A consensus top 50 player nationally…played in U.S. Army All-American game…first-team USA Today All-American…ranked as No. 14 player in the nation by 247 Sports, he is the No. 1 running back and No. 1 player in South Carolina…ranked No. 27 overall player by Scout.com, No. 38 by Tom Lemming and No. 57 by Prep Star…ranked as No. 53 player by ESPN, the fifth best running back and the top player in the state of South Carolina… voted Mr. Football in the state of South Carolina for 2015 and Mr. Track as a junior in Spring of 2015…Gatorade Track Athlete of the Year in South Carolina as a junior…played for South Carolina in the Shrine Bowl…as a senior had 1121 yards rushing and scored 10 touchdowns…had 64-976 and 12 touchdowns as a receiver…as a junior, Feaster had 133 carries for 1153 yards and 15 touchdowns, and 45 receptions for 1016 yards and 11 scores…so he had at least 1000 yards rushing and receiving during 2014 season…almost did it as a senior with 1121 rushing and 976 receiving…In the 2014 state title game, he rushed for 130 yards and two touchdowns on 26 carries, and also had five receptions for 132 yards and a touchdown…had a 44-yard interception return on defensive side of the ball in 2014…. as a sophomore, he had 171 carries for 1,429 yards and 15 touchdowns on the ground and 44 receptions for 723 yards and 12 touchdowns…for his career in 37 games, had 459 rushes for 3703 yards and 40 touchdowns…had 153 receptions for 2715 yards and 35 touchdowns…scored 78 total touchdowns in his career…had six games in his career in which he had at least 100 yards rushing and 100 yards receiving…had five games with at least 200 yards from scrimmage as a sophomore…went over 200 yards from scrimmage in each of his last three games as a junior...finished career with 6,562 all-purpose yards and 6,418 yards from scrimmage, an average of 173.5 yards per game…. Mr. Track in the State of South Carolina as a junior…all-region in track from eighth grade through junior year…all-state all four of those years…a four-year region champion and the state champion in the 100-meter dash and 200 (21.29) as a sophomore and junior…has state record in 200 at 21.11 and the 100 meters at 10.42…4A Track Athlete of the Year as a sophomore and junior….from same high school as former NFL and Auburn running back Stephen Davis…played his high school football for Chris Miller at Spartanburg High School…ran track for Glover Smiley….selected Clemson over offers from South Carolina, Tennessee, Auburn and Georgia…recruited by Jeff Scott and Tony Elliott.
Mickey Plyler on Feaster: I saw Feaster in person several times as a sophomore and junior. He is one of the most dynamic playmakers this state has seen in the last five seasons. Feaster has a burst. He has a tremendous acceleration and top end speed. Feaster is also a good receiver out of the back field. My only concerns are the nagging injuries he had as a senior.
Reminds Plyler of: Straight line speed of Kenny Flowers. Hands of Terrrence Flagler
Clemson offered on 9/5/2013 and he committed to 2/04/15. He has sprinter speed, good balance, excellent change of direction and great ball skills catching passes out of the backfield.
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As a junior, Feaster had 133 carries for 1153 yards and fifteen touchdowns and 45 receptions for 1016 yds and eleven touchdowns despite having an injured shoulder for most of the year. In the 2014 state title game, he rushed for 130 yards and two touchdowns on 26 carries. He also had five receptions for 132 yards and a touchdown and a 44 yard interception return. He was the state champion in the 100 meter dash (10.59) and 200 (21.29). As a sophomore, he had 171 carries for 1429 yards and 15 touchdowns on the ground and 44 receptions for 723 yards and 12 touchdowns.
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