The Indiana Hoosiers are looking to build off of their 2015 season where they went 6-7 and made the New Era Pinstripe Bowl. However, they will lose a piece of their wide receiving corps after J-Shun Harris II suffered a knee injury.
Zach Osterman on The Indianapolis Star reported that Harris had torn his ACL and would miss the entire 2016 season. This is a big blow as he was expected to be a big part of their offense this year.
Harris is a speedy receiver that played a role in the receiving game last year and likely would have played a similar role this year. He recorded 18 receptions for 168 yards and two touchdowns as true freshman last year.
The Hoosiers open the 2016 season on Sept. 1 against FIU.