Small forward Terrence Clarke has announced he is headed to Kentucky. Clarke, the No. 4 prospect in the Class of 2021, is expected to reclassify into the Class of 2020.
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Lance Ware and Terrence Clarke committed to Kentucky during a busy 48-hour stretch for John Calipari's program. Here's how they'll fit.
- Kentucky gets SF Clarke, No. 4 prospect in 2021
- Lance Ware gives Kentucky its 3rd Top-50 recruit
- UK lands Fletcher, 2nd top-50 recruit in 2 weeks
- Kentucky lands Boston, No. 7 recruit for 2020
New Jersey forward Lance Ware committed to Kentucky on Thursday, giving the Wildcats their third top-50 recruit in the 2020 class. The 6-foot-8 Ware is ranked No. 42 in the ESPN 100.
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Kentucky coach John Calipari understands his son's reasoning for entering the transfer portal after graduating in three years. "The ideal thing would be for him to have more of an opportunity here," Calipari said, "but you know ..."
John Calipari's son, Brad, has entered the transfer portal to leave Kentucky, sources told ESPN.
This Just In
Kentucky's Brad Calipari, son of coach John Calipari, entered the transfer portal on Thursday morning, sources told ESPN. The school has not released a statement regarding Calipari's decision, which was first reported by AL.com. Calipari made 15 appearances as a freshman and 12 appearances as a sophomore before redshirting last season.
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