Another Gophers player has entered the transfer portal.

Nathan Bursch, a tight end out of Woodbury High School, is no longer listed on the roster, a source confirmed. The St. Paul native was a three-star recruit, according to 247Sports.com, and committed back in June of 2016.

Bursch, at 6-5, 255 pounds, redshirted in 2017 and did not play last season. He participated in spring practices this year. The redshirt sophomore likely would have struggled for playing time again this upcoming season, as he was essentially behind redshirt junior Ko Kieft, redshirt sophomore Jake Paulson, redshirt freshman Brevyn Spann-Ford and redshirt junior Bryce Witham on the depth chart at his position.

Back in late February, a source confirmed freshman offensive lineman Jack York also intended to transfer. The 6-6, 300-pound Dallas native and three-star recruit entered the NCAA's transfer portal after redshirting all of 2018.

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