Also:– 5 reasons not to draft Saquon Barkley– Colin’s 10 Most Dominant Athletes of the Last 20 yearsGuests:Chris Broussard – FS1 NBA Analyst is in-studio discussing Westbrook’s bad 4th quarter decision making; why Kyrie’s knee injury is more serious than people are admitting.Matt Leinart – Fox College Football Analyst joins the show from the USC Pro Day on how it’s less of a circus than his USC Pro Day; if Darnold can do anything to make his stock drop; and why he thinks Baker Mayfield will succeed in the NFL.Rob Parker – FS1 Analyst joins the show to explain why he disagrees with ESPN’s ridiculous Dominant Athlete list.Joel Klatt – Fox Sports College Football Analyst joins the show from USC Pro Day to explain why Sam Darnold’s impressive performance in the rain locked up the #1 pick. Kyrie is wearing down without LeBron to lean onKyrie Irving left LeBron to be the man in Boston, but as the playoffs approach, he’s sidelined with a knee injury and has struggled recently when he has been on the floor.Colin thinks understands Kyrie’s desire to be the focal point of the franchise, but as he fades down the stretch it’s clear that life is a lot harder without LeBron to lean on. Heavy is the head that wears the crown, unless you’re the King. Saquon Barkley is more Reggie Bush than Ezekiel ElliottLeading up to this year’s NFL Draft, the top quarterbacks have been picked apart by scouts to the point where no one believes any of them is a sure thing. Penn State running back Saquon Barkley, however, has been the darling of the draft process and regularly referred to as the only ‘can’t miss’ skill position player at the top of the first round.Colin pointed out that Barkley may not be the guaranteed home run people thinks and looks more like a situational home run hitter like Reggie Bush than a 30-carry a game NFL workhorse like Ezekiel Elliott.