Another offseason, another knee, another non-contact, season-ending injury for J-Shun Harris.

Indiana coach Kevin Wilson announced that for the second straight season, the speedy receiver will miss the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament.

Harris was hoping to return to form after a promising 2014 season in which he was IU’s Offensive Newcomer of the Year as a true freshman. This was supposed to be his redshirt sophomore season. It remains to be seen what Harris’ eligibility will look like after this season with him already having used a medical redshirt.

That’s a major blow for a guy who was set to join one of the conference’s top receiving groups. Last year, Harris was IU’s leading returning receiver when he went down in July.

This time, IU is fortunate enough to have other options. Simmie Cobbs and Ricky Jones are both back after breakout seasons, as is the versatile Mitchell Paige.

Kevin Wilson also announced that defensive lineman Robert McCray will need shoulder surgery and miss part of the season. He played in 11 games last year in a backup role and was expected to earn more snaps as a junior.