Hello BigSoccer Family! It's been a VERY long time since I have lurked or posted around here. Back again because....I have been feeling pretty strongly about this...I noticed that during the 3rd and 4th rounds of the recent 2020 MLS Super Draft that many teams passed on picking up players and I read posts where people were saying that the college game is not meaningful to MLS anymore. My proposal: Make college players play a full 90 minutes which would go a long way towards improving the quality of the player coming out of the College system. (I know it might take some time) I know what folks are going to say..."but the NCAA will never go for that because of the number of games played in a season and in a week." My response: Not every player needs to play every game. Institute a rule that a player can't start a game more than once every 7 days and definitely implement FIFA substitution rules. This would lead to better developed players coming out of the college game. It would force coaches to focus on technical ability and stamina of their players. So if the NCAA won't go for it....*RING*...*RING*...NAIA are you listening?, you can sell this to potential recruits that they will get better Soccer player development at NAIA schools. In my mind, the NAIA schools would get a huge advantage if they were the first to implement this, and it would eventually force the NCAA's hand once they start to lose prize recruits to NAIA schools. thoughts? Spread the word.