In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Orioles top pitching prospect Keegan Akin discussed the likelihood of being part of an expanded roster this season and what it would be like to make his major-league debut in front of no fans:
Former Falcons coach (and Ravens assistant) Mike Smith discussed the league’s proposal of a future rule that would essentially eliminate onside kicks in favor of a “fourth-and-15” conversion:
Baseball America‘s Carlos Collazo discussed the Orioles’ options with the No. 2 pick in the draft — including why Vanderbilt’s Austin Martin might actually be the best prospect in the draft:
Maryland football coach Michael Locksley discussed landing Tua Tagovailoa, supporting players having the right to transfer once without penalty and also his support of players profiting from their name, image and likeness:
Ravens running back Gus Edwards discussed his new project as a rapper (Gusto) and whether or not there are enough carries to go around now with the addition of J.K. Dobbins:
New Baltimore Blast coach David Bascome discussed how things might be different in his new role after years as an assistant and the role the Blast plays in the community’s recovery effort:
Former Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry discussed being selected by the Dolphins in the NFL Draft and the difficulty of making a position change with no rookie minicamp or OTAs:
Falcons tight end Khari Lee (Western Tech) discussed getting another chance in the NFL after spending all of last season out of the league and playing in the XFL:
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