Florida Gators cornerback Loucheiz Purifoy will not charged with possession of marijuana by the State Attorney's Office due to a lack of evidence.
Spokesman Spencer Mann confirmed the investigation could not determine whose marijuana Gainesville Police discovered during a routine traffic stop on Feb. 6.
Purifoy was a passenger in the back seat of a blue Honda stopped for a right-of-way violation. A Gainesville Police Department report stated the arresting officer witnessed a passenger throw a marijuana cigarette out of the window and detected the smell of marijuana.
A baggie containing 2.5 grams of marijuana was found near the emergency brake between the driver's and front passenger's seats.
Purifoy, 20, was charged with possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis.
Earlier this month, coach Will Muschamp told the Orlando Sentinel Purifoy would move from cornerback to wide receiver during spring practices.
One of the team's most dynamic playmakers in 2012, Purifoy had 51 tackles, three forced fumbles, four pass break-ups, a blocked field goal and a blocked punt.