Frank Feaster | EDGE | Muhlenberg

#6 Defensive End/Linebacker/Long Snapper
Ht: 6’1”
Wt: 245 lbs.
Hometown: Montvale, New Jersey
Born: September 6, 1997

Scouting Report: Multi-sport athlete…high football IQ…quick and stout defender who plays with leverage and instincts…high motor and tremendous work ethic…ability to play multiple positions increases chance of making a team…team leader.

Defensive End Highlights:

Linebacker Highlights:

Long Snapper & Special Teams Highlights:

School Records:

  • Sacks in a career (34)
  • Sacks in a season (17½)
  • Blocked kicks in a game (2 – tied)

Career Highs:

  • Tackles – 9 vs. Gettysburg, 2019; vs. Johns Hopkins and Randolph-Macon, 2018
  • Solo Tackles – 9 vs. Johns Hopkins, 2018
  • Tackles for Loss – 7½ vs. Randolph-Macon, 2018
  • Sacks – 4 vs. Randolph-Macon, 2018
  • Pass Breakups – 2, four times


  • Lindy’s Pre-Season All-America first team, 2020
  • AP and All-America first team, 2018 and 2019
  • South Region defensive player of the year, 2018 and 2019
  • All-South Region first team, 2018 and 2019
  • Centennial Conference defensive player of the year, 2018 and 2019
  • All-Centennial Conference first team, 2018 and 2019; second team, 2016
  • ECAC defensive player of the year, 2018
  • All-ECAC first team, 2018
  • Centennial Conference defensive player of the week, 2018 and 2019
  • Centennial Conference special teams player of the week, 2019

Career Highlights:


  • Became the first defensive player (fourth overall) in program history named to three All-America teams in the same year
  • Second player named CC defensive player of the year twice
  • Fifth to be named South Region defensive player of the year twice
  • Finished the season ranked in the top 10 among active Division III players in career sacks (third), sacks per game (third) and tackles for loss per game (sixth)
  • Broke Muhlenberg’s school record for career sacks
  • Led the CC by wide margins in sacks and tackles for loss and ranked in the top 20 in Division III in both categories
  • Led the CC with 4 blocked kicks, including a pair of blocked punts vs. Susquehanna
  • Also blocked punt vs. McDaniel and extra point vs. Dickinson
  • Recorded 2½ sacks vs. Susquehanna and in NCAA Tournament win vs. Salisbury
  • Had at least 3 tackles for loss four times, with high of 3½ vs. McDaniel
  • Made season high of 9 tackles (2½ for loss) vs. Gettysburg


  • One of the top defensive players in Division III
  • Led Division III in total sacks and tied for fourth in tackles for loss
  • First Mule defensive player to make All-America first team
  • Also named to AP All-America first team
  • His 7½ tackles for loss vs. Randolph-Macon were the most by any NCAA player at any level in 2018
  • Team-leading 11 pass breakups were the third-most by a Division III lineman
  • Set school record for sacks in a season
  • Third on the Mules in total tackles
  • Recorded at least one TFL in 11 of 13 games
  • Had a monster game vs. Johns Hopkins with 9 solo tackles, 5 TFL and a pair of forced fumbles, one of which resulted in a safety
  • Made 8 stops and forced a fumble in win at Thomas More
  • Recovered a fumble in NCAA Tournament win at Delaware Valley


  • Did not play; missed season due to right elbow surgery in August


  • Played in all 11 games as a tight end
  • Fifth on the team in receptions with 16 catches for 203 yards
  • Caught high of five passes vs. Johns Hopkins
  • Hauled in 37-yard touchdown pass vs. Franklin & Marshall
  • Doubled up as a defensive end for the final three games
  • Recorded two sacks in second half of regular-season finale at Moravian
  • Lacrosse
  • A two-time All-Centennial Conference faceoff specialist for the Mules
  • Holds school records for faceoffs won in a career, season and game and ground balls in a career and season


  • Three-year letter winner and a team captain in football and lacrosse at Bergen Catholic High School
  • All-State player in football and All-Division player in lacrosse
  • Member of silver-medal winner Team USA in 2016 IFAF U19 World Championship in Harbin, China
  • Parents are John and Lucy Feaster
  • Older brother, John Feaster ’17, was a four-year all-conference defensive back for the Mules, and younger brother Michael Feaster is a junior at Muhlenberg
  • Graduated in January 2021 with a BA in Business Administration (marketing concentration)


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