Robert Steeples Transfer: Mizzou Corner Includes Memphis Among 4 Visits

ST. LOUIS - SEPTEMBER 4: Head coach Gary Pinkel of the University of Missouri Tigers looks on from the sideline against the University of Illinois Fighting Illini during the State Farm Arch Rivalry game on September 4 2010 at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis Missouri. The Tigers defeated the Fighting Illini, 23-13. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

Former Missouri Tigers cornerback Robert Steeples reportedly has a list of four potential destinations, with the Memphis Tigers among them. As a junior, Steeples posted 20 tackles, an interception and 1.5 tackles for loss. With E.J. Gaines, Xavier Smith and Randy Ponder among the Tigers defensive backs looking to capture more playing time this fall, Steeples may have better chances elsewhere.

Now a redshirt senior, Steeples played pretty extensively as a freshman, but hasn't been able to get too many choice snaps since. He came to Mizzou as a Rivals three-star from St. Louis.

For more on Mizzou football, visit Missouri blog Rock M Nation, plus SEC blog Team Speed Kills, SB Nation Kansas City and SB Nation St. Louis.

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