In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Former Orioles outfielder Mike Devereaux discussed being elected to the team’s Hall of Fame and his concern about how baseball is trending with home runs and strikeouts:
NFL.com draft analyst Chad Reuter discussed his four round mock draft, why he doesn’t think Trevon Moehrig makes sense at No. 27 and a significant receiver that could fall to them in the second round:
Towson star Kionna Jeter discussed her decision to pass on an extra year of eligibility in favor of declaring for the WNBA Draft:
Orioles legend J.J. Hardy discussed his election to the team’s Hall of Fame and what it means to him to go in alongside the late Mo Gaba:
Missouri wide receiver/NFL Draft prospect Damon Hazelton (Franklin) discussed his path to this point, from a public school to three different colleges and what it would mean to be drafted by the Ravens:
MASN analyst and former Orioles pitcher Ben McDonald discussed the outlook for the 2021 Orioles and when it would make sense for Adley Rutschman to end up in Baltimore:
1969 Mets hero Ron Swoboda (Sparrows Point/University of Maryland) discussed his book “Here’s The Catch” being available in paperback and an amazing story of a picture Brooks Robinson once signed for his father:
MLB Network analyst and former Orioles manager Buck Showalter discussed the “all home runs and strikeouts” nature of baseball, tanking and Nick Markakis’ retirement/Hall of Fame worthiness:
Notre Dame tight end and NFL Draft prospect Tommy Tremble discussed his relationship with Ravens receiver Miles Boykin and why the Ravens’ style of football has intrigued him for his entire life:
Miami tight end and NFL Draft prospect Brevin Jordan discussed spending last season working with Ed Reed and how excited he’d be to share an offense with Lamar Jackson:
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