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Tavien Feaster in Williams-Brice today during Muschamp Thursday camp 

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Tavien Feaster in Williams-Brice today during Muschamp Thursday camp 

June 13, 2019

But Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp, flanked by assistant Kyle Krantz, zeroed in on someone not playing. The went to Tavien Feaster. The former 4 star Clemson running back was with the 7-on-7 team from his high school, Spartanburg. He announced plans to grad transfer earlier this offseason.

The Gamecocks and Virginia Tech are most likely places where RB Tavien Feaster will land. Feaster will finish up classes and graduate during the summer.

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Feaster stats while at Clemson. Feaster ran for 1,330 yards and 15 touchdowns in his three seasons at Clemson. His best year was in the 2017 campaign when he posted 669 at 6.3 yards per carry. Coming out of Spartanburg High School, he was the No. 29 player in the country in his class according to the 247Sports Composite rankings that factor in all recruiting networks. He was named the state’s Mr. Football after the 2015 season.

The Gamecocks currently have no open spaces in their 2019 class, having signed the full 25 players that can be counted toward it. They would, however, be able to add a player in August and count him toward the 2020 25-man initial scholarship limit.

Muschamp is retuning three of his top four rushers from each of the past two seasons. But from the group of A.J. Turner, Rico Dowdle and Mon Denson, no player has stepped up and taken control of the top running back spot. All three ran for between 294 and 654 yards last season.

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