Terrence Clarke Biography – Terrence Clarke Wiki
Terrence Clarke was an American basketball player. Clarke played college basketball for the Kentucky Wildcats. He had just finished his freshman season at the University of Kentucky and was preparing for the 2021 NBA Draft. He was a consensus five-star recruit and one of the best shooting guards in the class of 2020. Clarke completed his high school career at Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, United States.
The Boston native attended Brewster Academy. Clarke was a member of the Brewster Academy team that won the 2019 National Prep Championships and led his team back to the 2020 finals with a 34-3 record before the COVID-19 pandemic canceled the rest of the event. He was The 2020 England Preparatory School Athletic Council AAA Player of the Year. On September 14, 2019, Clarke announced his commitment to the University of Kentucky. At the time of his death, Clarke was a Freshman Pursuing a degree in communication at the University of Kentucky. Clarke Chose Kentucky over Texas Tech, UCLA, Duke, Memphis, and Boston College.
Terrence Clarke Age
Terrence Clarke was born on September 6, 2001, in Boston, Massachusetts. He died on April 22, 2021, in Los Angeles, California, United States. He died at the age of 19 years.
Terrence Clarke Family
Clarke’s parents are Osmine Clarke and Adrian Briggs. He has three siblings, Tatyana Gray, Gavin Clarke, and Madison Adrianne. Clarke’s mother has influenced him the most in his life.
Terrence Clarke Height
He had a standing height of 6 feet 7 inches (2.01 m) tall.
Terrence Clarke Death
Terrence Clarke died on April 22, 2021, in Los Angeles, California, United States after sustaining fatal injuries from a car accident in Los Angeles.
Clarke was 19 years old. The University of Kentucky Athletics Director Mitch Barnhart has mourned Clarke’s death saying that; “We are stunned by this sudden, heartbreaking tragedy, Terrence was a young man who was so full of life and so full of promise. We hurt and grieve with his family, his friends, and his teammates and coaches, and our prayers are with all of them in this unimaginable loss.”
The University of Kentucky head coach John Calipari has also mourned Clarke’s death Calipari said; “I am absolutely gutted and sick tonight, A young person who we all love has just lost his life too soon, one with all of his dreams and hopes ahead of him. Terrence Clarke was a beautiful kid, someone who owned the room with his personality, smile and joy. People gravitated to him, and to hear we have lost him is just hard for all of us to comprehend right now. We are all in shock. Terrence’s teammates and brothers loved him and are absolutely devastated. They know we are here for them for whatever they need.”
“I am on my way to Los Angeles to be with his mother and his brother to help wherever I can. This will be a difficult period for all those who know and love Terrence, and I would ask that everyone take a moment tonight to say a prayer for Terrence and his family. May he rest in peace.” Calipari added.