The football doldrums of summer often leads to many presenting their draft lists for next April. Peruse the wide receivers and you’ll often see the coveted devy prospects: Courtland Sutton, Equanimeous St. Brown, Calvin Ridley, etc. One name often omitted is Antonio Callaway, who has toiled in relative obscurity as Florida has scraped together barely passable quarterback play after the suspension and subsequent transfer of Will Grier. Despite modest stats, Callaway is every bit the prospect as his more heralded brethren and currently presents one of the better values available.
As a Recruit
The 247Sports composite rated Callaway as a high three star and a relatively modest 48th overall at his position out of Booker T. Washington High School in Miami, Florida. While the star ranking is not eye-popping, the offer list is. Other than the Gators, Callaway held offers from Alabama, Florida State, USC, LSU, among others.