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Skyy Clark reiterates he is staying put in the 2022 class

(Photo by Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

(Photo by Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Next year’s backcourt has a new vacancy now that Devin Askew is leaving Kentucky, but future Wildcat Skyy Clark wants fans to know he will not be joining the team this fall. Reclassification rumors have swirled around the five-star combo guard since he committed to Kentucky in October 2020, but Clark took to Twitter this afternoon to reiterate he’s staying put in the class of 2022.

That being said, Clark could be on the move for his senior season. Last month, a report came out that he’s looking to transfer from Ensworth, in Nashville, to a “major high school program,” but the destination has yet to be revealed. A few weeks ago, he was back in his home state of California working out at Julius V. Elite:

We’ll see you when you get here, Skyy.

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11 Comments for Skyy Clark reiterates he is staying put in the 2022 class



  1. BlueBanker18
    1:46 pm April 6, 2021 Permalink

    Thank God. Reclassifying helps no one.



  2. T-Town Cat
    2:47 pm April 6, 2021 Permalink

    April 2020 – leaves Heritage Christian High School. August 2020 – enrolls at Brentwood Academy. October 2020 – leaves Brentwood Academy, enrolls at Ensworth High School. January 2021 – quits Ensworth team mid-season. March 2021 – announces he is leaving Ensworth to play at a “ major program” in 2021. 4 schools in one year. Do we think he will honor his commitment to UK!



  3. StuckinLville
    2:53 pm April 6, 2021 Permalink

    I agree with BlueBanker. These guys think they are ready because they dominate in high school, but it rarely translates to college. Just like Askew, he would have been better off not reclassifying. With that said, many guys say that they aren’t going to but do any way, including Askew.



  4. BBNBRIAN
    4:18 pm April 6, 2021 Permalink

    Please, no more reclassifing players to fill a position!



  5. zoupman
    4:48 pm April 6, 2021 Permalink

    I’m glad he isn’t reclassifying. Just don’t think it’s a good idea.
    Switching high schools is a red flag. Hopefully, it’s not a problem.



  6. MississippiBlue
    5:32 pm April 6, 2021 Permalink

    Outside of Jamal Murray I can’t think of another reclass that has worked out at UK.



    • CahillsCrossingNT
      5:40 am April 7, 2021 Permalink

      Worked OK but even with Murray and Ulis in the backcourt they still lost to Indiana.



  7. UKCatAttack
    6:12 pm April 6, 2021 Permalink

    I’m fairly confident I read Devin Askew reclassified to his original class. Meaning he was held back a year in school. Theoretically his reclassification put him back into his original class. Not sure the reclassification is the reason he struggled.



  8. CahillsCrossingNT
    5:40 am April 7, 2021 Permalink

    Even with Murray they still lost to Indiana.