Report: Suspended Florida WR can now take classes on campus, use school facilities
Though he remains indefinitely suspended from the football team, it seems like things are beginning to look up for Florida sophomore wide receiver Antonio Callaway. Per multiple reports, Callaway’s suspension has been modified so that he can attend classes on campus and is now free to use the program’s facilities to work out.
Per Huntley Johnson, #Gators WR Antonio Callaway can now attend classes on campus and use school facilities. Story coming.
— Matt Baker (@MBakerTBTimes) June 7, 2016
Callaway has been off campus for months, and coach Jim McElwain recently said at SEC spring meetings in Destin that he was not enrolled for the Summer A semester, but that his status was being “handled.”
Suspended indefinitely since January for an alleged student conduct code violation, Callaway caught 35 passes for 678 yards and four touchdowns during the 2015 season. He also recorded two scores via punt returns.