If you missed the news, Florida standout receiver Antonio Callaway was reportedly cited for marijuana possession over the weekend.
Callaway was in a car with another passenger after being pulled over by police Saturday night. Police smelled marijuana coming from the car and decided to search the vehicle. Upon searching the vehicle, police found 12 grams of marijuana, seven of which was found on Callaway. Neither Callaway or the other passenger was arrested, only cited following the incident.
According to a statement released by Florida, head coach Jim McElwain is aware of the situation. No potential punishment has been announced at this time.
UF statement on #Gators star Antonio Callaway: ‘Coach Mac is aware of it and it is being dealt with.’
— Edgar Thompson (@osgators) May 18, 2017
Callaway has caught 89 passes for 1,399 yards and seven touchdowns for the Gators combined during his first two seasons on campus. He is projected to be among the SEC’s best receivers next season and the team’s No. 1 outside threat.