Rookie Fantasy Bracket: Final Results

The rookie fantasy bracket is complete. If you've missed out on this series of posts, here's the summation. I put together an NCAA style bracket with the top 32 rookies selected in the draft at fantasy point scoring positions; so quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends. The idea was to find which rookie our readers think will score the most fantasy points in his rookie season. It was a long tournament, spanning over a couple of months, but we've finally come down to a result.

The final saw a match up between the number one overall pick, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and Trent Richardson, the running back selected third overall by the Cleveland Browns. With 56% of the vote (71 votes) Luck reigned victorious over Richardson, who managed 44% (54 votes). Congratulations Andrew Luck, the Mocking the Draft readers believe you will score the most fantasy points as a rookie. Here is a look at the final bracket, to see how exactly things turned out.

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So there you have it. If you play fantasy football, and you're looking into picking up a rookie, Andrew Luck should be your first choice, at least according to our readers. Thanks to everyone who took part and voted.

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