He also has a COVID year next season and with Jayson A gone he'd have a chance to be the full-time starter.Respect to Lacey as he always seemed to compete but knock on wood, this seems incredibly short sighted similar to Lawrence Keys. He’s an injury away from starting.
I would guess Mills experiment at SDE didn’t quite work as planned so they plan to use him at DT more is why this came about.
The show goes on. Assuming he'll be able to finish his degree this semester. I'll throw in a CB for Louisville since they're throwing around cash and it's close to home.
I think his chances to start next year were minuscule honestly.He also has a COVID year next season and with Jayson A gone he'd have a chance to be the full-time starter.
I'd love to see Mills' snap count, showing what percentage of his overall snaps came playing on the inside.
Is NaNa good enough to secure a full time starting role in the mold of MTA, Ogundeji, or Kareem? Like he’s a solid rotation player but it seems at the moment he trails all three in both athleticism and size.I think his chances to start next year were minuscule honestly.
With NaNa emerging, there's a very real likelihood that Mills is going to return to 3T fulltime in '23, which is where he plays best. Not to mention, you have Cross, who can play either spot very well. Add in Rubio emerging and Big Kahuna back from injury. Plus you had Vernon and Houstan coming in.
I don't see Lacey's avenue to more PT that much better next year.