Injured Florida wide receivers Tyrie Cleveland and Kadarius Toney have been upgraded from questionable to probable for Saturday’s game against Georgia.
UF coach Jim McElwain said Wednesday it will be a game-time decision for both players.
“I’m not going to say they’re going to play because they’re trying so hard to play, but ultimately we’ve got to wait for the trainer and all that come game time,” McElwain said. “Time will tell.”
Cleveland missed the last two games with a high ankle sprain, while Toney sat out the Texas A&M game two weeks ago with a separated shoulder. Cleveland and Toney are considered the Gators’ two biggest playmakers in the passing game.
Starting defensive end Jabari Zuniga, who missed the A&M game with a sprained ankle, also is expected to be ready for Saturday’s game.
“I think Zuniga will go based on today,” McElwain said.
Outside linebacker Jeremiah Moon (ankle) also is expected to play Saturday after missing the A&M game.
Cornerback C.J. McWilliams (hamstring) and wide receiver Josh Hammond (back) will be game-time decisions.