Maryland coach Mike Locksley will be making a change at offensive coordinator this offseason, according to a report.

That’s per Yahoo!’s Pete Thamel, who says the Terps will be parting ways with offensive coordinator Scottie Montgomery after two seasons.

As Thamel noted, Cincinnati running backs coach Dan Enos is the favorite to replace Montgomery as Maryland’s offensive coordinator. Enos and Locksley were apart of the same offensive staff at Alabama in 2018.

AL.com’s Matt Zenitz also reports that Maryland will be making a change along the offensive line. John Reagan is reportedly out and will be replaced by Brian Braswell.

Maryland showed some offensive promise this season, but were derailed by injuries and COVID-19. However, quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa showed enough potential to be excited about Maryland’s offense heading into 2021.

In the end, Maryland finished 2-3 with disappointing outputs vs. Northwestern, Indiana and Rutgers.

Despite the on-field struggles, Maryland is recruiting exceptionally well. With the Early Signing Period in the rearview mirror, the Terps currently hold the No. 18 class in the country and the No. 4 class in the Big Ten, per 247Sports Composite rankings.