In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Jordan McNair Foundation creator Marty McNair (Jordan’s father) discussed the Jordan McNair Safe and Fair Play Act passing in the state Senate and House of Delegates and how he overcame his grief to become a champion for athlete safety:
The Athletic’s Jeff Zrebiec discussed the possibility the Ravens explore the trade market for receiver help after striking out in free agency:
NBC Sports Washington analyst and former Loyola/Siena coach (and Maryland assistant) Jimmy Patsos discussed the end of the season for the Terrapins and why he believes the program deserves more credit for the successes it’s had:
Ravens safety Geno Stone discussed his decision to re-sign and his expectations to be able to contribute more with a more “normal” offseason this year:
Houston forward, former Towson Tiger and Calvert Hall graduate Justin Gorham discussed the Cougars’ Sweet 16 matchup with Syracuse and how he carries the legacy of his late father with him in the NCAA Tournament:
Ourlads scouting director/former NFL scout Dan Shonka discussed why Minnesota’s Rashod Bateman and Georgia’s Azeez Ojulari would be the Ravens’ best fits at receiver and EDGE respectively with the 27th pick and other options at those positions:
Boston College tight end Hunter Long discussed his preparation for the NFL Draft and why a team that uses its tight ends like the Ravens do would be so appealing:
CBS, Turner Sports, FOX, Big Ten Network analyst and former UCLA and St. John’s coach Steve Lavin discussed the Sweet 16 and the future for Maryland basketball and Mark Turgeon:
CBS and Turner Sports analyst and former Ohio State star Clark Kellogg discussed Maryland fans’ expectations for Turgeon and the program and which teams left in the NCAA Tournament could beat Gonzaga and Baylor:
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