Skyy Clark won’t be in Lexington for another season, but he is already capturing the hearts of Kentucky fans with his positive attitude and his eagerness to wear Kentucky blue.
Clark is hoping to end his career at UK, whenever that may be, among the great point guards to play at Kentucky under Calipari. He tweeted a picture of Kentucky’s past point guards under John Calipari while stating his desire to finish his career among the best of them.
It is what it is!!!! Definitely trying to be mentioned among these#BBN greats!!!! pic.twitter.com/TAnfJmrA8O— Skyy Clark (@skyyclark) June 14, 2021
When Joel Justus left for Arizona State a couple months ago, there was a thought that Clark may consider de-committing because of the relationship that the Clark family had built with Justus.
Since then, Clark has re-affirmed his commitment to the Wildcats and has been all-in on Big Blue Nation.
My commitment to @KentuckyMBB @UKCoachCalipari and #BBN is stronger than ever!!!!! #CANTWAIT— Skyy Clark (@skyyclark) May 26, 2021
Clark finally took his official visit to Lexington last week and got a chance to meet the new coaching staff, the staff that spent their first few weeks re-building a relationship with him.
Skyy Clark (@skyyclark) and his family on their official visit to Lexington https://t.co/NK9X8sq8GI pic.twitter.com/U6QjlEZZA0— Jack Pilgrim (@JackPilgrimKSR) June 11, 2021
Clark will be playing his final season of high school ball at Montverde Academy, alongside No. 1 Jalen Duren, who is considering Kentucky. Clark is recruiting a handful of players to Kentucky Dereck Lively, Shaedon Sharpe, Brandon Miller, Chris Livingston, Jaden Bradley, and of course Jalen Duren.
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