According to the police report, Gainesville officers stopped him and another man for a seat belt violation early Saturday morning and found marijuana in Callaway’s pants and in the vehicle. Callaway and the other person in the car, Kendrick Williams, both claimed ownership of the drugs.
Callaway has been a game-breaker for the Gators in his two seasons on campus, scoring seven touchdowns and catching 89 balls for 1,399 yards. Not just a receiving star, he’s been lethal in the return game for Florida as well, and is projected as a potential first-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
The 5-foot-11, 195-pounder admitted to using marijuana previously during a Title IX investigation in 2015. He was eventually cleared of any wrongdoing in that case.
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