After seeing BJ Boston and Devin Askew working out together in Los Angeles earlier in the week, Terrence Clarke decided to fly out to California to join his future teammates.
Late Friday evening, Boston’s father, Brandon Boston Sr., posted a video of Clarke joining the action to lift weights, participate in core work, and work on some 3-on-3 defense:
Kentucky signees BJ Boston, Terrence Clarke, and Devin Askew are all working out together in Los Angeles pic.twitter.com/7fHkNWmOlO
— Jack Pilgrim (@JackPilgrimKSR) May 16, 2020
And then this afternoon, BallerTV posted another exclusive look at the future Wildcat trio working out together, working on ball handling, fighting through screens, and tossing alley-oops to one another.
Check out Boston, Askew, and Clarke building on-court chemistry together here:
— BallerTV (@BallerTV) May 16, 2020
Earlier in the week before Clarke arrived, Boston posted a video on his Instagram story following an individual workout with Askew.
“Had to come get right [with] my son [Devin Askew],” Boston wrote on his story alongside the five-star point guard.
Boston, Clarke, and Askew all finished as top-30 prospects in the 247Sports Composite Rankings, with Boston finishing as the highest-ranked Kentucky signee at No. 4 overall. Clarke finished at No. 7 in the 247Sports Composite, while Askew came in at No. 26 overall.
“When you talk about our young guys coming in, it’s the same stuff that we’ve talked about since we’ve done this. You have a phenomenal backcourt with Devin, BJ, Terrence,” UK assistant coach Joel Justus said in a recent appearance on the Behind Kentucky Basketball podcast. “Three guys that wanted the challenge, that wanted to play with great players, that wanted to come in and fight every day but do it for a hall of fame coach on the biggest stage of college basketball, playing in front of the greatest fans that there is in basketball.”
We don’t know when basketball season will start or how long it will take for players to be allowed on campus, but when they do, these three future Wildcats will be ready.