Antonio Callaway has signed with an agent, foregoing his senior season at the University of Florida.
Callaway has signed with Mel Bratton of MB5 Sports, as first reported by Neil Stratton.
— Neil Stratton (@InsideTheLeague) December 7, 2017
Callaway missed the 2017 season while being investigated for credit card fraud. Callaway accepted a deferred prosecution deal from State Attorney Bill Cervone.
In 2015 Callaway was named Freshman First Team All-America by the Sporting News and Pro Football Focus.
Callaway played in 26 games at Florida. He finishes his career with 89 catches for 1,399 yards (15.7 per catch) and seven touchdowns. Callaway became the first player in Florida Gators history to score a touchdown five different ways when he returned a kickoff for a score against Missouri.