Back in January, Florida Gators quarterback-turned-wide receiver Treon Harris and wide receiver Antonio Callaway were suspended for undisclosed reasons. They have yet to return to the team and now many questions are being raised about their status in Gainesville.
Head coach Jim McElwain spoke with reporters and said that both players are currently “status-quo.” This likely means that they are still a little bit off from actually returning to the team and it could mean even more troubling news for Florida fans.
Harris recently made the change from quarterback to wide receiver, despite threatening to transfer if that happened. Callaway, a rising sophomore, was a star for the team last year and his absence could really affect the team more than his teammate’s.
During his true freshman season, Antonio Callaway caught 35 passes for 678 yards and four touchdowns. He also returned punts for 435 yards and two touchdowns, making him a vital part of their success in the SEC East.
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