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

Arsenal legend Ray Parlour discussed the Arsenal-Everton match coming to Baltimore’s M&T Bank Stadium in July and looked ahead to the U.S.-England World Cup showdown in November:

Incoming Maryland transfer Jahmir Young discussed why he believes that the Terps can commit immediately in Kevin Willard’s first season:

Former Orioles pitcher Steve Johnson discussed the former Orioles team that this year’s group reminds him of and why they should remain patient with Grayson Rodriguez:

Newly re-signed Ravens defensive lineman Brent Urban discussed his hopes to win a Super Bowl as he returns to Baltimore:

Norfolk Tides manager Buck Britton discussed what it means to him to have been part of telling Adley Rutschman he was coming to the bigs and Kyle Stowers’ recent power surge:

Washington Post MLB writer Chelsea Janes discussed Adley Rutschman’s arrival and how far away the Orioles are from competing in the AL East:

Maryland midfielder Jon Donville discussed what it would mean to him to wrap his college career with a NCAA championship and the possibility of facing his former school (Cornell) in the title game:

Bowie Baysox manager Kyle Moore discussed how the Orioles’ developmental philosophy has changed, what he’s learned from his time around Adley Rutschman and Gunnar Henderson’s outstanding season:

Baseball America MLB Draft analyst Carlos Collazo discussed why Druw Jones is the best prospect in the Draft but Elijah Green (the son of former Ravens tight end Eric Green) might have the most upside:

New Morgan State football coach Damon Wilson discussed his decision to come to the program after a successful run at Bowie State:

Showtime Boxing analyst and former world champion Raul Marquez discussed the May 28 fight between Baltimore’s Gervonta Davis and Rolando Romero:

FOX Sports MLB writer Jake Mintz discussed Adley Rutschman’s arrival in Baltimore, the hope that it has brought for Orioles fans and what steps the organization should take next:

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