37 games played, 34-3 overall record, 18.5 points, 5.8 rebounds, three assists per game with a 17/5.7/4.3 line on the always-popular Nike EYBL circuit this past year.
Immanuel Quickley departs, Terrence Clarke enters the fray
Similarly to Devin Askew (who we’ve already discussed here), freshman guard Terrence Clarke arrives in Lexington a year ahead of schedule after reclassifying to leave powerhouse Brewster Academy after his junior season. It doesn’t take long when watching Clarke in action to see why he’s stepping up to the college ranks.
Clarke, who already measures in about 6-foot-7 and a few pounds under 200, has arguably the highest ceiling on this 2020-21 Kentucky roster not just because he’s a flamethrower at times on the floor offensively, but because he’s got an excellent frame with a ton of length and he’s still growing.