Former Oklahoma State tight end Jamal Mosley is considering transferring to Tennessee and could visit Knoxville as early as Friday, according to a source close to the situation.
Mosley left Oklahoma State this week citing personal reasons. He was listed as the Cowboys’ starter for Saturday’s game against Georgia.
According to court documents obtained by ESPN, Mosley is under a restraining order filed last week in Payne County Court by Kayla Elizabeth Starks. It is not clear if that situation led to Mosley's abrupt departure.
"Jamal Mosley is leaving our football team for personal reasons," Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said in a prepared statement. "He has been a good teammate and we wish him the best. We will have no further comment on the matter."
Gundy told reporters this summer that Mosley was in good standing with the team following a charge of misdemeanor marijuana possession on June 17, ESPN.com reported.
The 6-foot-4, 254-pounder from Memphis caught five passes for 57 yards in 2008 as a freshman. He attended Kingsbury High School.