Fantasy Football Draft Simulator
Practice for your draft with fast mocks against realistic opponents.
Key Features (Read our full FAQ here)
Complete mock drafts in minutes with no waiting between picks.
Mock with custom settings including keepers, scoring rules & roster positions.
Quickly test different draft strategies to see what works best.
Get an instant grade and analysis at the end of your mock draft.
Support for auction mocks in addition to snake, linear and custom draft orders.
What are fantasy football mock drafts?
Mock drafts are a fun way to practice in advance of a fantasy draft. They can be helpful for gauging where players will be taken and for testing different strategies. While a typical mock draft can take over an hour to complete, the FantasyPros Draft Simulator allows you to complete mock drafts in a matter of minutes.
What is the Draft Simulator?
Our fantasy football Draft Simulator is an efficient way to practice for your draft. It’s similar to doing a live mock draft except that you’re drafting against our computer algorithm (which uses a random selection of expert cheat sheets and ADP sources). Supported mock draft formats include snake, linear, 3rd round reversal, custom draft orders, and auctions.
Who are my opponents?
FantasyPros has the largest database of fantasy football expert rankings and ADP data on the web. We randomly select these cheat sheets as your opponents in the draft. You can even decide to draft against only ADP sources, Experts or specific Pre-Draft Rankings. It’s important to note that we don’t simply grab the top available player on the opponent’s cheat sheet. Instead, we use a pick algorithm that takes into account player rankings, team needs, and other important factors. We do this to create realistic mock draft results.
Can I change the picks the simulator makes for my opponents?
Yes, PRO, MVP and HOF members have the ability to adjust picks that are made throughout the mock draft simulation. Choosing this option will revert the selected picks and let you redo the draft from that particular round. This comes in handy for testing out how different selections can impact your fantasy football draft. It's also helpful if you know certain opponents will draft specific players. This can help produce more realistic mock drafts that are tailored to your league.