GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Wide receiver Antonio Callaway is back on campus at the University of Florida, but he hasn’t rejoined the Gators football team just yet.
Callaway’s suspension for a student code of conduct violation has been modified, according to a Tuesday press release from his attorney, Huntley Johnson. The modification allows Callaway to now attend classes and use Florida’s football facilities.
Callaway hasn’t been able to do either since January, and Gators coach Jim McElwain said last week that his star wideout wasn’t registered for summer courses.
“We are working through the process that the University has in place to reach a final resolution in this matter,” Johnson said.
Last season, Callaway set the school record for most receiving yards by a true freshman (678).
There has no been no update on the status of former starting quarterback Treon Harris, who was suspended along with Callaway and hasn’t been with the team for the past six months.
Zach Abolverdi is the Florida beat writer for SEC Country and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.Follow @ZachAbolverdi