Since it all depends on how one defines Evolution, I'm not sure it really matters.
A unifying element shared by Evolution and Abiogenesis is the fundamental principle of Natural Selection.
Chemical structures, and physical structures, that are more robust last longer than those that are not. If spherical formations weren't more resistant to the travails of the environment, then they would not have persisted long enough for additional steps to have the time to occur.
But, on the other side of the coin, BioLogos supporters would hardly be surprised if God added the spark of life to dead matter.
And yet, from another viewpoint, are Viruses alive? Even if they are not, we can still speak intelligently about the evolution of a virus population/strain.