ATLANTA — Florida wide receiver Demarcus Robinson isn’t sure if he’ll be a Gator next season.
After a 29-15 loss to Alabama in the SEC Championship game, Robinson spoke with the media about his future in Gainesville.
“I’m still going to evaluate. I love this team,” Robinson told a group of reporters.
Robinson, who didn’t record a catch against Alabama, is the team’s leading receiver with 47 catches for 505 yards and two touchdowns this season. He led Florida with 53 catches for 810 yards and seven touchdowns last season.
He’s had his troubles throughout his time at Florida, though.
Last Saturday marked the fourth time he has been suspended from the team. In 2013, he missed the Tennessee game for a violation of team rules. Later on in that season, he missed the final two games because of another violation of team rules. Though the game was rained out, he was suspended for the 2014 season opener because of a university sanction.
Robinson and the Gators await their fate on Sunday to see which bowl game they will play in. It could be Robinson’s final game for Florida.