Two more McDonald’s All-Americans will be Kentucky Wildcats next fall.

Thursday 2020 Kentucky signees B.J. Boston and Terrance Clarke were named to the McDonald’s All-American team and will travel to Houston, Texas for the highly anticipated game on April 1.

With two players making the cut, Kentucky joins Duke and North Carolina as the only programs with multiple selections.

Boston is ranked as the nation’s sixth-best prospect for 2020, according to the ESPN 100 list. He is a five-star prospect who will come to Lexington from Chatsworth, California. Boston picked Kentucky over Auburn, Duke and Florida.

Clarke is close behind Boston as he’s ranked eighth in the ESPN 100. He is also a five-star small forward and comes from Boston, Massachusetts. Clarke opted for John Calipari and the Wildcats over Boston College, Duke, Memphis Texas Tech and UCLA. 

The duo joins a long list of current and former Wildcats to earn one of the highest honors for any high school basketball players.

The full 2020 McDonald’s All-American rosters can be found here.

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