Skyy Clark has de-committed from Kentucky basketball, according to a story by Joe Tipton of On3. Jack Pilgrim of Kentucky Sports Radio also reported the news.
“First and foremost I would like to thank Coach Cal, the entire coaching staff at UK as well as BBN for all the love and support you all have shown me over the past 2 years. It honestly means the world to me. And that is what has made this decision such a tough one for me. But after a lot of thought and reflection, I have decided to ask for my release from the University of Kentucky so I may reopen my recruitment. I will take the next few weeks to regroup with my family to figure out what is the best move going forward. Thank you all and God bless #RespectMyDecision.”
The four-star guard chose Kentucky in October 2020 over North Carolina, UCLA, and Memphis. He also received offers from Michigan, Oregon, USC, Kansas, among others.
Breaking: 2022 PG Skyy Clark has decommitted from Kentucky and will reopen his recruitment, he tells @On3Recruits.
— Joe Tipton (@TiptonEdits) March 6, 2022
BREAKING: UK signee Skyy Clark has decommitted from Kentucky, source tells KSR
— Jack Pilgrim (@JackPilgrimKSR) March 6, 2022