2027 prospect Ethan Feaster already has 8 offers
While prospects are still working to make their names known, one athlete out of DeSoto, Texas has already shown he is cut from a different cloth.
Ethan “Boobie” Feaster of McCowan Middle School already holds eight division one offers from the likes of Louisville, Ole Miss, TCU, Texas Tech, Arkansas State, Austin Peay, Incarnate Word and Morgan State.
He showed his already sharp skills during 7v7 season, then carried over those talents to camps this summer. Feaster said he attended Texas Tech, Stephen F. Austin, Baylor and Texas A&M’s prospect camps.
“I enjoyed them all,” Feaster said. “Beating out the best to just be told by some you just so young, but I’m grateful and patient.”
Those who have followed Feaster on social media know that is nothing new: he’s routinely challenging himself by going up against older athletes.
“I honestly feel I’m the best and can’t be guarded,” Feaster said. “I work hard to outwork the work.
“It’s not just about the field work but watching film to see what works for different receivers against different types of defensive backs.”
Feaster has been training with a number of trainers in the Dallas metro area including D Rob at WR and Johnathan Wade at DB
“I’ve been working on my speed,” Feaster said. “As a wide receiver dropping my hips in cuts, my Footwork, my back shoulder catches, and at DB my angles cutting the receiver off.”
Speed is already a key component of Feaster’s game.
His PR for DeSoto Nitro club track in the 2022 outdoor season was an 11.21 in late May according to athletic.net
“I run track to get faster for football,” Feaster said. “It’s been Great training with Nitro and Coach B and Coach Sho.”
Feaster is incredibly gifted not only on the field, but off it as well.
His Twitter bio lists that he has a 3.8 GPA. He strives to be a role model for younger receivers in the DEA Dragons youth football program, and even had his own video podcast for several episodes.
“I was asked by Kiva Rush of What Ya Heart Beat Like,” Feaster said. “Me, my Mom and Pops discussed it and thought it would be good to help me with my major in college.”
Already working for college both academically and athletically, Feaster is setting high goals for his freshman year of high school next year.
“Next year I have a goal of starting varsity and being one of the best receivers in the country early,” Feaster said. “Go to these camps, continue to prove I won’t fall off.
“Also take my Pre-SAT classes so I can have that out the way by my senior year.”
Some say they are built different. “Boobie” Feaster is.