Will Muschamp continues to stockpile highly-touted personnel for his new coaching staff.
The latest is David Feeley, who will serve as an assistant strength coach at South Carolina, according to FortWayne.com’s Tom Davis.
Feeley has been in charge of Ball State’s strength program for the past half-decade. He relocates to Columbia, S.C., and reunites with South Carolina director of strength Jeff Dillman, who has known Feeley since 2006, when Feeley was at UNLV and Dillman was at Appalachian State.
Feeley faced uncertain job security after his boss, Ball State coach Pete Lembo, accepted an assistant coaching position at Maryland.
“It was a shock,” Feeley said, according to Davis. “Luckily, I was able to land on my feet.”
Feeley worked at Florida International from 2008-10 and was a part of Ball State’s nine- and 10-win seasons in 2012 and 2013.
Feeley is the latest member of South Carolina’s revamped strength and conditioning department, which along with Dillman added former Gamecocks lineman Cedric Williams.