Your pen may be running out of ink, but there’s another name to add to Purdue’s injury report.

On Thursday, Purdue freshman defensive back Marvin Grant announced via his Snapchat account and on Twitter that he is undergoing surgery for a torn labrum. He will miss the remainder of the 2019 season.

Grant played in the first three games of the season for the Boilermakers, totaling two tackles. He did not play last Saturday against Minnesota.

“For everybody that don’t know what’s going on, I’m getting surgery on my shoulder because I tore my laburm,” Grant wrote. “So I will miss the rest of this season but [I’m going] to bounce back and be good for next season.”

Grant was a four-star member of Purdue’s 2019 recruiting class and was one of the top prospects coming to West Lafayette. Now, he joins a list of injured Boilermakers that includes names like Elijah Sindelar, Rondale Moore, D.J. Washington, Markus Bailey, Tario Fuller and Lorenzo Neal.

Sindelar and Bailey are likely done of the year, while Moore should return some time this season.

Purdue is 1-3 on the season with an 0-1 mark in B1G play. This week, the Boilers head to State College to take on No. 12 Penn State.