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Arizona flips 3-star athlete Rahshawn Clark from Cal

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The Arizona Wildcats are continuing to build out their 2024 class as the Early Signing Period is looming in the very near future.

Monday was very successful for the Wildcats as they added JUCO defensive lineman Bryce Butler and Tennessee transfer safety Jack Luttrell in the morning. And they weren’t done there.

Monday afternoon, 3-star Seattle-based athlete Rahshawn Clark announced his decision to commit to Arizona after previously being pledged to Cal.

Clark, who plays at Garfield High School in Seattle, is a dynamic athlete on both sides of the ball. He is shifty and explosive on offensive, causing issues for defending defensive backs who are trying to bring him down. His speed and explosiveness shines bright on kick returns and swing passes with him in space. Clark, however, is coming to Tucson as a corner. He is just as explosive, with very good closing speed and great play recognition as some of the attributes that make him stand out.

Clark committed to Cal at the beginning of July and announced his flip after he took an official visit to Arizona this past weekend. He ended up choosing the ‘Cats over 13 other offers: Cal, Colorado, Michigan State, Oregon, Louisville, Oregon State, Utah, Washington, and Washington State to name a few.

Clark is ranked as a 3-star in the 247Sports Composite Rankings and is a 4-star in 247’s internal rankings. In the Composite, he comes in as the No. 641 player nationally, No. 48 athlete, and the 8th-best player in Washington.

See below for his senior season highlights: