In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

Gonzaga QB Caleb Williams — the top ranked dual threat quarterback in the Class of 2021 — joined GCR to discuss Maryland making his final five schools (along with Oklahoma, LSU, Clemson and Penn State):

KOA (Denver) radio host and former Broncos linebacker Alfred Williams discussed what Derek Wolfe will bring to the Ravens:

Ravens linebacker Chris Board discussed the potential opportunity in front of him to be more involved defensively next year after the departures of Josh Bynes and Patrick Onwuasor:

Maryland linebacker Isaiah Davis discussed how being the younger brother of a successful NFL player (Redskins safety Sean Davis) helps as he goes through the NFL Draft process:

Baltimore native/”Nadal” owner George Bolton discussed how pushing back the Triple Crown horse races could actually be beneficial for everyone:

Olympic wrestling hopeful Pat Downey III (North County) discussed the impact of the Tokyo games being delayed until 2021: draft analyst Chad Reuter discussed why the Ravens might have to move up in the first round if they want to find a future star inside linebacker:

Incoming Maryland transfer forward Jairus Hamilton discussed returning home (after living in both Baltimore and Hyattsville as a kid) after two seasons at Boston College:

Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife Nikki discussed moving out of their fifth wheel trailer JUST in time to not be quarantined in such tight quarters:

Ravens wide receiver Miles Boykin discussed providing charity help in the midst of the coronavirus crisis and the highs and lows of his rookie season in Baltimore:

LSU linebacker and potential Ravens first-round pick Patrick Queen discussed what it would mean to him to become the first LSU player drafted by Baltimore:

Quince Orchard four-star defensive lineman and Maryland commit Demeioun Robinson talked about why he decided to come to Maryland and now trying to get Gonzaga QB Caleb Williams to come join him:

Ravens quarterback Trace McSorley discussed his rookie season in Baltimore, the possibility of his role expanding in his second season, whether KJ Hamler would be a good fit in Baltimore and more:

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