Two walk-on members of Ohio State’s men’s basketball team from last season are not on the roster for the 2018-19 season.

A team spokesman confirmed that forward Matt Lehmann and guard Connor Fulton are no longer with the program after being part of Chris Holtmann’s first season with the Buckeyes. Lehmann, a Columbus native who played at Watterson, has left the team to focus on graduating. He will be a senior this year after having initially graduated from Watterson to become a preferred walk-on with the West Virginia men’s basketball program.

He made five appearances as a walk-on and scored three points, when he hit a three-pointer against Rutgers in the final home game of the season.

Fulton, a Utah native, made four appearances and scored one point when he made a free throw against William & Mary on Dec. 9. When Ohio State went to Boise, Idaho, for the NCAA Tournament, I wrote about Fulton’s path to joining the Buckeyes. He had been committed to join Holtmann at Butler as a walk-on and then followed him to Ohio State.

He is hoping to earn a scholarship to play elsewhere. ESPN rated him as a three-star prospect out of high school, and he had one offer from North Dakota out of high school.

Both players helped provide practice depth for a team that was significantly low on bodies when Holtmann took over. Two walk-ons remain: senior Joey Lane, who is on scholarship, and senior guard Danny Hummer, who transferred to Ohio State from the Air Force Academy and had to sit out last season to satisfy NCAA rules.

Hummer is an Upper Arlington product. With him, the Buckeyes have 14 players on their roster this season including Florida State transfer CJ Walker, who will sit out the season.