Tavien Feaster with his mom and dad
Social-media and websites from both schools went wild with speculation that the 5-star commit would flip to Tennessee. However, it appears it was much ado about nothing.
"He's earned every scholarship offer and very thankful for it and he's not the only athlete that's taken a visit to be sure of himself and he won't be the last. If me and his mom didn't love Clemson as well, I am pretty sure he wouldn't have made an early decision," said Feaster's father.
Tavien Feaster tweeted the following on Tuesday afternoon - "I'm committed to Clemson."
As a junior on the gridiron, 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.