With the 3-4 becoming more and more prominent in the NFL, is there any chance we'll start seeing players being molded into "3-4" OLB's earlier on in their careers? Only reason I ask is Michigan State was able to sign Vernon Gholston's five star brother this year (he's coming in this class) and the kid's a beast at 6'7, 237#. The word around campus is he has asked to play OLB for MSU instead of defensive end, because of the NFL. I imagine most of the time he'll be rushing anyways, but if he starts learning coverage abilities now.. Any thoughts about this kind of stuff? Do you guys think we'll start seeing more complete OLB prospects in the upcoming years, knocking out the boom or bust factor on these prospects a bit?