In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Maryland linebacker Keandre Jones discussed spending his final college season with the Terps and his hopes to hear his name called in the draft:
Ravens safety Anthony Levine discussed re-signing in Baltimore and binge watching Netflix’s “Tiger King:”
Baylor wide receiver/projected early-round pick Denzel Mims discussed why his game (particularly his dominant blocking) might uniquely make him a fit in Baltimore:
Maryland safety Antoine Brooks discussed the ups and downs of his time with the Terrapins and trying to be “positionless” at the next level:
Towson wide receiver Shane Leatherbury discussed how other recent former Tigers have inspired him as he expects a tough path ahead to the NFL:
Maryland point guard Anthony Cowan Jr. discussed the disappointing way his season (and career) ended, what the Terps could have done in the postseason and whether he would have considered coming back if the NCAA offered another year of eligibility:
Ravens offensive lineman Patrick Mekari discussed Marshal Yanda’s retirement, whether playing guard could be an option for him and re-watching “The Office” during quarantine:
Liberty wide receiver and projected early-round pick Antonio Gandy-Golden discussed why his size and physicality might make him a uniquely good fit for the Ravens:
Defensive lineman Jihad Ward discussed re-signing with the Ravens, what he experienced after coming over last year and the feeling of “unfinished business” the team has:
NFL Network analyst and former NFL GM Charley Casserly talked about why the strange NFL Draft process might ultimately benefit the Ravens and why he has them taking Oklahoma linebacker Kenneth Murray with the 28th pick:
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