Updated: Gators DE Keivonnis Davis remains hospitalized following serious traffic accident


Update, Sept. 29: Davis remains hospitalized Friday. Coach Jim McElwain will address Davis’ condition after Saturday’s 12 p.m. game vs. Vanderbilt. The original story appears below.

Florida defensive end Keivonnis Davis remains hospitalized after he was involved in a serious scooter accident, the Gainesville Sun has confirmed.

The accident occurred Tuesday at 6:15 p.m. at the corner of SW 20th Ave. and SW 38th Terrace, according to a Gainesville Police Department accident report.

Davis is one of nine Gators currently suspended for his role in an alleged credit card scheme involving eight other UF players. Davis has two third-degree felonies recommended against him – one for possession and use of another person’s credit card without consent and one for fraudulently obtaining property for less than $20,000.

Davis played 11 games in 2016, recording 27 tackles and 3.5 sacks.

Trey Wallace of TheReadOptional.com was the first to report Davis’ accident.

This is a developing story.