Missouri’s roster reportedly is experiencing some change.
As reported by Power Mizzou’s Gabe DeArmond on Tuesday, linebacker T.J. Warren, wide receiver Raymond Wingo and defensive back Jerod Alton are transferring from the program. In addition, offensive lineman Pompey Coleman is retiring from football for medical reasons. Coleman sustained a broken leg as a senior in high school, per DeArmond.
#Mizzou football roster updates: T.J. Warren, Raymond Wingo and Jerod Alton are transferring. OL Pompey Coleman is retiring from football for medical reasons as a result of a broken leg suffered as a senior in high school.
— Gabe DeArmond (@GabeDeArmond) February 20, 2018
None of the losses are significant for the Tigers, who finished 7-6 last season with a loss to Texas in the Texas Bowl. Warren and Alton played sparingly in 2017, and the others didn’t make a large impact for Missouri.
The Tigers are 11-14 in two seasons under coach Barry Odom.