Treon Harris, Antonio Callaway aren't with the Gators right now, and no one's saying why
GAINESVILLE - Florida will open spring practice tomorrow without Treon Harris and receiver Antonio Callaway, who have not been with the team since January, Gators coach Jim McElwain announced Tuesday.
McElwain did not give specifics and declined to say whether they were suspended.
Harris battled for UF's starting quarterback job last year as a sophomore and inherited it full time after Will Grier was suspended for failing an NCAA drug test. He completed 119 of his 235 passes for 1,676 yards, nine touchdowns and six interceptions. The Miami native, also started six games as a freshman, going 4-2. He was expected to convert to receiver this spring.
Callaway was one of the SEC's top freshmen last year. The Miami native caught the game-winning touchdown pass against Tennessee and led the Gators in receiving yards (678). He finished with 35 catches, four touchdown receptions and two punt return scores.
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