Skyy Clark just might be the next prospect to pick an HBCU.
At least that’s what you have to hope if you are Tennessee State. The talented 2022 combo guard released his top eight schools on Friday, and TSU was in the number.
Also making Clark’s list were: Memphis, North Carolina, Kentucky, Michigan, UCLA, Oregon and USC. According to 247Sports, Clark is allegedly considering re-classifying to the Class of 2021.
“First and foremost I want to thank each and every school that has been involved in my recruitment, I’m truly blessed to be looked at in such high regard for my basketball talents,” Clark tweeted. “Thank you for your time and energy.
The 6’2 guard is a native of Minneapolis and a cousin of former Minnesota Viking Dante Culpepper. He started his high school career at Heritage Christian High School in Northridge, Calif.
Clark’s next destination is Brentwood Academy in Nashville, home of Tennessee State. Of course, Skyy Clark isn’t the only top prospect with eyes on Tennessee State.
Last month, TSU landed on the top 10 list of Mikey Williams, one of the top prospects in the 2023 class. TSU was one of five HBCUs Williams had on his list.