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Terrence Clarke joins long list of Big Blue Madness visitors

Photo: Michael Reaves/Getty Images

Photo: Michael Reaves/Getty Images

Kentucky’s top basketball commitment for the class of 2020 will be on campus this weekend for Big Blue Madness.

Terrence Clarke, a 6-foot-7 guard out of Boston, MA, will be taking his official visit to Lexington from October 11-13.

The No. 4 prospect in the senior class announced the news on his Instagram story this afternoon.

Why is this significant? Because Kentucky is also set to host several other elite prospects this weekend for Big Blue Madness, with 2020 No. 2 prospect Cade Cunningham being the jackpot prize on campus.

Here is a running list of the confirmed Big Blue Madness visitors:

  • 2020 No. 4 prospect and five-star commitment Terrence Clarke (official)
  • 2020 No. 2 prospect and five-star guard Cade Cunningham (official)
  • 2020 four-star forward and Bardstown, KY product JJ Traynor (unofficial)
  • 2021 top-five prospect and five-star forward Paolo Banchero (official)
  • 2021 top-ten prospect and five-star forward Moussa Cisse (unofficial)
  • 2021 top-30 prospect and four-star forward Trey Kaufman (unofficial)
  • 2022 top-15 prospect and five-star forward Brandon Miller (unofficial)
  • 2022 unranked forward and Louisville, KY product James Jewell

Get ready for a wild recruiting weekend, BBN.


Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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6 Comments for Terrence Clarke joins long list of Big Blue Madness visitors

  1. UKCatAttack
    8:31 pm October 9, 2019 Permalink

    Thank you for posting a list of attendees for BBM. I’m excited about Cunningham I think we are going to get him!

  2. JASUN74
    9:57 pm October 9, 2019 Permalink

    Heck yeah!! Clark hanging with Cade and telling him what’s up! Wooo. That’s a great list of guys so far, I’d say they’ll be a few more to add by Friday. This is going to be a big weekend for UK. Hopefully Cal can work some Magic and Coach Stoops can get back on track also to cap off a great weekend. Great time as always to be a Kentucky fan. Go Cats!!

  3. WKY Cat
    10:08 am October 10, 2019 Permalink

    I want Cade!

  4. BobbyBlue
    11:09 am October 10, 2019 Permalink

    Believe I read someplace a few weeks ago that Cunningham and Clarke had spoken about playing together on a super team ?

    • Jack Pilgrim
      11:37 am October 10, 2019 Permalink

      Clarke has talked to Jonathan Kuminga (2021 No. 1 prospect, reclass candidate) about the super team. Clarke has been active recently on social media about playing together with Cunningham, though.

  5. BobbyBlue
    11:17 am October 10, 2019 Permalink

    Three official mega talented guys on the same visit will require a lot of juggling.
    Obviously Cal has that figured out and they certainly need to also put the Full Monte on Banchero. If for no other reason there is always the outside chance that he might reclassify, even though he has said no.