The Missouri football program has announced that starting safety Kaleb Prewett has been suspended indefinitely for an unspecified violation of team rules.
“Kaleb Prewett has been indefinitely suspended from the University of Missouri football program for a violation of team policy. We will continue to gather additional information and work with campus and department leadership to determine his future in our program,” the university announced in a statement.
Prewett started the 2017 season for the Tigers after transferring from Kansas State and sitting out the 2016 season.
The redshirt junior defensive back recorded 60 tackles.
We will update the story with more information on Prewett’s suspension as it becomes available.
Missouri went 7-6 during the 2017 campaign, including a loss to the Texas Longhorns in the Texas Bowl. Missouri kicks off the 2018 college football season on Sept. 1 against UT-Martin.