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4-star ex-Kentucky signee Skyy Clark won't pursue pro options


After requesting his release from Kentucky, 4-star guard received interest from colleges across the country, as well as a handful of professional leagues. Both the NBA G-League and Overtime Elite programs inquired, but Clark is heading to college. "I’m not sure where the next stop in my journey will be yet, but I do know that stop will be at a university." (On3.com)

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4-star ex-Kentucky signee Skyy Clark won't pursue pro options


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