GAINESVILLE — No. 25 Florida will continue to shake up its receiving corps.Coach Jim McElwain confirmed junior-college transfer Dre Massey will miss the rest of the season with a leg injury, but true freshmen Tyrie Cleveland and Rick Wells will return from suspension for Saturday's SEC opener against Kentucky.Massey, who was expected to provide speed and explosiveness to the offense, played the entire first half despite injury himself on the opening kickoff. He will have surgery when the swelling subsides."There's obviously disappointment anytime something like that happens," McElwain said. "…I know it was disappointing for him, and yet he's got a lot of ball in front of him."McElwain said Cleveland and Wells will be among the players expected to fill the void. Both players missed the opening game as they face felony charges stemming from a BB gun incident in July. Those charges are still pending. Cleveland was UF's top offensive recruit this season and was considered one of the top receiving prospects in the country."If you just saw them in the locker room, you probably wouldn't think that they're true freshmen because they're pretty developed physically," quarterback Luke Del Rio said. "…It's really good to have them back, especially with Dre being down."Junior C.J. Worton might return from a foot injury this week to add more talent and depth to the position, McElwain said.McElwain did not say whether UF's unnamed senior will return from suspension, but all-SEC cornerback Jalen Tabor and tight end C'yontai Lewis will be back after their one-game suspensions for fighting during practice. Contact Matt Baker at email@example.com . Follow @MBakerTBTimes.