2022 five-star guard Skyy Clark is name to keep tabs on for the Big Blue Nation in the future.
The Kentucky Wildcats coaching staff is set to host Clark on February 29th for an unofficial visit to Lexington, as they have already made Clark a priority in the class of 2022.
Kentucky has not offered Clark yet, but expect one to come in his junior season, as Clark is ranked the No. 1 combo guard in his class. Kentucky will be in the mix with other schools such as the Kansas Jayhawks, Memphis Tigers, Michigan Wolverines, Georgetown Hoyas, Arizona Wildcats and UCLA Bruins. Clark is from Los Angeles.
There is also a possibility that Clark reclasses to the class of 2021, according to an interview he did with KSR’s Jack Pilgrim. Clark said that the Wildcats are definitely in his top-five schools, despite not having an offer, and that Kentucky has always been one of his top choices to go to school.
“They are definitely, definitely in my top five,” Clark said of Kentucky. “As you all know, Coach Calipari is an amazing coach. Everything about Kentucky is on a new level. They try to get you to the league, which is my ultimate goal. They’re going to push you to not only be a player in the league, but one of the top players in the league. That’s something I’m definitely looking for when I go to college.”
Be sure to read the entire interview for more insight into Clark’s rise as a national prospect and what drives him to be the best version of himself.
And check out some highlights of Clark in action: