Ethan “Boobie” Feaster is a talented Wide Receiver in the Class of 2027 who will be attending Desoto High School in Desoto, Texas next year. Ethan is an opponents nightmare with his frame being 6’1 173 lb receiver that can do it all. With the combination of speed, height, and hands, Feaster has already received offers from Ole Miss, TCU, SMU, Texas Tech, Louisville, and other schools. As “Boobie” enters the high school level, he is bound to mark himself as one of the best at his position.
Here is Ethan “Boobie” Feaster’s highlights.
1. When did you start playing football?
I have been playing since 4 years old. At 9, I started playing competitively by playing AU All Star games.
2. Have you played other sports outside of football?
I run track.
3. Where did you get the name “Boobie” from?
The movie “Friday Night Lights”… When I was younger, the team was down a point and I was like “If you want to win, put Boobie in”.
4. Is there a NCAA/NFL player that you would compare yourself to?
I’m a mixture of Stefon Diggs route running and Devante Adams go up and catch the football.
5. What skills do you have that sets yourself from the other players?
My work ethic. My receivers coach tells me to catch 100 balls during practice.
6. Do you have a favorite football moment in your young career?
“The next one.”
7. Who pushes you to be better through your football journey?
My dad and mother. I want to buy them a house next to me one day.
8. Do you have a preference on the offensive or defensive side of the ball and why?
I rather play Wide Receiver, but if they need me to play Defensive Back I will still lockdown somebody.
9. What are your goals while playing at Desoto?
I want to be the receiving leader at Desoto and to have one of the best seasons as a freshman in school history.
11. How do you succeed as a teammate?
I’m always going to be a team leader. I’m not a selfish teammate and I always want all my other teammates to win.
12. Do you have a certain every gameday ritual?
When I wakeup, an hour before my game, and right before we start I pray.
13. What are future colleges getting out you?
They are getting a disciplined, hard working, team player and someone who will be there for teammates.