Lawrence also tweeted separate messages about the upcoming season and why he thinks student-athletes should be able to get to play.
The social media movement comes as the commissioners of the Power 5 conferences reportedly held an emergency meeting Sunday to discuss the possibility of canceling or postponing the season amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Movements have started in the Big Ten and PAC-12 to form some kind of a players' association, but they won't be set up before this year's games are played.
"Just to see the response and support of so many guys who ultimately want the same thing". We want to do it safely.
"People need to understand the carnage and aftermath of what college athletics looks like if we don't play", Frost said.
Despite any uncertainty, however, many college football players expressed their desire to play football this weekend, including Clemson star Qb Trevor Lawrence. And like these players would do in the game, they're doing all they can to change that momentum. I think the idea to say that people don't want college football is insane, everybody wants college football, but how do you get there with the data that's coming in and logistically, how do you try to pull it off? Hopefully it's like that everywhere. "Let's just all make sure that we're covered and we're safe if something happens, because we're risking our health by playing". "It is fully my belief that these guys are safer here than without us". "They know better than anyone else".
"But that's not reality", he said.
"America needs leadership to suppress the virus so kids can go back to school and people can go back to work and hospital ICUs aren't filled and 1,000 Americans don't die every die and our economy isn't wrecked", Jha responded. "It's going to still be here in the spring". Guarantee eligibility whether a player chooses to play the season or not.
The call was needed to show unity because some players felt like they were being "unfairly pitted against each other" after Lawrence released a series of tweets Sunday afternoon in support of having a college football season this fall.