Updated: Oct 17
Awful news has come out this morning surrounding Kentucky commit Skyy Clark, and an injury. The five-star point guard has announced he has partially torn his ACL and will have to miss the remainder of the summer for his recovery.
Travis Branham of 247Sports broke the news, in which Skyy later confirmed on Twitter.
“To all those that support and show me love around the country it saddens me to say that I have suffered an injury to the ACL and meniscus in my left leg. I will not be participating in any more basketball events for a few months as I go through the process of healing, recovery and rehabilitation! I’ve gotten great news from one of the top surgeons in the world that my left leg will come back STRONGER than ever and this will not affect my decision to attend Montverde Academy this Fall and the University of Kentucky in 2022. Please keep me in your thoughts and prayers as I go through this journey/thing called life in the most positive way possible. Thank you all.” said Skyy.
Clark’s father, Kenny Clark, tells KSR the rehab process has already begun and the five-star guard will be “back in no time.”
Prayers for the next Kentucky PG in line to cement his legacy behind all the other greats to have came here, and hoping for a speedy and healthy recovery.