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Skyy Clark may end up transferring to a major high school program

If Clark isn’t on a college campus next season, he could be playing at a different high school.


Some news came out today about future Kentucky Wildcats point guard Skyy Clark.

In his Rivals recruiting roundup, Rob Cassidy, reported that he is hearing Clark may end up leaving Ensworth High School in Nashville (TN) to go play for a major high school program.

“Skyy Clark was rumored to be mulling an early enrollment in Lexington, but that seems to be off the table these days. Instead, I expect the five-star point guard to play out his senior year at a major high school program alongside a handful of other elite prospects. Just which high school he’ll land with is yet to be revealed, but the situation should be settled and made public soon.”

Rumors have been swirling around since his commitment date that he would end up in Lexington next season to be part of the 2021 class. It seems that will not be the case and he will be finishing out his high school career elsewhere.

Clark and his family moved to Nashville this past year from California. Due to COVID-19 concerns Clark decided to opt out of the rest of his junior season at Ensworth.

Clark (6-2, 200 pounds) is currently ranked as a five-star recruit by 247 and is listed the 13th-best player in the country. Rivals actually has him in the top 10 as the 8th -best player.

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