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

Ravens first-round pick Rashod Bateman discussed what it meant to him to see Lamar Jackson and Hollywood Brown’s reaction to him being picked and what it felt like to be in the building for the first time as a pro:

Ravens third-round pick Brandon Stephens discussed his reaction to those who think the Ravens reached to select him where they did, how he moved from running back to defensive back and whether free safety might be the fit for him:

Ravens fifth-round pick Daelin Hayes discussed being drafted by the team he had previously rooted for, why he was a Ravens fan and how he’ll fit as an edge rusher in their 3-4 defense:

Bowie Baysox play by play voice Adam Pohl discussed expectations for Adley Rutschman and other prospects as well as where Cedric Mullins might fit in the Orioles’ long-term plans:

SMU football coach Sonny Dykes discussed the Ravens’ selection of Stephens, what should be expected from James Proche in Year Two and the parallels between NFL teams facing the Ravens and college teams facing service academies:

Former Maryland running back Jake Funk (Damascus) discussed what it meant to him to be selected in the seventh round by the Rams and his long journey to this moment:

Hall of Famer Jim Palmer, who threw the Orioles’ previous complete game no-hitter in 1969, discussed John Means’ brilliance, the nerves in a no-hitter and the awkward question of what the Orioles might do with him before the MLB trade deadline:

MASN analyst Ben McDonald discussed calling Means’ no-hitter and how he has built to this moment:

West Virginia baseball coach Randy Mazey discussed his memories of connecting with Means, when he knew the pitcher had the chance to be special and how the WVU baseball team watched the no-hitter on the field before their big win against Pitt:

Caroline Means, a former NWSL goalie, discussed her nerves in watching her husband’s no-hitter and what this season has meant to their family after a trying year:

Legendary trainer Bob Baffert discussed his seventh Kentucky Derby win with Medina Spirit and next week’s Preakness:

Steelers sixth-round pick Quincy Roche (New Town) discussed how awkward it is for his friends and family given that he ended up in Pittsburgh and the chip on his shoulder after sliding that far in the draft:

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