The Oregon Ducks are set to host an impressive collection of visitors this weekend for the spring game.
But Dan Lanning's program will also get an impressive visitor haul rolling into Eugene on Thursday as well.
Ford Sports Performance, a Seattle-based training program with an elite 7-on-7 team, is bringing many of its top athletes to Eugene.
Tracy Ford, CEO of FSP, provided a list of the headliners:
The nation's No. 1 interior offensive lineman already holds offers from Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Oregon, Penn State, Texas, USC and Washington.
Ahfua will end up as one of the most heavily-recruited Washington high school football prospects ever.
The 5-foot-10, 194-pound playmaker can play both the running back and cornerback position at the collegiate level.
In some years, Clark would be the No. 1 prospect in the state with ease.
The 6-foot, 180-pound two-way star is rated the nation's No. 94 overall prospect, No. 14 athlete and No. 4 in Washington, behind Ahfua, Brown and rising four-star linebacker Brayden Platt, who visited Oregon individually earlier this month.
The 6-foot-3, 285-pound interior lineman holds offers from California, Oregon, Oregon State, Texas A&M, USC, Washington and Washington State.
The 6-foot-2, 160-pound pass-catcher has a chance to grow - and pop.