With all the NIL talk, I was thinking – should this change how coaches use their red shirts for programs like Minnesota? I think the general idea for the RS is that the player has more upside in Year 5 than in Year 1, so you sit the player so that they can mature and give their greatest contribution later. What I don’t know is – will coach RS a talent that is on par with the current roster depth? This is interesting to me because with NIL, a player that greatly overachieves is now probably more likely to chase NIL dollars at bigger schools given no transfer restrictions so that you actually don’t benefit from ‘Year 5’ (or even 3 or 4). So, can you make the argument that you should not RS any players in the current age? Also, could you turn this into a positive point? Tell all incoming players they can earn their way onto the field in year 1. If they can earn an NIL deal somewhere else, the U will fully support them but this comes with the risk that transferring hurts their pro prospects by changing systems, etc.