Sunday Morning Bloody Mary: Draft links to click

A few draft declarations have been overlooked the last couple days, mostly because I was unable to get on the site yesterday. Here are links to the declarations and some other draft links to check out today.

- Robert Sands | S | West Virginia - ESPN
- John Clay | RB | Wisconsin - ESPN
- Tom Keiser | DE/OLB | Stanford - Stanford Daily

- Comment: None of these guys are first-round picks, obviously. Sands has the most upside but is a bit stiff and big-bodied for safety. Clay, as he showed in Wisconsin's bowl, doesn't have any speed. Keiser is very intriguing as a 3-4 outside linebacker. He's one to watch at the Combine.

Atlanta Journal Constitution - Sturdivant returning for senior season
The Georgia left tackle is returning for his senior season, and it's a good move. Sturdivant showed flashes of his past potential this season and could develop into a first-round pick for 2012.

 

Boston Globe - Rare case of Luck
The headline may be tiresome, but Bob Ryan says some nice things about Stanford's Andrew Luck.

Atlanta Journal Constitution - Green could be No. 1 pick
Jeff Schultz takes a look at A.J. Green and how he could be the first pick in the draft.

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