Clemson RB Tavien Feaster has actually gotten quite a bit of work over the past three years, carrying the ball 222 times for 1,330 yards and 15 touchdowns.

However, with Travis Etienne returning to lead the way for the Tigers this fall, Feaster felt he was better off exploring his graduate transfer options.

As you can see below, Rivals reporter Woody Wommack tweeted that Alabama and Mississippi State have both been in contact with the Clemson back:

Per Wommack, Texas, Oklahoma, Virginia Tech and East Carolina have also been in contact with him, but he hasn’t set up official visits yet.

If he goes to Alabama or Mississippi State, he’ll likely continue to be a backup, so it’ll be interesting to see what school he chooses.