Class of 2022 guard Skyy Clark is healthy and back on the basketball court this winter, and his stellar play for Heritage Christian (Calif.) is continuing to raise eyebrows across the country.
Clark — a 6-foot-2 prospect — is routinely putting up 30-point games early in the season, and he continues to draw major college interest after missing some time late in 2019 with a labrum injury. In the past two weeks alone, Clark has received scholarship offers from Georgetown, Memphis, Michigan and Texas Tech.
Local power UCLA extended a scholarship offer to Clark in late November, and he had previous offers from the likes of Arizona, Auburn, Florida State and Vanderbilt. “He’s one of the best scorers that I’ve seen in that class so far,” 247Sports analyst Evan Daniels recently told the Herald-Leader.
Kentucky, too, is continuing to pay attention to his recruitment.
UK assistant coach Joel Justus has been to California to see Clark multiple times since the start of the fall recruiting period — a notable show of interest for a prospect still in his sophomore year — and both Clark and his father had high praise for the Wildcats’ program in an interview with the Herald-Leader back in October.
It could just be a matter of time before Kentucky joins the teams on Clark’s offer list.