Wide receiver Antonio Callaway is back on campus at the University of Florida.
But he hasn’t rejoined the Gators football team … yet.
Callaway’s suspension for a student code of conduct violation has been modified, according to Robbie Andreu of The Gainesville Sun. The attorney for Callaway, Huntley Johnson, told Andreu on Tuesday that Callaway can now attend classes on campus and use Florida’s football facilities.
Callaway hasn’t been to do either since January, and Gators oach Jim McElwain said last week that his star receiver wasn’t registered for summer courses. Johnson told Andrue he is working with UF toward a final resolution in Callaway’s case.