WR, Eagles

Tejhaun Palmer, WR, Cardinals

Devaughn Vele, WR, Broncos

Tahj Washington, WR, Dolphins

Cornelius Johnson, WR, Chargers

A.J. Barner, TE, Seahawks

Spencer Rattler, QB, Saints

Tip Reiman, TE, Cardinals

Cade Stover, TE, Texans

Jaheim Bell, TE, Patriots

Devin Culp, TE, Buccaneers

Joe Milton, QB, Patriots

Devin Leary, QB, Ravens

Michael Pratt, QB, Packers