It's not exactly fair, but Michigan State defensive end William Gholston enters the 2013 NFL draft with a strike of sorts against his name.
Really, it's against his name.
The 6'7", 275-pound Gholston, who had 59 tackles, 4.5 sacks and a forced fumble as a junior in 2012, is the cousin of Vernon Gholston, who was a titanic bust after being selected sixth overall by the New York Jets in 2008.
However, William Gholston isn't his cousin and has a skill set all his own. Here's a look at how that skill set can help to overcome the stigma of his surname.