Maryland’s offense is already juggling a couple of injuries in fall camp.

The Terrapins received a huge blow earlier in the week with the news that electric sophomore Jeshaun Jones will miss the season with an ACL injury. That injury put an early damper on Maryland’s receiving group, and head coach Mike Locksley announced two more injuries for the offense to keep an eye on moving forward.

Locksley listed receiver Sean Savoy and running back Lorenzo Harrison III as day-to-day with hamstring injuries on Wednesday. Hopefully, both are truly minor injuries and are able to get back on the field soon.

Savoy is an incoming transfer from Virginia Tech. He had 642 receiving yards and 6 TDs in two seasons with the Hokies. Harrison has rushed for 1,339 yards in his Maryland career but was limited to three games in 2018.