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

New Ravens offensive lineman Kevin Zeitler discussed why he chose Baltimore and the role Marshal Yanda played in getting him here:

Mount St. Mary’s guard Damian Chong Qui (McDonogh) discussed winning the NEC and reaching the NCAA Tournament, the emotional moment he shared on national TV with his father and the role Baltimore basketball legend Kurk Lee played in getting him to this point:

Navy cornerback Cameron Kinley discussed his hopes for hearing his name called in the NFL Draft and the really good backup plan he has to be Naval officer:

Legendary former UConn coach Jim Calhoun discussed memories of the Maryland-UConn 2002 Elite Eight battle, the late Reggie Lewis and the respect he has for Mark Turgeon:

NFL Network reporter Steve Wyche discussed what the Ravens have and have not done in free agency and why a Lamar Jackson extension makes more sense next year:

Mount St. Mary’s women’s coach Maria Marchesano discussed winning the NEC and the Mountaineers’ first-round matchup with Maryland in the NCAA Tournament:

Legendary former Maryland coach Gary Williams discussed his 2002 Elite Eight memories against UConn and his faith that Mark Turgeon can win a national title at Maryland:

Ravens fullback Patrick Ricard discussed scaring Ravens fans (and his wife!) into thinking he had been traded to the Jets and his pitch for free-agent receivers to come to Baltimore:

Maryland freshman Angel Reese (St. Frances) discussed returning from a broken foot to help the Terps to the ACC title and their pursuit of the first NCAA title for the school since 2006:

Delegate Brooke Lierman discussed the Jordan McNair Safe and Fair Play Act (she co-sponsored with Senator Justin Ready) which passed in the House and Senate this week and when Maryland college athletes will be able to profit off of their name, image and likeness:

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