Feaster goes to camp

Four-star Tavien Feaster, the No. 2 running back in the class of 2016, spent over 24 hours in Clemson this weekend.

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Feaster showed up for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp on Saturday morning before heading back home to Spartanburg on Sunday.

The No. 19 overall player in the country spoke with CUTigers shortly after his trip was finished.

"It was good. They taught me a couple of things that I can work on. It helped me develop myself to be a better player," Feaster said.

He participated in both of Saturday's workouts then watched from the sidelines as camp wrapped up on Sunday morning.

During Saturday's practices, Clemson running backs coach Tony Elliott focused much of his attention on Feaster, who has offers from nearly every major program in the country. That was important for Feaster.

"It helps. It's one thing to get recruited by a person, but not knowing how they coach. Just seeing how [Elliott] coaches, that was a good experience," he said.

When it came time for recruiting pitches, the message from the Clemson coaching staff was loud and clear.

"They just showed me they were all in and they really want me here at Clemson," Feaster said.

The 6-foot, 190-pound prospect has yet to set any further plans for the summer.

"I have no clue," he said. "I'm just kind of planning it as it goes along."

As a sophomore, Feaster rushed for over 1,500 yards and had over 700 yards receiving with 28 total touchdowns.

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