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

Purdue DL/NFL Draft prospect Lorenzo Neal Jr. discussed his path to the draft, being the son of a football legend and one particular memory of “working” for the Ravens as a child during a game in the 2008 season his father spent in Baltimore:

Loyola men’s basketball coach Tavaras Hardy discussed Loyola’s postseason turnaround and how the Greyhounds came together despite being snake-bitten all season:

Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife, Nikki, discussed reaching the milestone of more than 1.5 million meals distributed during the COVID-19 pandemic and being open to a long-term contract extension in Baltimore:

Coppin State guard DeJuan Clayton discussed the many ups and downs he experienced in his college career before finally winning a division title in his senior season and how coach Juan Dixon has changed the culture at Coppin State:

Georgia edge rusher/projected first-round pick Azeez Ojulari discussed the possibility of coming to the Baltimore Ravens and the reverence he has for Terrell Suggs:

Mount St. Mary’s men’s basketball coach Dan Engelstad discussed the team’s win against Bryant in the NEC championship game and making the NCAA Tournament for the first time as a head coach:

Former All-Pro NFL edge rusher Lorenzo Alexander discussed the five days he spent as a Raven in his career and why he thinks the current Ravens should prioritize wide receiver, not edge rush this offseason:

Loyola forward Santi Aldama discussed the Greyhounds’ run to the Patriot League championship, how he got to Baltimore from Spain and what it will take to knock off Colgate March 14:

Buffalo running back/NFL Draft prospect Jaret Patterson (Pallotti) discussed how he ended up at Pallotti after growing up in Prince George’s County, putting up video game numbers in college and the possibility of coming back home as a pro:

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