The University of Florida Police Department has released cellphone video following the alleged confrontation involving University of Florida football players and 21-year old Devante Zachery.
The video shows a group of players walking across the street from the dorms at Keys Residential Complex toward Flavet Field. Two of them pull out and point simulated weapons while arguing.
According to a University of Florida police report, both simulated weapons were airsoft rifles.
According to a UPD report, seven UF players were involved in an altercation on the evening of May 28.
Wide receiver Kadarius Toney and defensive tackle Kyree Campbell were the ones who drew the simulated weapons, according to the report.
None of the seven players were charged in the incident, but six have been recommended to appear before UF’s Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution department. In addition to Toney and Campbell, tight end Kemore Gamble, wide receiver Tyrie Cleveland, quarterback Emory Jones and wide receiver Rick Wells face potential student code of conduct violations for lying to police about the incident.
The video — which is edited here to appear as a horizontal video — was obtained by the Gainesville Sun through an open records request.