Hour 2 - No Follow Ups

Jason and Harry discuss the biggest issue with Lamar Jackson and the NFL: no follow up questions. Plus, Will Levis struggles at Kentucky's Pro Day and Todd McShay weighs in from Lexington, KY.

Hour 3 - Bryce is Nice

ESPN NFL Draft Analyst Todd McShay joins Fitz and Harry from Bryce Young's pro day to give us his impressions and tell us why it's not a big deal that Young did not weigh in. Plus, we get set for the Sweet 16 with Sean Farnham and the Jets continue to check items off Aaron Rodgers' wish list.

Hour 2: All-NBA

Should Ja Morant be All-NBA? Did the Panthers tip who they’re going to draft? Also, ESPN NFL Reporter Jeff Darlington joins to talk about Lamar Jackson's contract negotiations. Plus, Jay's Roundball Rankings!

Hour 2 - Vanilla Ice

Jason and Harry discuss what has impressed them about Austin Reaves and the Lakers. Plus, why OBJ to the Jets makes a ton of sense and why the Pelicans should trade Zion Williamson.

Hour 1 - Who really owns the pick?

Jason and Harry discuss one very important detail about the Panthers having the #1 pick and why the Jets are checking off items on Aaron Rodgers wish list. ESPN NBA Analyst Kendrick Perkins joins to discuss why the Pelicans should trade Zion Williamson.


ESPN Daily: A New Era in Colorado

The Deion Sanders — aka “Coach Prime” — era is underway at the University of Colorado. And with spring practice beginning, Prime Time has moved from the locker room to the field. His assignment? Revitalize a program in Boulder that has fallen into obscurity since their glory days of the 1990s. All eyes are watching to see how this is going to play out, so ESPN senior college football writer Adam Rittenberg joins the show to tell us what he saw and heard in Boulder. And what we can expect from the first season of Colorado’s Deion Sanders era.

Hour 2 - Harry's Draft Grade

ESPN NFL Draft Analyst Mel Kiper Jr. joins Jason and Harry to tell us what grade he had for Harry leading into the 2008 Draft. Plus, why the Celtics should build around Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum.