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

Iowa football coach and former Ravens offensive coordinator Kirk Ferentz discussed Baltimore’s seventh-round pick (safety Geno Stone) and undrafted free-agent linebacker Kristian Welch:

Ravens third-round pick and former Mississippi State offensive lineman Tyre Phillips discussed where he might line up as a pro and his experience on Netflix’s “Last Chance U” while at East Mississippi Community College:

ESPN reporter Sal Paolantonio discussed nailing his prediction that the Ravens would select a running back early (Ohio State’s J.K. Dobbins) and why he’s so high on their draft as a whole:

Ravens third-round pick and former Texas wide receiver Devin Duvernay discussed his speed and great hands, his excitement to join Lamar Jackson and a great organization and the dream of maybe playing against his cousin Kyler Murray in a Super Bowl:

New Johns Hopkins lacrosse coach Peter Milliman discussed leaving Cornell for the Blue Jays’ job, whether he feels pressuring replacing a legend (Dave Pietramala) and his interest in speaking with Pietramala during the transition:

Ravens seventh-round pick and former Iowa safety Geno Stone discussed having friends and family in New Castle, Pa., who are struggling with him being in Baltimore because they’re massive Steelers fans and having once played in the Cal Ripken World Series in Aberdeen:

Former East Mississippi Community College academic adviser and “Last Chance U” star Brittany Wagner discussed the types of people the Ravens are getting in Phillips and undrafted free agent Chauncey Rivers:

Ravens sixth-round pick and former SMU wide receiver James Proche discussed his great hands, assistant coach Zachary Orr being like a big brother to him and what he learned from being coached by Deion Sanders in high school:

Patriots linebacker Brandon Copeland (Gilman) discussed his excitement to learn from Bill Belichick and the difference his foundation is making despite not being able to host an in-person football camp this year:

Ravens second-round pick and former Ohio State running back J.K. Dobbins discussed wearing No. 27 to honor his late father, having his teammate Malik Harrison also join him in Baltimore and his excitement to join Jackson and Mark Ingram in the backfield:

Former Maryland star Jalen Smith (Mount Saint Joseph) discussed coming to peace with how his college career ended and preparing for the NBA Draft in an unprecedented time:

East Mississippi Community College football coach and “Last Chance U” star Buddy Stephens discussed the type of football players the Ravens are getting in Phillips and Rivers and whether he’d be willing to welcome Netflix back for more seasons in the future:

Veteran offensive lineman DJ Fluker discussed signing with the Ravens, how he fits with their run-first offense, wanting to finally win a Super Bowl and more:

Former Towson lacrosse player Tyler Konen talked about beginning his medical career in the midst of the COVID-19 epidemic:

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