Spartanburg junior RB Tavien Feaster was in Athens last week for Georgia’s game with Auburn. Both schools are recruiting hard along with Clemson and it was his first chance to see the Bulldogs in person this season.
“It was a good experience,” he said. “I really like how they’ve got things set up down there. I knew that they ran the ball but the size of those guys you can tell they put in work every day. That’s what really stood out to me. Coach McClendon is a great coach because he coaches all those guys and all those guys are doing great. Every running back that he puts in is having success this season.”
Feaster said the Georgia coaches are telling him by the time he gets there they will only have Sony Michel and Nick Chubb at tailback so there would be plenty of room for him.
Feaster has no plans for a visit this weekend but plans to be at Clemson for the USC game. He also visited there for the North Carolina game. Feaster said he’s in contact with Clemson coaches every week.
“Pretty much the same thing, they want me me to come back down there to visit for a game since I haven’t been down there in a while.” Feaster said he’s not having contact from USC right now.
Feaster has also been to Auburn. He’s also hearing from Tennessee, North Carolina, Florida State and several others. “I’m still just pretty open. I talk to a lot of colleges every day and it’s pretty open right now.” Feaster said he doesn’t have a favorite.
He plans to narrow his list going into his senior season. He’s not sure when he’ll make his decision.
“When I feel like everything is said and done and I’ve visited enough places to know where I want to be and where I want to spend the next four years of my life.”