It’s likely that there aren’t any active players in college football that have more to look forward to as a professional player than Trevor Lawrence. He still doesn’t want to give up another year with Clemson.
The Tigers quartet posted a tweet on Saturday that thousands of players might agree with:
I don’t know about you, but we want to play.
– Trevor Lawrence (@Trevorlawrencee) August 8, 2020
ESPN: “data-reacttid =” 24 “> The tweet recalls what Lawrence told reporters on Friday after training, via ESPN:
“Everyone thinks about it, but since I made the decision to play, I haven’t thought about it,” Lawrence said. “I’ve pledged. It’s my last year here … and I’m very pumped.”
try to promote conferences into safe practices in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. “data-reacttid =” 27 “> Lawrence is set to enter this season as a favorite at the Heisman Trophy and potentially the No. 1 pick on the 2021 draft NFL, a spot has been marked for him since he hosted the College Rugby Round in 2019. His statement reflects popular sentiment among college football players, even as they try to push the workshops into safe operations in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.
while the fate of the season hangs in balance: “data-reacttid =” 28 “> Many other college football players, including England’s biggest rival Heisman and Lawrence’s top pick, have made similar statements while the fate of the season still in balance:
Justin Fields said he never thought of opting out of the 2020 college football season. Said he has always been a competitor and is looking forward to the season.
– Dave Biddle (@davebiddle) August 4, 2020
Even the players who threatened to boycott the season because of certain safety requirements wanted to play, they just wanted to play safely.
Of course, college players’ desire to play is not the most important factor here. It is coronavirus. It has always been a coronavirus, and until now universities have struggled to figure out how to address the risk of a seasonal outbreak.
saw 37 cases of COVID-19 at a time. Although the medical risks of coronavirus lessen for younger, fit athletes, this risk is not zero and the possibility of another viral infection makes it possible to host a season in the middle of a pandemic. is a matter of concern. “Data-Reatid =” 35 “> Lawrence’s own Clemson program saw 37 cases of COVID-19 at a time, although the medical risks of coronavirus were reduced for younger athletes. more, in stature, but this risk is not zero and the possibility of another viral infection will hold a questionable season amid a pandemic.