Kiel Pollard will be a major target from the tight end position for USC in 2019 (Travis Bell/SIDELINE CAROLINA)

USC tight ends coach Bobby Bentley briefed the media Saturday morning following the Gamecocks second practice of fall camp. His biggest news was confirming the presence of transfer running back Tavien Feaster at practice. Feaster was not cleared to practice on Friday. Bentley, who had been the Gamecocks’ running backs coach, said his transition to tight end has gone well and likes the guys he’s working with, including transfer Nick Muse, who is appealing for eligibility for this season. Bentley also touched on his son, quarterback Jake Bentley, and the quick four year career it’s been for him at USC.