Sunday Morning Bloody Mary: Shrine Game links to click

It's hard to really gauge anything in college football all-star games. As such, you can't really take a whole lot away from Saturday's East-West Shrine Game.

Teams couldn't blitz, had to run a 4-3 and be in either a cover-1 or cover-3 secondary. It's about as bland as bland can be.

Still, a couple players shined and a bunch of draftniks wrote about it. Find each after the jump.

As anticipated, Syracuse running back Delone Carter had a good game with 54 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries. He also had a reception. Carter's first carry, a 16-yard touchdown run showed his solid burst to the outside.

North Carolina defensive tackle Marvin Austin may not have had his name called, but he was a factor for the East side. For someone who hasn't played football in more than a year, he was in surprisingly good shape and forced multiple blockers a few times.

Idaho's Shiloh Keo likely earned himself a roster spot as a special teams player and backup strong safety.

NFL Draft Bible - Scout's notebook
Everything you ever wanted to know about this year's Shrine Game in one immense post.

CBS Sports - Rob Rang has players who helped their draft stock

NEPatriotsDraft.com - Game analysis
A few players who could fit with the Patriots, including Rice's Cheta Ozougwu.

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