BYU's men's basketball roster is suddenly down to zero seniors.
The Cougars announced on Wednesday afternoon that senior guard L.J. Rose, a graduate transfer from Houston, will have surgery on Friday to repair the meniscus in his right knee.
The surgery might not be season-ending, as fellow senior Kyle Davis's was earlier this season. BYU said a timeline for Rose's return to the court will be determined following the procedure.
Best case is probably a return for the conference tournament, which begins March 3 at Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.
That would mark a quick recovery. Sophomore guard Elijah Bryant had meniscus surgery before the season and his first attempt at a comeback failed. He said he wasn't ready and tried to come back too quickly.