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Ford Sports Performance, a Seattle-based sports performance training facility and elite 7-on-7 program, brought a select group of its top athletes to the University of Oregon for unofficial visits on Thursday.

They did not return home empty-handed.

While the headliners of the group, 2024 O'Dea High School five-star prospects Isendre Ahfua (offensive line) and Jason Brown (athlete), already held offers from Dan Lanning's program, a trio of FSP athletes picked up Oregon offers as well.

2024 four-star athlete Rahshawn Clark, out of Federal Way High School, added an offer.

The 6-foot, 180-pound defensive back is rated the nation's No. 14 athlete and the No. 94 overall prospect. 

2024 Puyallup wide receiver Malachi Durant also picked up an offer.

The fast-rising 6-foot-2, 160-pound pass-catcher entered the day with a lone offer from Florida Atlantic, but is widely believed to be one of the Northwest's premier breakout candidates over the next several months.

Class of 2024 O'Dea defensive back Kyan McDonald picked up his first offer from the Ducks.

The 5-foot-10, 155-pound cornerback is yet another Washington prospect whose stock has skyrocketed in recent months.

Overall, FSP CEO Tracy Ford had high praise for the trip.

"Amazing," he said. "The hospitality and energy there is phenomenal. It feels like a second home to me and I think the players in our program felt that same love. With adding Junior Adams, Tosh Lupoi, Demetrice Martin, Kenny Dillingham, Matt Powledge, coach (Adrian) Klemm to that staff it really brings that family atmosphere. 

"Mario (Cristobal) did a (heck) of a job building a solid platform and I definitely think Dan Lanning will take it to the next level. I’d be really surprised if they don’t get a folk of Washington kids driving down I-5 South." 

FSP has worked with many of the Northwest's top prospects in recent years, so Ford also used the trip as a chance to catch up with two former pupils, wide receiver Troy Franklin and linebacker Keith Brown: