With so many interviews and sports conversations during the course of the year, it’s always hard to pick the highlights. But here are a few 2021 Glenn Clark Radio interviews that stand out.

Rapper Mike Jones

Rapper Mike Jones discussed what it meant to get press conference shoutouts from Lamar Jackson and John Harbaugh and why he sees similarities between his own story and Jackson’s:

Brenda Frese

Maryland women’s basketball coach Brenda Frese discussed recording her school record 500th win:

Rick Dempsey

1983 World Series MVP Rick Dempsey discussed the death of his former manager Joe Altobelli, who guided the Orioles to the ’83 title:

Rashod Bateman

Before the NFL Draft, wide receiver Rashod Bateman discussed why he would be so excited to partner up with Lamar Jackson, then in the days following the draft he returned to the show to discuss what it meant to him to be coming to Baltimore:

Bradley Bozeman

Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife Nikki discussed surpassing the milestone of 1.5 million meals served to the hungry in Baltimore:

Kevin Zeitler

Just moments after agreeing to his deal, offensive lineman Kevin Zeitler discussed why he chose the Ravens in free agency and how Marshal Yanda helped convince him to come to Baltimore:

Marty McNair

Jordan McNair Foundation founder Marty McNair discussed the passage of the Jordan McNair Safe And Fair Play Act in Maryland and what it means to him to help protect other families from experiencing tragedies like the loss of his son Jordan:

Justin Gorham

In the midst of their run to the Final Four, Houston forward and Towson transfer Justin Gorham (Calvert Hall) discussed his experience with the Cougars and honoring his late father during the NCAA Tournament:

J.J. Hardy

Former Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy discussed his election to the Orioles Hall of Fame and why it means more to him to go in alongside Mo Gaba:

Buck Showalter

Former Orioles manager Buck Showalter discussed how baseball has become all home runs and strikeouts and the retirement of Nick Markakis, who he believes is worthy of the Hall of Fame:

Odafe Oweh

Before the NFL Draft, edge rusher Odafe Oweh (then known as “Jayson”) discussed why he felt a “connection” to Baltimore even before he was drafted by them. Oweh then joined the “Tyus Bowser Show” to discuss his spectacular start to the season (including his heroics to beat the Chiefs):

Ryan Odom

Former UMBC coach Ryan Odom discussed why Utah State was the right job at the right time for him to leave the Retrievers:

Kim English

Baltimore native Kim English (Randallstown) discussed getting his first head coaching job at George Mason at just the age of 32:

Johnny Stefanowicz

Baltimore native Johnny Stefanowicz discussed his path from not receiving a single college scholarship offer to joining the Marines to making the U.S. Olympic wrestling team:

Brandon Stephens

Defensive back Brandon Stephens discussed what it meant to him to be selected in the third round by the Ravens:

Caroline Means

The morning after her husband John’s no-hitter, Caroline Means discussed what it was like to watch the game and how he celebrated the accomplishment:

Charley Toomey

Loyola lacrosse coach Charley Toomey discussed the Greyhounds’ dramatic late-season turnaround and the final second heroics of Sam Shafer to beat Denver in the NCAA Tournament:

Rob Vaughn

Maryland baseball coach Rob Vaughn discussed leading the Terrapins back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2017:

Gary Neal

Former NBA star Gary Neal (Towson University, Calvert Hall and Aberdeen High) discussed returning to his alma mater (CHC) as basketball coach and why getting the chance to teach there was just as important, if not more:

Drew Forrester

Calvert Hall golf coach and local media personality Drew Forrester discussed qualifying for the U.S. Senior Open for the first time:

Jamion Christian

George Washington basketball coach and former Mount St. Mary’s coach and player Jamion Christian discussed the life of his legendary mentor Jim Phelan:

Kyle Harrison

Johns Hopkins legend Kyle Harrison (Friends) discussed playing at Homewood Field one more time in his final PLL season and his decision to retire as a lacrosse player:

Grayson Rodriguez

Orioles prospect Grayson Rodriguez discussed being named the top pitching prospect in all of baseball and breaking Adley Rutschman’s glove with a fastball:

Abby Gustaitis

U.S. Rugby captain Abby Gustaitis (University of Maryland/North Harford) discussed making her first Olympics after coming to the sport at a later age following a high school basketball career:

Jon Bell

New England Revolution defender Jon Bell (UMBC) discussed making his MLS debut this season and scoring his first career goal:

