List of Those Interviewed for the 
Len Bias Legacy Podcast Series:

  • Scott Van Pelt - ESPN Broadcaster and Univ. of Maryland graduate

  • Jay Bilas - former Duke All-American, and ESPN Basketball Analyst

  • Eric Sterling - author of 1986 Anti-Drug Abuse Act, Founder of FAMM

  • Gary Williams - former Maryland basketball coach

  • Chris Washburn - former N.C. State star, 3rd pick in the 1986 NBA draft  

  • Sue Tyler - former Maryland Ass. Athletic Director

  • Ed Woods - Terps walk-on when Len played at Maryland and athletics program supporter. 

  • Ed Tapscott - Former American University Coach/NBA Executive

  • Mike Sumner -  Barnstorming Tour Founder

  • Derrick Lewis - Len's Maryland teammate

  • Jeffrey Harding - Brian Tribble trial prosecutor

  • Brian Strauss - journalist impacted by Len's death

  • Franklin Ross - former AU star who played against Len in high school.

  • Johnny Dawkins -  1986 College POY at Duke, played against Len

  • Johnny Holliday - legendary Terps broadcaster

  • Bob Geoghan - first to induct Len into a basketball hall of fame

  • Bob Nelligan -  former longtime Maryland gymnastics coach

  • Brett Nelligan - Maryland gymnastics coach

  • Aziz Ra'oof - Maryland football player, 1983-87

  • Tom O'Neill - Jr, son of former U.S. House Speaker Tip O'Neill

  • Tom Cash - DEA agent in the 1980s

  • Pat Williams -  former Sixers GM and Orlando Magic founder

  • Steve Bulpett - NBA writer for the Boston Herald, 1985 to 2019

  • Mollie Glassman -  Terps beat writer for the Baltimore Sun when Len played

  • Jan Volk - Celtics GM when Len was drafted

  • Bill Goodman - Terps track coach when Len died

  • Bob Ryan - Boston Globe columnist when Len died

  • Frank Costello - Maryland Strength Coach in the 1980s. 

  • Lefty Driesell -  Len's college coach 

  • Keith Booth, Maryland All-American, basketball 

  • Dr. Robert DuPont, U.S. Drug Czar, 1980s. 

  • Derrick Curry, high school teammate of Jay Bias and friend of Len Bias

  • Clint Venable, high school teammate of Jay Bias and friend of Len Bias

  • Myriam Leger, friend of Bias in college

  • Charles Payne - childhood friend of David Gregg

  • Rich Walker - David Gregg’s coach at FIU

  • Len Elmore - former Terps All-American hooper, member of task force after Len died

  • Mike Morrison - lifelong friend of David Gregg

  • Dorothy Gaines - victim of the 1986 Anti-Drug Abuse Act

  • Karen Garrison - sons are victims of the 1986 Anti-Drug Abuse Act

  • Joanne Bourzakian Ouellette - Reebok marketing associate who spent a day with Len in Boston the day before he died

  • Michael Weinreb - author of a story about Len’s legacy for ESPN Magazine

  • Mike Locksley - Terps football coach who grew up in DC a Len Bias fan.

  • JJ Bush - Terps athletic trainer from 1972 to 2012

  • Michael Collier - former U of MD Find Arts Professor, reading Stan Plumley’s foreword and his poem on Len.

  • Kevin Ring - Executive Director, Families Against Mandatory Minimums

  • Bob Wagner - Len's high school coach *

  • Brian Tribble - friend of Len Bias *

  • Johnnie Walker - mentor to Len Bias *

  • Kemba Smith - victim of 1986 Anti-Drug Abuse Act.

  • Brian Waller - childhood friend of Len Bias *

  • Tina Maynard - mother to Len's son. *

  • Michael Bias - Len's son. *

  • Dave Dickerson - Len's Maryland teammate *

  • Jeff Baxter, Len's Maryland teammate *

  • Keith Gatlin - Len's Maryland teammate *

  • Dick Dull - Maryland Athletic Director when Len died. *

  • John Brown - owner, Bentley's Restaurant *

  • Reginald Dwayne Betts - author, poet and criminal justice advocate

  • Kevin Henderson - CEO, College Basketball Experience and National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame

  • Russ Potts - former marketing director, University of Maryland athletics

  • Dave Fields, Len Bias fan, Maryland graduate and son of Tom Fields, former Maryland athletics fundraiser. 

  • NOTE - Those listed with * were interviewed for the book, Born Ready: The Mixed Legacy of Len Bias