In a 12 team redraft start 2,2,1,1,1 it is perfectly reasonable to select Gonzo in the middle of the third. If you're planning for your draft and picking in the middle of the third, lets assume 3.6 (or 30 overall), you have to make the following assumptions based on antsports ADP:1) Moss, TO, Harrison, Holt, CJ, and Walker will all be gone2) Manning, C-Pep, Mcnabb will be gone3) 20 RBs will be goneLet's say you went RB/RB in rounds 1 and 2. Your choices are WR(Horn, AJ, Wayne, Ward, D-Jax), TE (Gonzo), RB21, or QB4. If you go Gonzo in round 3 your choices in round 4 for WR are Burleson, S. Smith, Clayton, Bennett. Not that much of a dropoff IMO, considering you are getting a proven stud in Gonzo.For kicks lets look at last years top 14 WR and what round they were selected:1) Muhammed - 92) TO - 23) Harrison - 24) Horn - 55) Walker - 56) Bennett - 157) Holt - 28) Wayne - 89) Moss - 110) Johnson - 211)Stokely - FA12) Driver - 1113) Burleson - 1414) Kennison - 10Do this same analysis for previous years and you'll find these results are not unusual.A couple of point:1) The only top 14 WRs selected in the first 4 rounds were TO, Harrison, Holt, Moss, and CJ.2) 7 of the top 14 WRs were selected in rounds 8 or later. You need luck in this game as well as skill. If you cant get a true stud QB or WR in the third (they are IMO: TO, Moss, Harrison, Holt, CJ), and the top 20 RBs are already gone, why not wait on WR and get a true stud TE like Gonzo in the third?