Still haven't seen details but I imagine if it structured like reported it would look something like this.
2021: $1m base, $4.2m signing bonus,
2022: $4.2m signing bonus(voidable year, dead cap)
Maybe a little smaller signing bonus, but I would think if you were going to go that route you would maximize the 2021 cap savings. This does it based on $9.4m reported contract.
Saves us money this year for extensions
One comment that I liked hearing from Ballard this week was that Strachan was less raw than one would expect coming from a small school.
He also said Patmon has major upside playing outside the numbers.
I still think only one of the two above makes the 53. And I think I'm leading more an more toward Strachan as I think he can flex inside and outside, and simply plays bigger.