So the fall ball roster does not have to be cut down for the spring roster. so there won't be the "fun" of studying the fall roster and trying to figure out who might get cut and who might make the team. Still, there would still be the possibility of players leaving a team during or after fall ball after figuring out their place in the totem pole, so to speak.
The NCAA Division I Committee for Legislative Relief approved some relief measures for college baseball that focuses on roster and scholarship management.d1baseball.com
From the above story:
>The two things to watch moving forward are the 32 counters and 25% scholarship minimum. The unlimited roster makes sense right now because we’re in unprecedented times. Some programs will have a load of seniors and juniors coming back, while also welcoming more freshmen than usual because of the limited, five-round MLB draft. There’s just no way for some programs to stay at a 35-man roster in 2021. The unlimited roster will certainly go back to normal in the fall of 2021. However, sources tell us that there’s momentum for permanently keeping the 32-player counters and getting rid of the 25% scholarship minimum moving forward after 2021. The ability to spread the wealth, so to speak, to 32 different players would be a win for college baseball. Stay tuned on both of those.<