Jacob Feeley profile
Being the son of a coach can be a unique and challenging position for a young man to be in, but Feeley reports that he is capable of handling all that goes along with it.
"It's some added pressure, but it's always positive," said Feeley. "I always want to do my best, because he is always on me about something.
"It makes me want to work harder, because I know he knows what he's talking out.
"I just want to do a good job and help the team."
Some guys are ball carriers and some guys are tacklers, but Feeley is a sled pusher who enjoys making plays along the offensive front wall.
"It's a privilege to be out here blocking for these running backs," said Feeley of his All-Star peers. "Our quarterbacks Wes (Windham) and Parker (Adamson) are great.
"All of these players are all high quality guys and it's a pleasure to get to block for them."
The state of Mississippi has produced several talented offensive linemen for the 2013 signing class.
Feeley recognizes that some talented players are sitting at home this week, while he is getting ready to play in the Mississippi/Alabama All-Star game.
"All of this is a big honor," said Feeley of his selection. "There aren't a lot of people that picked for this and I am happy to represent Picayune.
"We don't always get a lot of publicity down there, so it's a nice honor to be able to represent them up here."
Feeley is still considering his recruiting options at this time.
East Mississippi, Hinds Community College, Jones County and Mississippi Gulf Coast have all offered.