Sencire Harris will be able to play against Maryland Friday per Brad Underwood. Harris suffered what was believed to be a leg injury through the first half against Syracuse on Tuesday.

The injury happened when Harris and Syracuse center Jesse Edwards bumped into each other. Trainers started treatment on Harris’ leg immediately after leaving the game.

After the game, Illinois coach Brad Underwood would inform the press that the injury was “not serious”. Harris was a 4-star recruit coming out of high school per the 247Sports Composite and currently is shooting 45.2% from the field this season.

So far this season, Illinois is 5-0 at home and has improved to 6-1 overall. The Fighting Illini are currently ranked 16th in the AP poll.

After dropping a game to Virginia, Illinois rebounded with two wins against Lindenwood and Syracuse.

The Fighting Illini open conference play against the Terps away from home on Friday. The game against Maryland will be at 9 p.m. ET on BTN.