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Where each 2020 UK signee finished in the final Rivals rankings

Some dipped, some moved up.

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On Monday, Rivals released their final top 150 recruiting rankings for the 2020 class.

All six of Kentucky’s freshman signees ranked within the top 50, and some higher than the 247 Sports rankings that were released earlier this month.

5-star SG, B.J. Boston: 4 (Unchanged)

B.J. Boston remains Kentucky’s highest-rated recruit at No. 4 in the nation per Rivals. The 6’7 shooting guard is an elite shot creator and is expected to be UK’s top scorer next season.

5-star SG, Terrence Clarke: 7 (-2)

Terrence Clarke fell two spots in Rivals’ final rankings from No. 5 to No. 7. Still, he is a top 10 talent that, along with Boston, will look to form Kentucky’s top backcourt freshman duo since De’Aaron Fox and Malik Monk in 2017.

5-star C, Isaiah Jackson: 26 (+1)

Unlike 247’s final rankings, center Isaiah Jackson is rated as a five-star instead of a four-star. The 6’9 center will compete with Keion Brooks Jr. and Wake Forest transfer Olivier Sarr for a starting spot in the frontcourt.

4-star PG, Devin Askew: (31) (-5)

Devin Askew dropped to a four-star in Rivals’ new ratings, which now makes him a consensus four-star recruit. There’s still a lot to like about the California point guard who will compete with Creighton transfer Davion Mintz for the starting job upon arrival in Lexington.

4-star PF, Lance Ware: (34) (-2)

Lance Ware also dropped to a four-star in Rivals’ final rankings, but many analysts are still high on the New Jersey native. Ware will likely fill the role EJ Montgomery played in 2018-19 and Keion Brooks played last season as energy big man off the bench.

4-star SF, Cam’Ron Fletcher: (46) (-4)

St. Louis native Cam’Ron Fletcher has been a four-star since committing to UK. At 46, he is valued much more by Rivals than 247 that rated him 76th in their final rankings.