First of all, him and most of the Ohio State defense looked like they were in a disappearing act, rather than showing why they should be top picks in 2008. Second of all, according to Gholston's own report, the committee he consulted, projected him as a second round pick. "It's time to take care of my family. It's time to let my teammates shine," Gholston said. "They say I'm a second-rounder. But what I bring is versatility. At 265 pounds I can add or lose weight. I can be a rush end and a linebacker. One thing I've never had a problem doing is beating blockers. http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/draft08/news/story?id=3192411 Draftking.com doesn't even have Gholston going until the 13th pick in their mock draft. http://www.draftking.com/nfl/2008/mockdraft.shtml Gholston seems to be a talented pass rusher, but his numbers aren't as good as some of the top rushers in past drafts. Is it too early to take Gholston at #7? My take so far is that Gholston is flying a little bit under the radar much like Ty Warren was the year he came out. The Pats should be able to trade down in the 10-12 range and still pick him up if they do want him.