Update: Clark wound up getting his offer from Kentucky after he met with the coaching staff Thursday night. 

"mannn what a week it’s been," he said as he shared the news. "blessings on blessings. huge honor to receive an offer from Kentucky. thank you to Coach Calipari, Coach Justus, Coach Payne, and Coach Barbee for believing in me. i am honored. all glory to God."

Original story follows: 

While he's not yet taken the court for Brentwood Academy, rising junior Skyy Clark is already garnering plenty of attention locally. 

The five-star combo guard has already tried to make himself known in the community. He's organized a cleaning the Metro courthouse after damage was done during recent riots and led a prayer vigil in wake of the George Floyd killing and subsequent protests. 

Now he's pulled in an offer from one of the top basketball programs in the country. 

Clark shared on Twitter that he'd been offered from the University of North Carolina. 

"very honored to be offered by UNC," he said in a Tweet. "thank you very much to Coach Roy Williams and Coach Steve Robinson. this is a HUGE blessing. thank you again! all glory to God." 

Per 247 Sports, he already has offers from many top programs in the country, including Kansas, Arizona, Tennessee, Gonzaga, Michigan and UCLA. He's the site's 18th-best player in the country for 2022 and the second-best in the state. 

A report from Rivals' Travis Graf says that the entire Kentucky men's basketball staff will be meeting with Clark Thursday, hinting an offer could be looming there. 

Clark will spend his remaining two years of preps eligibility at BA before graduating in 2022. 

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