Suspended Florida receiver Antonio Callaway moved a step closer to reinstatement this fall, as the school is now allowing him to take classes and work out at the team's facilities.
Callaway was suspended by the school in January for violating the university's code of conduct policy. He remains suspended from the team.
Gainesville attorney Huntley Johnson issued a statement on Callaway's behalf announcing the changes in the wide receiver's status.
"We are working through the process that the University has in place to reach a final resolution in this matter," Johnson wrote. "There will be no further comment at that this time."
Quarterback Treon Harris, who is expected to switch to receiver if he returns to school, also remains suspended indefinitely.
Coach Jim McElwain has repeatedly declined to disclose details about the nature of their suspensions. Johnson has said the allegation "has no merit."
Callaway played in every game as a freshman last season. He caught 35 passes for a team-leading 678 yards and four touchdowns. He also returned 28 punts for 435 yards and two scores.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.