Nebraska football updated its official roster, and while several of the players no longer listed on the Huskers roster had previously been announced, a couple scholarship players have opted not to continue their careers with the Huskers.

Junior tight end Matt Snyder and sophomore tight end David Engelhaupt both are no longer listed on the Husker roster heading into fall camp. An NU spokesman confirmed the changes Monday. 

Snyder, a former three-star recruit out of San Ramon, Calif., will continue as a student at Nebraska, but will not continue his football career. Snyder appeared in seven games last season as a sophomore, but did not register a catch during his Husker career.

Engelhaupt, a native of Norfolk, appeared in Nebraska’s losses to Penn State and Iowa last season, but did not register a catch during his high school career. Engelhaupt was a late addition to Nebraska’s 2016 recruiting class, flipping from Wyoming to the Big Red a few days before National Signing Day.

Their official departures leaves Jack Stoll as the clear No. 1 tight end, and opens the door for significant roles for tight ends Kurt Rafdal and Austin Allen, who both redshirted last season for the Big Red. Nebraska also added Cameron Jurgens and Katerian Legrone to the tight end room in the 2018 recruiting class.

Other changes to the Huskers’ official roster included inside linebackers Andrew Ward and Willie Hampton, both of whom already announced their intentions to transfer from the program during the spring. Ward has already announced that he will transfer to Central Michigan, while Hampton has yet to publicly announce a transfer destination. Both redshirted last season for the Big Red, which added junior college linebacker Will Honas in last year’s recruiting class.

Offensive lineman Brian Brokop is no longer listed as part of the football team. Brokop had indicated on his Twitter account that he was no longer part of the football team, and Monday’s roster changes confirmed that. Brokop, a former three-star prospect, did not appear in a game during his Husker career.

Center Michael Decker, quarterback Patrick O’Brien and wide receiver Keyan Williams were also removed from the roster. Decker opted to end his college football career, while O’Brien has already transferred to Colorado State. Williams, who is the son of former Nebraska wide receivers coach Keith Williams, has transferred to Ball State and will be eligible immediately.

The only other change from the Husker roster earlier this summer was that of freshman long snapper Cade Mueller. Mueller was part of Nebraska’s walk-on class announced in the spring, but is no longer listed on the Husker roster.

Last week, Nebraska announced numbers for its in-coming freshmen and newcomers and added graduate transfer defensive lineman Vaha Vainuku and junior college cornerback Will Jackson to its roster.

The Huskers are set to begin fall practice on Aug. 3.