"Alabama and Mississippi State are showing interest in me," said Feazell. "And there are a few others."
He understands the importance of receiving recruiting interest so early in his high school career.
"As a sophomore, that is pretty good so I feel pretty good about it," said Feazell. "I'm just going to continue to work."
Mississippi State has been on him for several months.
"Mississippi State started recruiting me this past summer," said Feazell.
He has already formed a friendship with the Mississippi State coach recruiting him, George Brooks.
"Mississippi State's coach, Coach Brooks, talks to me about my grades and to keep working hard in the gym," said Feazell. "He is a real nice man."
He made note of some things that he is working to improve.
"I am working on my post moves and getting my shot," said Feazell. "My jump shot is good but I'm still working on it. I'm also working on my (shot block) timing. I'm steadily working in the gym every day."
One aspect of his game that he has great confidence in is his passing.
"Coaches and scouts tell me that I am a great passer," said Feazell. "I'm good at getting my teammates the ball when they open."
Keep it on Scout.com and GenesPage.com as we continue to follow the recruitment of this very talented member of the class of 2017.