It seems like Skyy Clark’s recovery from a torn ACL is going well.
KSR’s Jack Pilgrim tweeted this video of Clark running, just three months after tearing his ACL.
Clark, the Kentucky commitment in the Class of 2022, suffered a partially torn ACL and meniscus in his left knee in July, keeping him out of much of the summer basketball leagues.
Clark, who has been committed to Kentucky for about a year, is the 17th-ranked prospect in the 2022 class according to the 247 Sports Composite rankings and has played a big role in the recruitment of other 2022 prospects for the Cats.
It's good to see his recovery is going well. Hopefully he continues to progress well!
Tweet of the Day
AP names Mark Stoops their Midseason Coach of the Year— Jesse Riffe (@JesseRiffe) October 20, 2021
Kentucky as the most surprising team #BBN
Mark Stoops for Coach of the Year.
That could be interesting.
Hopkins could be a pleasant surprise early on.
Beat Duke. That is all.
That would be fun.
Time to prove the doubters wrong.
He may not be crazy...
A trade could occur next week based off some reports.