We have some unfortunate news to share as five-star Kentucky commit Skyy Clark has just announced he recently suffered a tough injury.

The Florida native recently tore his ACL but appears to be in good spirits and is already on the road to making a full recovery.

“To all those that support and show me love all around the country it saddens me to say that I have suffered an injury to the ACL,” Clark posted on Friday morning. “I will not be participating in anymore basketball events for a few months as I go through process of healing, recovery and rehabilitation! I’ve gotten great news from one of the top surgeons in the world that my left leg will come back STRONGER than ever and this will not affect my decision to attend Montverde Academy this fall and the University Of Kentucky in 2022.”

Clark is rated as the No. 3 point guard prospect in the country and the No. 13 overall recruit in the 2022 recruiting cycle according to 247Sports Composite Rankings.

Clark is currently the only prospect committed to Kentucky in the 2022 recruiting cycle.