Tavien Feaster has transferred to South Carolina from Clemson, the running back announced on his Instagram account Monday afternoon.
Gamecock head coach Will Muschamp seemed to confirm the news, tweeting a “Spurs Up!” shortly after.
The 5-11, 200-pound Feaster will be immediately eligible to play for the Gamecocks as a graduate transfer.
Feaster, a Spartanburg product, will step into a ground attack that rushed for 1,996 yards (4.5 yards per carry) last season, a clip that ranked 12th in the 14-team SEC. Feaster had 222 carries for 1,330 yards and 15 touchdowns in three seasons with the Tigers.
Dowdle, who has dealt with numerous injuries during his Gamecock career, rushed for 654 yards last season, while Turner, who will also see time at defensive back this season, rushed for 294. Denson rushed for 432.
Feaster was considered a four-star prospect and the 29th-best player in the country when he signed with the Tigers in 2016. He averaged six yards per carry during his career at Clemson.
Gamecock players report to fall camp on Thursday and have their first practice on Friday.