Five-star guard Terrence Clarke committed to Kentucky and will reclassify to the Class of 2020, he told multiple media outlets on Saturday.
"I'm committing to the University of Kentucky because basically just the environment and everybody that's there," Clarke told 247Sports. "They have welcomed me ever since last year. I just felt the atmosphere that I wanted to be there."
He chose coach John Calipari's program over Duke, UCLA, Texas Tech, Memphis and Boston College.
The updated 247Sports composite lists the 6-foot-7 Clarke as the nation's No. 1 shooting guard in the 2020 class and the No. 4 overall prospect.
From Boston, Clarke plays at Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, N.H.
He becomes the highest-ranked commit in Kentucky's 2020 class, joining five-star guard BJ Boston Jr. and four-star forwards Lance Ware and Cam'Ron Fletcher.
With Clarke's commitment, Kentucky passed Virginia for the No. 1 2020 recruting class, according to 247Sports.