We’ve shared plenty of coverage of Daimion Collins, Bryce Hopkins, and TyTy Washington at the Iverson Classic, but another future Cat was in action this past weekend. Five-star 2022 guard Skyy Clark suited up for Mokan Elite at the KC Classic, his second event with the EYBL powerhouse this spring. 247 Sports analyst Travis Branham was in Kansas City for the games and tabbed Clark as one of the standout performers.
It was 247Sports first live game viewings of Skyy Clark since the start of the pandemic and he did not disappoint. The five-star Kentucky commit was outstanding as a playmaker and facilitator all weekend long all-the-while giving you some impressive scoring moments to remind you that he is more than capable of getting a bucket. Clark has built a long-standing reputation as a creative, skilled and crafty bucket getter but he possesses tremendous passing ability, vision and feel as well. Coupled with Clark’s ability to score and creatively get in the paint, he makes for a dynamic playmaker and facilitator as he draws attention from the defense and creates open opportunities for his teammates.
Clark, who played for Ensworth in Nashville last season, is considered the No. 10 prospect in the 2022 class in 247 Sports’ Composite rankings. He’s flirted with reclassifying throughout his high school career, but last month, confirmed he’ll be staying put in 2022. Joel Justus was his lead recruiter, but despite the staff changes, his father told Ben Roberts the plan is still for Clark to go to Kentucky.
More footage of Clark at the KC Classic will surely come out over the next few days, but here’s a small sample to tide you over.
Just vibing pic.twitter.com/0kkQcekQzZ
— Skyy Clark (@skyyclark) May 10, 2021
Kentucky bound Skyy Clark is too damn smooth! pic.twitter.com/ym43Aa1QnD
— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) May 9, 2021