In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Golf Channel reporter and analyst Steve Sands discussed Hideki Matsuyama’s Masters win and looked ahead to the BMW Championship at Caves Valley this August:
Penn State tight end and projected early-round draft pick Pat Freiermuth discussed why he’d be a good fit in the Ravens’ offense and his relationship with Ravens quarterback Trace McSorley:
Maryland Sports executive director Terry Hasseltine discussed the latest information about the Maryland Cycling Classic, BMW Championship and the pending 2026 World Cup bid:
The Athletic’s Stephen Holder discussed where Colts free agent edge rusher Justin Houston is at this point in his career (the Ravens reportedly hosted him for a visit this week) and why it might be worth giving up a potential compensatory pick to sign him:
Baseball legend Dave Parker discussed his new book “Cobra,” how the Pirates came back on the Orioles in the 1979 World Series and MLB moving the All-Star Game out of Atlanta due to Georgia’s new voting law:
Wisconsin-Whitewater offensive lineman and projected early-round draft pick Quinn Meinerz discussed why he’d love to be a part of a run-dominant Ravens offense, working out with Kevin Zeitler and Ben Bredesen this offseason and his general awesomeness — including once spending 10 days alone in the woods:
Southern Maryland Blue Crabs manager Stan Cliburn discussed the new rules MLB will experiment with in the Atlantic League this season, including moving the rubber back a foot and the “double hook” that will force DH’s out of games when starting pitchers come out:
Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and Nikki Bozeman discussed more good work they’re doing, trying to help Freedom Elementary School build a new playground:
Michigan wide receiver Nico Collins discussed why his big frame and physical style would lend itself well to a Ravens offense where receivers have to block more and how much fun it would be to go from one Harbaugh (Jim) to another (John):
Potential Ravens first-round pick and Penn State edge rusher Jayson Oweh discussed why being drafted by Baltimore would prove to be a “good marriage:”
Sports Illustrated NFL writer Conor Orr discussed his most recent mock draft, where he sees the Ravens taking Minnesota receiver Rashod Bateman at No. 27:
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