Five-star point guard Skyy Clark decommitted from Kentucky on Saturday, opening up the door for other schools to make a run at the talented prospect.
One of those schools is Oklahoma State, according to Kyle Boone of Pistols Firing. The Montverde Academy has several suitors reaching out after he announced he was no longer planning on rolling with the Wildcats.
The list of other schools that have reached out includes Arizona State, Georgetown, Marquette, Gonzaga, and Vanderbilt among others.
The 6-3 guard was committed to Kentucky since October and signed with the school a few weeks afterward. Now, his decommitment comes in the wake of point guard Sahvir Wheeler looking to return next season, as well as UK adding five-star guards Cason Wallace and Shaedon Sharpe.
If the Cowboys can land Clark, it would help offset the possible loss of Bryce Williams, the possible loss of Isaac Likekele, and Donovan Williams entered the transfer portal this week. If it’s not Clark, OSU will look to add Juco prospect Dantwan Grimes or five-star Anthony Black.