While the world of sports is still at a standstill, there are signs of light at the end of the tunnel in some sports.

The Georgia High School Association's executive director Robin Hines was quoted as saying he hopes to allow sports activities as soon as June. That would give players time to get in shape for the fall seasons. 

NASCAR looks like they will be the first professional circuit to come back as a race at Darlington has been set for May 17. However, there will be no fans in attendance.

The PGA Tour has the weekend of June 11-14 marked on their calendar as the starting date for resumption of their season. The first tournament will be The Colonial held in Fort Worth, Texas.

The Coastal Plain League, a collegiate summer baseball league, has set July 1 as their projected starting date. Former Indian and current Georgia Bulldog Jack Gowen is scheduled to play again with the Savannah Bananas of that league again this summer.

The National Football League expects to start their season on time and will be releasing their full schedule soon.

Meanwhile, the Jacksonville Jaguars decided not to pick up the 2021 option on running back Leonard Fournette's contract, which will make him an unrestricted free agent following this season.

The National Arena League announced that it is aiming for a mid-June start for their season. The Jacksonville Sharks were scheduled to have their season opener last Saturday.

The NBA has delayed their draft lottery and still hopes to play again this season even if it means possibly delaying the start of the 2021 season to December. However, there have been concerns about the older coaches in the league who may be most vulnerable to COVID-19.

The Baseball Hall of Fame announced the ceremony for the 2020 inductees will be canceled and they will be inducted next summer along with the 2021 class.

The Little League World Series became the latest event to be canceled due to the pandemic. For the first time since its inception 75 years ago, the event will not take place in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.