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Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: April 29-May 3, 2019

May 4, 2019
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

SiriusXM analyst and former Ravens executive Phil Savage discussed the Ravens' draft class, including why he thinks Jaylon Ferguson can make an immediate impact:

Former Ravens linebacker Jarret Johnson discussed becoming the team's full-time radio analyst and why the quality of the draft class has more to do with whether Lamar Jackson steps forward: 

Jockey Jon Court discussed becoming the oldest jockey (58) to ever compete in the Kentucky Derby when he rides Long Range Toddy: 

Ravens third-round pick and former Louisiana Tech edge rusher Jaylon Ferguson discussed cleaning up tornado damage during the draft, why he didn't always like the "Sack Daddy" nickname and being ready to help replace Terrell Suggs, whose NCAA sacks record he broke: 

Perry Hall native and trainer Michael Trombetta discussed being back in the Kentucky Derby this year with Win Win Win: 

Ravens fourth-round pick and former Oklahoma offensive lineman Ben Powers discussed joining former Sooners teammates Marquise Brown, Mark Andrews and his close friend Orlando Brown Jr. in Baltimore and whether the Ravens can replicate the success Oklahoma had with Kyler Murray with Jackson: 

Bowie Baysox infielder and Orioles prospect Rylan Bannon discussed his hot start to the season, including stealing home plate and scoring from second base on a groundout: 

Senior Bowl executive director, ESPN analyst and former NFL scout Jim Nagy discussed Ferguson, Powers and the Ravens' other picks who participated in the Senior Bowl: Iman Marshall, Daylon Mack, Trace McSorley and undrafted free agent Jaylen Smith: 

Ravens wide receiver Quincy Adeboyejo discussed his long road back from a leg injury that cost him all of 2018 and trying to prove himself all over again: 

Former Ravens defensive tackle and 107.7 The Franchise (Oklahoma City) host Kelly Gregg discussed the Oklahoma to Baltimore pipeline that seems to exist and new Ravens Marquise Brown and Ben Powers: 

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