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Rahshawn Clark, Federal Way 4-star prospect, wants to be No. 1 athlete in the country

Federal Way High School (Washington) star Rahshawn Clark is hoping to jump from top-100 prospect nationally to five-star status with a big spring and summer

The class of 2024 is again loaded in the state of Washington.

O'Dea boasts a pair of five-star recruits - offensive lineman Isendre Ahfua and running back Jason Brown - and Yelm linebacker Brayden Platt has already even invited to the All-American Bowl.

Sitting at No. 4 in 247Sports' state rankings is Federal Way High School two-way star Rahshawn Clark, a top-100 prospect who is a bluechip talent on both sides of the ball.

Rated as the nation's No. 14 athlete with offers from Arizona, Michigan State, Oregon, Utah, Washington and others, Clark isn't satisfied.

The 6-foot, 180-pound playmaker wants to continue to get better and establish himself as the No. 1 athlete in the country.

Recently, at the Northwest Showcase at Western Oregon, he discussed his goals for the summer and talked a little bit about how his recruitment is going lately.