It’s possible that we may have seen the last of Florida wide receiver Demarcus Robinson in a Gators uniform.
Robinson, who was suspended from the team shortly before the Florida State game for an undisclosed reason, has not been reinstated yet.
Jim McElwain echoed what he said after his post-game press conference Saturday night. It’s going to come down to whether or not his peers want him back.
“I’m going to visit with the seniors, and they’ll determine what direction we’ll go,” McElwain said during his Monday press conference.
Senior tight end Jake McGee was asked about Robinson’s status, but he didn’t give much information.
“I think we’re going to talk about it today,” McGee said. “We’ll keep it in house.”
Robinson’s suspension on Saturday marked the fourth time that 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 due to a university sanction.
If Robinson doesn’t return for the SEC championship game, it’s likely that he’ll declare for the NFL draft and move on from the program.