Two Florida freshmen football players already dealing with previous problems are in trouble again.
Wide receiver James Robinson and linebacker Ventrell Miller, both from Lakeland, were cited for misdemeanor possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana by University Police early Monday morning. Both were given a notice to appear.
“Coach Mac is aware and it has been dealt with,” UF spokesman Steve McClain said.
Miller, along with six other players, is already under indefinite suspension for misuse of university funds. Robinson, who was not given the go-ahead to sign with the Gators until signing day in February, was cited for misdemeanor marijuana possession on his official visit to Ohio State in January.
According to a UPD report, Miller and Robinson were found with less than 20 grams of marijuana at their Keys dorm on campus after there was a smell of marijuana emanating from their room.
As part of his previous suspension, Miller is not allowed to participate in any team activities. Robinson practiced with the Gators on Wednesday.