West Coast's No.1 draft pick Harley Reid was forced to leave the training track on Wednesday after suffering a thigh injury.
The Eagles are currently residing in Dunsborough in Western Australia's south-west as part of their pre-season program, with Reid the latest to suffer an injury scare for West Coast.
As reported by 7 News' Anna Hay, Reid went down at training with a leg issue and limped from the field before requiring further treatment from the club's medical staff.
Reid was soon seen with ice high on his right leg, with coach Adam Simpson providing an update on the teenager while confirming the ailment to be a corked thigh.
“Everyone just calm down a little bit with the injuries and that sort of stuff. He has got a corkie,” Simpson said, via Perth Now.
“Today is a low (intensity) day for us. There's a lot of guys in and out of training, so I wouldn't read too much into injuries.
“I think we had 42 on the track on Monday. So a couple of little niggles here and there.”
The concern follows a recent hamstring issure for Reid, who only joined the Eagles in late November.
The teenager was dealing with 'hamstring awareness' as recently as last week but wasn't expected to see his pre-season impacted by the issue.
The Eagles provided an injury update on Tuesday to reveal midfielder Dom Sheed and draftee Archer Reid (knee) are dealing with ailments of their own, with both players to be placed on modified training programs.
West Coast have endured a horror run with injuries over the past two seasons, requiring a total of 40 players at AFL level this year after calling on 47 in 2022.