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What could a school be getting in highly touted senior point guard Skyy Clark?


On Sunday, class of 2022 point guard caused a stir in the recruiting world when he announced he has decommitted from Kentucky. Ranked No. 26 overall in the class of 2022 by 247Sports, the 6-foot-3 senior at Montverde (Fla.) Academy is a well-known name to those who follow recruiting and certainly to coaches in need of backcourt help. (247 Sports)

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What could a school be getting in highly touted senior point guard Skyy Clark?


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