Six Florida Football players, including former Buckeye quarterback commit Emory Jones, could be facing disciplinary action after their alleged roles in a confrontation that involved airsoft guns, a baseball bat, rocks and a frying pan.
According to the report, three unknown males were standing outside of Building 6 at the housing complex, asking residents if they'd seen [Florida receiver Tyrie] Cleveland. A group of Florida players gathered at the complex to confront the group of men, who left in their vehicles. The report said one of the players heard one of the men say, "We coming back strapped."
The players returned to a dorm room, and then fled out a back window when they saw the men return. The players said one of the men had a handgun and another had a baseball bat. They later confronted the men and someone from the other group allegedly yelled, "Come any closer, I'll spray you." The players fled when Gamble noticed a red laser being pointed at his chest.
The incident report said UF police officers didn't find any bullets at the scene but did locate a frying pan that was allegedly held by one of the UF players during the confrontation.
None of the players face criminal charges, but – Jones, Kadarius Toney, Kyree Campbell, Tyrie Cleveland, Rick Wells, and Kemore Gamble – were referred university's Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution Department where they could face discipline.
Toney and Campbell face discipline for holding and pointing airsoft rifles, which had the appearance of actual guns, while the other four could face discipline for allegedly lying to police about their involvement in the incident.