Sunday Morning Bloody Mary: Draft links to click

Atlanta Journal Constitution - Multiple UGA players looking at NFL draft
Georgia juniors A.J. Green, Justin Houston, Brandon Boykin, Trinton Sturdivant, Cordy Glenn and Blair Walsh met with Falcons president Rich McKay to discuss entering the draft. Apparently that's not against the NCAA's hardcore rules, but whatever. Of those, I expect Green, Houston and Boykin to go pro. Sturdivant, who is finally back from multiple injuries, could really help himself next season and possibly become a first-round pick. Glenn is a guard and Blair is a kicker, so don't expect either in the 2011 NFL Draft.

Washington Post - Williams, Evans to be evaluated for draft
Virginia Tech running backs Ryan Williams and Darren Evans ahve both filed paperwork to the NFL Draft advisory committee to get advice on going pro. Hokies running backs coach Billy Hite to the Post that doesn't think both will come back. Of the two, expect Evans to go pro. He has a family to support and is near graduation.

CBS Sports - FCS seniors get spotlight with Scout Bowl
Did you know there was something called the Scout Bowl going on this past week? Me either. Get some practice details from Chad Reuter.

CBS Sports - Underrated prospects prove worth in FCS playoffs
Rob Rang takes a look at some FCS players who shined in this weekend's playoff games. Really good read.

Dallas Morning News - If we redid the 2010 NFL Draft
Rick Gosselin does a re-mock of this year's draft. I mostly hate these, but if you haven't seen it, hit the link.

Arizona Republic - Time to circle the Cardinals' top QB possibilities
Three of this year's top quarterback prospects will have come through the state of Arizona this season.

Draft Ace - Why I wouldn't draft Cam Newton
Title says it all.


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