After holding his own against college and professional talent on Saturday, 2022 five-star guard Skyy Clark put on a show against high school and upcoming college talent just a day later.
In an open run down in Brentwood, Tennessee on Sunday, the 6-foot-2 point guard showed off a ridiculous display of ball handling, passing, and scoring against high-major competition.
Best of all? He did it wearing Kentucky shorts.
Check out some of the impressive highlights below:
With KSR in attendance on Saturday, Clark participated in the exclusive professional and college run, where the Kentucky target competed against the likes of Darius Garland of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Robert Covington of the Houston Rockets, former Golden State Warriors guard Ian Clark, and former UK forward Alex Poythress, among numerous other high-major Division I standouts.
Showing off a tight handle and advanced dribble moves, strong defense, and elite finishes at the room, Clark proved why UK coaching staff sees Clark as one of their top recruiting targets.
Here are just a few of the highlights from Clark’s first run this weekend:
Starting this morning, college coaches were allowed to legally contact prospects in the class of 2022, and Clark was one of the first prospects to receive a phone call from the UK coaching staff.
Kentucky contacted Skyy Clark’s father, Kenny Clark, early in the morning, before following it up with a call to the five-star prospect later in the day.
UK joined Duke, Kansas, UNC, FSU, Gonzaga, UCLA, Arizona, Michigan, Indiana, Oregon State, Penn, BYU, Oregon, Minnesota, DePaul, Ohio State, Stanford, Arkansas, Tennessee State and Holy Cross as schools to reach out, his father told KSR.
Ranked as high as No. 17 in the nation, Clark is considered a consensus top-25 prospect in the upcoming junior class.