Justus and the Clark family formed a tight relationship and with Justus no longer in Lexington, there was a thought that the relationship between Clark and UK may head in the wrong direction.
Since then, new Kentucky assistants Orlando Antigua and Chin Coleman have a done a phenomenal job of building back the relationship with Clark, who has since re-affirmed his commitment to the Wildcats and will be taking an official visit to Lexington on June 11.
With Clark firmly locked in for 2022, he has now turned his attention to trying to bring some of the top talent that the class has to offer to Lexington alongside him.
Clark told 247 Sports that he has been reaching out to players like Chris Livingston, Brandon Miller and Shaedon Sharpe just to name a few.
“I’ve been reaching out to Shaedon Sharpe, Chris Livingston and Brandon Miller too,” Clark said. “I have a good feeling that I can a few of them to come onboard. We’re trying to build a strong class so we can bring another title to Lexington. That’s the only goal.”
Clark also recently transferred to Montverde Academy to play alongside Jalen Duren, the No. 2 overall player in the country.
“Oh, I’m already talking to him about it,” Clark said. No need to wait. I DM him different stuff from time to time like ‘Go BBN’ or something like that. It’ll only go up when we’re together every day.”