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Jackson created the Hardwood Homies NBA Draft Podcast in April 2017, and has been podcasting and writing about the NBA draft since. A Lawrence, Kansas native, Jackson loves watching his Jayhawks and is also a (tortured) New Orleans Pelicans fan.

Episode 9 – Mock Draft Part 1: Picks 1-15

Cesar and Jackson begin their mock draft series with their projections for the first 15 picks and provide an in-depth discussion on each player and team fit.

NBA Draft Big Board 1.0

With the 2017 NBA Draft now less than one month away, Jackson Hoy debuts the first version of his Big Board featuring the top 60 prospects.

Episode 8 – Withdrawal Deadline and Debunking 2017 Draft Myths

Hosts Jackson Hoy and Cesar Smokowski recap key decisions from the withdrawal deadline, breaking down who stayed in the draft and who pulled out.

Episode 7 – Breaking Down Jackson’s Big Board

Cesar asks Jackson about his prospect rankings in his newly released 2017 NBA Draft Notebook. They go in-depth on numerous prospects.

Episode 6 – NBA Draft Combine Breakdown

Jackson and Cesar recap the NBA Draft Combine, discussing news, guys rising up draft boards, falling down boards, and other developments out of the NBA's annual scouting event.

Episode 5 – NBA Draft Lottery Reaction

Jackson and Cesar discuss the results of the NBA draft lottery - from what the Celtics will do at #1, to what the Heat could be thinking at #14.

Episode 4 – Kevin Knox to Kentucky, Early Combine News, Fits in Picks 8-14

Hardwood Homies NBA Draft Podcast Episode 4 - Kevin Knox to Kentucky, Early Combine News, Fits in Picks 8-14

Hardwood Homies NBA Draft Podcast Episode 3 – Combine Invite List and Fits in the Top 7

In this episode, Jackson and Cesar discuss the combine invite list. Then they go through the top 7 teams in the lottery and discuss fits for each of them.

Hardwood Homies NBA Draft Podcast Episode 2 – 2nd Round Gems

Jackson and Cesar discuss their favorite sleeper picks out of the guys that are projected to be 2nd round picks or undrafted.