The NCAA already gave athletes in Spring sports, that were cancelled, an extra year of eligibility. I would assume they would do the same for Fall sports, however, like others have said that will probably be the least of our worries if this is still going on. Also, it would probably be devastating financially for many college programs.
It is interesting for the Spring sports how it will effect recruiting. Many of the incoming freshmen picked the school they picked based on the assumption that other players would be leaving, thereby giving them a better chance to play early. What about roster limits and the amount of scholarships that a school can give? Some incoming freshmen may end up without a scholarship that they were counting on.
I will shy away from putting a prediction on the numbers. With that said I just hope we can get sacks and pressures on the opposing QB at opportune times.
That will help all of out D backs no doubt. Plus adding a few more turnovers as well.
With Rivers and this offensive line I look for more ball control. The other team can't score without the ball.
I think he’d take a defensive position that isn’t a “need” before he takes a RB. Say you can get Kmet at 44. I think at 34 he’d take a Jeremy Chinn over let’s say Johnathan Taylor.
Im basing most of that over the fact that we’ve never seen Ballard take a RB in the first 3 rounds. The highest I think a RB was drafted when he was with KC or Chicago might have been Hunt in the 3rd.