We wanted to do one final Fantasy Football mock draft before the start of Thursday's NFL Draft, even though plenty will change once the rookies have their new homes as professionals. But we didn't expect things to change so quickly thanks to a major trade.

This 12-team, PPR mock draft was done Tuesday afternoon. By Tuesday evening, Rob Gronkowski was not only back in the NFL following a one-year retirement, he was traded to Tampa Bay to join former New England teammate Tom Brady.

We obviously didn't draft Gronkowski in this league. If we had, he likely would have been selected in the Round 9 range. Austin Hooper was the first pick in Round 9 as the No. 9 tight end off the board -- behind Travis Kelce, George Kittle, Mark Andrews, Zach Ertz, Darren Waller, Evan Engram, Tyler Higbee and Hunter Henry

I have Gronkowski ranked at No. 10, and this is where I would have drafted him. He could go earlier, but I wouldn't overvalue Gronkowski now that he's back. Keep in mind that he'll be 31 in May, he has to get back in football shape and he's never shared the field with a talented receiving corps like he has with Chris Godwin and Mike Evans.

Gronkowski also hasn't played 16 games since 2011, and he struggled in 2018 with 47 catches for 682 yards and just three touchdowns. Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians also isn't a big fan of featuring tight ends.

But Gronkowski obviously has a great rapport with Brady, which matters. And maybe the year off helped his body heal and has him ready to go. I'm skeptical, but I'd take a chance on him in Round 9 or later if available.

As for Brady, he was the No. 9 quarterback off the board in Round 9 -- behind Lamar Jackson, Patrick Mahomes, Russell Wilson, Dak Prescott, Deshaun Watson, Kyler Murray, Matt Ryan and Josh Allen. I have Brady ranked No. 8 following the addition of Gronkowski, and I would draft him ahead of Ryan of the guys listed here.

Godwin was drafted at No. 5 overall in this mock draft as the second receiver off the board behind Michael Thomas, which was too soon even before the Gronkowski trade. Godwin is still a borderline first-round pick in all leagues because he'll be the slot receiver for Brady, but he should not be drafted ahead of Ezekiel Elliott, Dalvin Cook, Davante Adams or Julio Jones.  

Evans will see his value take a hit with Gronkowski because of a potential downturn in touchdowns. Evans was drafted in Round 2 here as the No. 7 receiver off the board, but I would draft him in Round 3 now. He should be drafted after guys like D.J. Moore, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Adam Thielen, Kenny Golladay, Amari Cooper and Calvin Ridley.

The next thing we're waiting for with Tampa Bay is a potential trade for O.J. Howard. Hopefully, he gets sent to a team that can highlight his skills and make him a potential starting Fantasy tight end again.

The Buccaneers also could make a big move in the NFL Draft by selecting a running back. Ronald Jones has plenty of potential, but we expect Tampa Bay to provide competition for Jones as the starter in 2020.

I drafted Jones here in Round 7 as my No. 4 running back behind Saquon Barkley, Nick Chubb and Darrell Henderson. If Jones doesn't get significant competition, he could be a steal at this point.

The same goes for Henderson if the Rams don't add a running back in the NFL Draft to help replace Todd Gurley. I took Henderson ahead of Jones in Round 6.

Nyheim Hines and Boston Scott round out my running back corps, and I love this group. It was easy to take Barkley and Chubb with my first two picks, and Hines is one of my favorite sleepers in PPR. I'm excited to see how he does catching passes from Philip Rivers this year.

At receiver, I also took players I'm excited about in Adam Thielen, T.Y. Hilton, A.J. Green, Justin Jefferson, Anthony Miller and Parris Campbell. Thielen gets a boost with Stefon Diggs gone, and Hilton should benefit with Rivers. Green also could be a steal in Round 5 if he's healthy and can quickly establish a rapport with Joe Burrow, and I can't wait to see where Jefferson ends up in the NFL Draft.

I waited on quarterback and tight end and landed Drew Brees in Round 11 and Hayden Hurst in Round 12, and Hurst has breakout potential as the replacement for Hooper in Atlanta. This is one of my favorite teams that I've drafted so far this offseason.

We'll be doing plenty more mock drafts in the next few weeks following the NFL Draft. And it will be fun to see when Gronkowski comes off the board now that he's back in the NFL and reunited with Brady in Tampa Bay.

In this league, all touchdowns are worth six points, and we award one point for every 10 yards rushing and receiving and one point for every 25 yards passing. We also award one point for every reception. We feature a starting lineup of QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, TE, FLEX (RB/WR/TE), K and DST. There also are six reserve spots for a 16-round draft. 

Our draft order is as follows:

1. Ben Schragger, Podcast Producer
2. Jamey Eisenberg, Senior Fantasy Writer
3. Chris Towers, Senior Editor, Fantasy  
4. Ben Gretch, Fantasy Editor
5. George Maselli, Fantasy Editor
6. Tommy Tran, CBS Sports HQ Host
7. Meron Berkson, CBS Sports HQ Producer
8. Andrew Baumhor, CBS Sports HQ Producer
9. Heath Cummings, Senior Fantasy Writer
10. Dave Richard, Senior Fantasy Writer
11. Adam Aizer, Podcast Host  
12. Jack Capotorto, CBS Sports HQ Producer

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