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They Said It On Glenn Clark Radio: May 2017

May 15, 2017
Jermaine Carter, Juan Dixon, Scott Feldman, Marlon Humphrey and Melo Trimble all chimed in on Glenn Clark Radio this month. Here's what they had to say:

"I grew up a fan of the Miami Hurricanes. Playing video games, I noticed that if you looked at their roster in 2000, 2001, in those times, most of the guys were from Florida. And that's just one of the things that I want to help be a part of the change. I want to make us into like how Miami was. That's just one of the things for guys who want to stay home -- we can build the same thing or be even better."
- Maryland linebacker/Fort Washington, Md., native Jermaine Carter Jr. April 20 on the importance of getting kids from Maryland to come to College Park

"It was an opportunity that presented itself that I knew I had to take advantage of. I didn't even think about the bad. I thought about where Coach Fang Mitchell had this program years ago. I think about the growth of Coppin State University, the campus. And I just thought it was an amazing opportunity to live out my purpose and let people see the passion I have for developing young men. This is something I dreamt for a long time while I was playing. I knew I wanted to coach."
- Terps legend/Baltimore native Juan Dixon April 27 on considering the good and the bad before taking the coaching job at Coppin State

"He'd get my vote if I had one. I think so. Also, not too many guys have had as many wins as he's had as a manager and starred on Seinfeld. So that in its own right is good enough for me!" 
- Reds pitcher/former Oriole Scott Feldman April 20 on whether his former manager Buck Showalter should be in the Hall of Fame if he wins a World Series

"For me, when you think of [the] Ravens, you think of defense. I'm sure the offense is great, but when I think of the Ravens, I think of defense. Smash mouth defense, it's kind of what they build on, just dominant. Me coming from Alabama, I feel like Alabama's a big defensive place, too. So going to the Ravens, it's just a little bit more amped kind of on that defense. I'm really excited to join that."
- Ravens first-round pick/former Alabama cornerback Marlon Humphrey April 28 on joining the Baltimore defense

"I've been here for three years now, and I just knew. I wanted to leave last year, so I put my name in the draft, and things didn't work out the way I wanted [them] to. So I knew that this year would be the best chance for me to put my name in the draft because I was healthy. Even though things didn't go always my way [this season], I still thought it was the best idea for me."
- Former Maryland point guard Melo Trimble May 2 on his decision to leave school after his junior season

Issue 233: May 2017