Same as ever. Who makes the backend of the starting rotation and longman roles. I would assume the organization already has a plan and they will go with the plan unless there is an injury. They should already know what these guys are capable of.
If Chris Davis unfortunately incurs a dreaded ST injury, would we do a 9th reliever?
If we see anything we like in Sceroler and T. Wells, they are easy holds over Lakins/Sulser for me. But last year we were excited about the pair of Rule 5 picks and Elias ended up on, "We're good". If Davis healthy, Holt might have to pick between M. Harvey or Lopez for his last guy.
Reliever 9/10/11/12, just so long as there are options, they are ALL on the team.
Hill for LSU made it 6 innings last night to get his Junior Year workload up to 2 starts and 10 innings (same as Freshman Year), allowing 1 hit to Youngstown State with a 4/0 K/BB ratio.
That gets his entire NCAA career up to 31.2 innings, with just 11 hits allowed. Two more non-conference Friday nights before SEC league play starts (no offense to upcoming Oral Roberts and UTSA).
Nothing about him individually in Ben's Twitter yet though I did learn there just now he calls some of the games for SEC Network.