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Barnstormers add CB LaVar Stepter

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Iowa Barnstormers have signed defensive back LaVar Stepter. He’ll be entering his fifth season in the Arena Football League.

He began his AFL career with the Quad City Steamwheelers in the af2. He spent three seasons there, where he was a key contributor on the team’s defense.


He had 96 tackles, eight pass break-ups, four forced fumbles and an interception.

As a free agent, he signed with the Milwaukee Iron, also in the af2. During Week 2, he was awarded the af2 Defensive Player of the Week after having eight tackles and two interceptions against the Mahoning Valley Thunder.

He’ll join 35 other players, who will compete for a spot on the team. The Barnstormers will kick off their season with the Spokane Shock on Friday, March 25th.


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