Gavin Sheets

White Sox slugger Gavin Sheets (Gilman) discussed making his major-league debut and what his early career trip to Baltimore would mean to him:

Adley Rutschman

Orioles prospect Adley Rutschman discussed making the All-Star Futures Game and his habit of greeting pitchers at the end of each inning as they come off the mound:

D.L. Hall

Orioles prospect D.L. Hall discussed his improved strikeout rate this season and his bond with fellow top prospects Rutschman and Rodriguez:

Jackson Merrill

San Diego Padres shortstop prospect Jackson Merrill (Severna Park) discussed what it meant to him to be selected in the first round of the MLB Draft:

Melanie Newman

Orioles broadcaster Melanie Newman discussed being part of an historic all-female national MLB broadcast on YouTube:

Katie Zaferes

Carroll County native Katie Zaferes (North Carroll) discussed winning two triathlon medals at the Tokyo Olympics and feeling her late father’s presence during her races:

Colton Cowser

Orioles first round pick Colton Cowser discussed how he’ll handle the pressure of being a fifth overall selection and potential centerpiece for a team in the midst of a rebuild:

Jeremy Fowler

ESPN NFL Insider Jeremy Fowler discussed his controversial quip that this would be the season teams “figure out” Lamar Jackson:

Donovan Pines

DC United defender Donovan Pines (Maryland/River Hill) discussed making his USMNT debut this summer and helping the team win the CONCACAF Gold Cup:

Will Barton

Nuggets guard Will Barton (Lake Clifton) discussed the importance of coming back home for a massive charity event and fellow Baltimore native Wes Unseld Jr. taking over as head coach of the Wizards:

Jose Torres

Reds shortstop prospect Jose Torres (Calvert Hall) discussed his wild path from the Dominican Republic to a tumultuous season at NC State to the third round of the MLB Draft:

Haley Carter

Former Navy women’s soccer goalkeeper Haley Carter discussed her heroic efforts to help evacuate Afghani women’s soccer players from the country as it fell to the Taliban:

Isiah Whitlock Jr.

Actor Isiah Whitlock Jr. (Senator Clay Davis on “The Wire”) discussed the life of his co-star Michael K. Williams:

Kevin Smith

Blue Jays shortstop Kevin Smith (Maryland) discussed making his MLB debut and getting confused with the Orioles pitching prospect of the same name:

Chig Okonkwo

Maryland tight end Chig Okonkwo discussed his return to the field after missing the entire 2020 campaign due to myocarditis:

Lional “Jelly Roll” Dalton

Former Ravens Super Bowl champion defensive tackle Lional “Jelly Roll” Dalton discussed returning to Baltimore for a life saving kidney transplant:

Ride Along With Glenn!

Ride along with Glenn on his very special tandem jump with the U.S. Army Golden Knights parachute team:

Rocky Bleier

Legendary former Steelers running back Rocky Bleier discussed being totally unaware that they held the record for consecutive 100 yard rushing games that the Ravens matched this season:

Santi Aldama

Memphis Grizzlies rookie Santi Aldama (Loyola) discussed going in the first round of the NBA Draft and representing the Greyhounds moving forward in his professional career:

Brooks Lee

Cal Poly shortstop and potential 2022 No. 1 overall MLB Draft pick Brooks Lee discussed what it would mean to be selected by the Orioles considering he was named after Brooks Robinson:

Jared Bernhardt

Tewaaraton Award winner Jared Bernhardt discussed honoring his late father by playing football after his legendary Maryland lacrosse career (he would go on to lead Ferris State to a national championship):

Steve Nichols

Loyola soccer coach Steve Nichols discussed leading his alma mater back to the NCAA Tournament for the first since 2009:

Dr. Lonise Bias

Dr. Lonise Bias discussed what it meant to see her son (Maryland legend Len Bias) inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame:

Patrick Queen

Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen joined “The Tyus Bowser Show” to discuss his remarkable in-season turnaround and how Bowser’s encouragement helped his confidence:

Michael Locksley

Maryland football coach Michael Locksley discussed the significance of reaching a bowl game as part of continuing the upward trajectory of the program:

Ken Niumatalolo

Navy football coach Ken Niumatalolo discussed their dramatic win over Army and how it will shape their program moving toward 2022:

Raymond Chester

Former Baltimore Colts and Raiders tight end Raymond Chester (Morgan State/Douglass) discussed the life and legacy of his former coach John Madden:

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