Report: Georgia's A.J. Green, Justin Houston, Brandon Boykin declaring Friday

AUBURN AL - NOVEMBER 13: Quarterback Cameron Newton #2 of the Auburn Tigers breaks a tackle by Justin Houston #42 of the Georgia Bulldogs at Jordan-Hare Stadium on November 13 2010 in Auburn Alabama. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

According to former player Kelin Johnson, Georgia's A.J. Green, Justin Houston and Brandon Boykin will announce on Friday that they're entering the 2011 NFL Draft.

Green is a lock to go in the first round. As mentioned earlier, Green could even be picked first overall.  He finished the year with 57 receptions for 848 yards and nine touchdowns despite missing the first four games of the season.

Houston should go in the first round as long as he works out well. It can be argued that Houston is the best 3-4 outside linebacker in this draft.  As a junior, Houston had 10 sacks and 18.5 tackles for loss. He also had an impressive 42 quarterback hurries.

Boykin should top out as a second-round pick. He had three interceptions and three pass breakups in 2010. He also had 6.5 tackles for loss, an impressive number for a cornerback.

Johnson, a former Bulldogs safety, describes himself as a "media commentator and analyst for college football." I don't know what that is either.

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