Elliott: Feaster coming on strong

Clemson co-offensive coordinator and running backs coach Tony Elliott spoke to the media following the Tigers’ practice Wednesday, and said there hasn’t been any separation in the running back battle through the first six practices of fall camp.

However, Elliott noted that sophomore Tavien Feaster has made a move in the competition of late.

“I feel like Tavien has come on the last couple of days,” Elliott said. “I thought (Adam) Choice shot out of the gate. His first couple days were really good, and then (C.J.) Fuller has just been steady. But also I think Tavien is putting a little bit of pressure on them.”

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