I use 10# power pro braid quite a bit for walleye fishing. IMO it is a tad bit on the light side for dropshotting, or any bass fishing for that matter. I would up it to 15#, but no higher. 15# seems to be the best all around finesse line. You could use it for shakey heads or weightless plastics as well. I would not use 10# for anything but very light drop shotting around NO cover. One nick and the line is pretty much done, its is very thin. But if you take your time fighting the fish and use a very light rod, 10# will work.
Now all fluoro or not? That would depend on how you plan to fish this rod. Do you plan to make long casts or fish deep water? If so I’d say braid all the way. If you plan to make short casts or fish fairly shallow water you can most certainly go straight 8# fluoro. I just dont like fluoro for long casts or fishing far away from the boat because it tends to curl up quite a bit and just makes things difficult. Your call though.