Florida has issued a statement regarding an incident involving Gators WR Antonio Callaway over the weekend. On May 13, Callaway was cited for marijuana possession during a traffic stop in Gainesville.
“Coach (Jim McElwain) is aware of it and it is being dealt with,” the statement read.
According a police report obtained by SEC Country’s Ryan Young, Callaway had seven grams of marijuana in his pants and another 5.4 grams in his car.
Callaway has a court date set for June 6 in the Alachua County Criminal Courthouse.
The Florida receiver has been in trouble before, as he was named in a Title IX lawsuit last year, though he was found not to be responsible for any wrongdoing.
The junior caught 54 passes for 721 yards and 3 touchdowns last season. He has 1,399 receiving yards in his two years with the Gators.