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Kentucky hosting three recruits today with Auburn in town

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Travis Graf

Kentucky will have three top-125 recruits in attendance this afternoon when the Wildcats take on the Auburn Tigers.

2021 wing David Jones – the No. 124 prospect in the 247Sports recruiting rankings – is in attendance with his family, along with two top-60 recruits in the class of 2022, Skyy Clark and Rodney Rice.

Clark, a major Kentucky target in the sophomore class, is considered a five-star, top-20 prospect in the nation out of Northridge, CA. 247Sports lists Clark as the No. 1 combo guard and No. 22 overall prospect in the class of 2022, though the expectation is that the five-star prospect ultimately winds up jumping into the top ten of the recruiting rankings.

Rice, a four-star guard out of Potomac, MD, is considered the No. 51 overall prospect in the 247Sports recruiting rankings and No. 56 in the composite.

KSR can confirm that all three have arrived on campus and are in the middle of their respective visits, the first for each of them to Lexington.

——–UPDATE———-

Here is Jones on his unofficial visit to Lexington with his family, with all of them decked out in Kentucky gear.

Prior to Kentucky’s game this afternoon against Auburn, Clark – who is joined by his father, mother, and two brothers – was getting shots up in the Joe Craft Center.

Clark, a strong Kentucky lean, joined KSR’s Sources Say Podcast a few weeks back to break down his interest in the Wildcats and why they were one of his favorite schools growing up.

Listen to the interview in its entirety below:

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Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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3 Comments for Kentucky hosting three recruits today with Auburn in town



  1. Big Sexy
    3:04 pm February 29, 2020 Permalink

    “2021 wing David Jones – the No. 124 prospect in the 247Sports recruiting rankings”. That’s a bit unusual for Cal. I guess he sees something in Jones others don’t. We’ll have to watch and see if climbs the rankings next year.



  2. JASUN74
    3:51 pm February 29, 2020 Permalink

    I want some 6’10 – 7’ plus Big I’m in here!!! Lol. I love love love all the guards we bring in, but I want at least two big men every recruiting class. I don’t care if one has to stay a couple years to be a great player, I just want some size every class. Now let’s beat the poop out of Auburn!! Lol. Go Cats!!



    • TonyMontana
      6:52 pm February 29, 2020 Permalink

      Yes, we need more big men. In fact, Greg Brown’s father has said he WILL NOT go to a school without 2-3 big men.

      “If you don’t have no bigs coming in, if you don’t have no bigs currently on your team, then Greg is not going to your school,’ Mr. Brown said. “That’s one major way you are going to weed yourself out. If you don’t have two to three (power forwards) or (centers) at your school, you’re going to weed yourself out. Greg’s not going to your school.”

      “Will the coach let Greg be Greg,” Mr. Brown asked. “That means, are you going to try to stick him at a position, or are you going to let him play? (Are you going to) let him be who he is? Most people think of Greg (and say), ‘oh he’s a big man… he’s a four… he’s a four/five.’ If you’ve spent any consistent time in the gym with Greg, you know Greg is more of a two/three/four than he is a four/five. He don’t even move like fours and fives normally move.”