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Skyy Clark may transfer to "major high school program," per report


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Future Wildcat Skyy Clark may not be reclassifying to play at Kentucky next season, but he is moving schools according to a new report. In his weekly roundup of recruiting news, Rivals’ Rob Cassidy wrote that he’s hearing Clark, who is currently enrolled at Ensworth in Nashville, will be transferring to a “major high school program” for his senior season.

Skyy Clark was rumored to be mulling an early enrollment in Lexington, but that seems to be off the table these days. Instead, I expect the five-star point guard to play out his senior year at a major high school program alongside a handful of other elite prospects. Just which high school he’ll land with is yet to be revealed, but the situation should be settled and made public soon.


Hmm. Clark first moved to Nashville from California (Heritage Christian) in April 2020, enrolling at Brentwood Academy before switching to Ensworth prior to the start of the 2020-21 season. Earlier this year, he opted out of the remainder of his junior season due to COVID-19 concerns, a decision he explained a few weeks back. Even though he’s sitting out, he’s still training on his own and watching the Cats closely.

Any guesses as to which “major high school program” it is?



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