Of course, he may not stay in that class. Clarke has been a reported reclassification candidate for a while now, and could make the jump up to 2020.
That decision still isn’t here, but a commitment is coming soon. He will make the call on September 14, just 10 days from now.
A few days ago, Clarke released a pretty interesting top six schools list: Boston College, Duke, Kentucky, Memphis, Texas Tech and UCLA.
Rivals‘ Corey Evans thinks two of those schools stand out above the rest: Boston College and Kentucky. In a new mailbag, he predicts that the commitment will ultimately go to the Wildcats, but think those two are the contenders because they’re the only two of the final six that Clarke has taken visits to.
Kentucky. The Wildcats and Boston College are the only two programs that have hosted Terrence Clarke that made his final list and seeing that he is choosing his college home on Sept. 14, unless anything happens unforeseen, UK could be ready to celebrate the commitment of one of the most gifted wings in the 2021 class. And while Clarke has a lot of work to complete if he wants to reclassify and enroll in the 2020 class, I believe the desire is there on both sides to have him on campus next year.
Kentucky has no 2021 commitments yet, but the 2020 class already has five-star BJ Boston Jr. and four-star Cam’Ron Fletcher.
Boston College’s lone commitment is unranked 2020 center Justin Vander Baan.