UF’s Callaway cleared to use facilities and take classes
Published on Tuesday, 6/7/16, at 12:43 p.m. Eastern.
When Florida head coach Jim McElwain faced the media last week at the SEC’s annual spring meetings in SanDestin, he had no update on the indefinite suspension of rising sophomore wide receiver Antonio Callaway.
That changed late this morning when Callaway’s attorney Huntley Johnson told the Gainesville Sun’s Robbie Andreu via e-mail that Callaway has been cleared to attend summer classes and use the team’s facilities.
Johnson also added this in the e-mail, “We are working through the process that the University has in place to reach a final resolution in this matter.There will be no further comment at that this time.”
Callaway accounted for seven touchdowns and 1,213 all-purpose yards as a true freshman in 2015. His game-winning TD catch on fourth-and-14 was the catalyst in the Gators’ comeback win at home vs. Tennessee. He also had punt returns for TDs at LSU and vs. Alabama in Atlanta.