Westbrook falls into second round in latest one-man mock draft

The NFL Draft is in the rearview mirror and most of the big free-agent names signed to new contracts, so we now have a much better idea of what fantasy player values will look like when training camps open this summer. We can also see how these moves will impact the first three rounds of fantasy football drafts heading into next season.

As always, each numbered position represents an individual fantasy team, so no more than one quarterback, two running backs or two wide receivers will be selected for each roster. The draft is based on NFL.com's standard scoring system, rewarding one point for each 25 passing yards, 10 rushing and receiving yards and six points for touchdowns.

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

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