During the recruiting process, he wasn't promised he could play linebacker, he wasn't promised the No.1 jersey. But Coach D did say something about tight end. And Big Will hasn't forgotten.
"My motor would never stop if I had the chance to play offense," Gholston said. "But I like hitting people; I don't like getting hit.
"Coach D, when I was being recruited, he did say I could play some tight end. I may have to bring that up."
Maybe Saturday night, the 6-7 275-pound defensive end can bring it up over a steak dinner.
See where Gholston thinks he may be drafted in Wednesday's Spring Game draft and hear why Gholston thinks 10 downs on offense would be 'the best 10 plays of his college career' in this week's SPRING SPOTLIGHT.