Plymouth Albion boss James Shanahan has again bolstered his forwards after signing Saracens lock Tom Jubb and prop Cameron Zeiss from French club Tarbes.
Jubb, 21, played under Shanahan in a loan spell at Old Albanians and was dual-registered at Bedford this season.
South African-born Zeiss, 23, was educated in the UK and played for Esher before moving to France last summer.
Albion have also agreed a new deal for prop Tom Harrison - the eighth forward to sign for the club in the last month.
and have already committed themselves to the Brickfields for the 2014-15 Championship campaign.
Jubb is a former England Under 20s player who made two LV= Cup and one Premiership appearance for Saracens this season.
"Tom is a very good rugby player who, as well as the second row, can also play six and eight," Shanahan said.
"After I heard he had been released by Saracens I spoke to him and he was very keen to come to Plymouth Albion.
"Cameron is a big strong prop who will strengthen our front row.
"He can play on both sides of the front row providing us with more options.
"I did a fair bit of research about him and am pleased he has decided to move to Albion."