Plymouth Albion have further increased their squad for next season's Championship with two new signings.
Exeter prop Luke Chapman, 20, and 21 year-old full-back Elliot Clements-Hill from National Two South club Ampthill add to the 12 new faces at the club.
Clements-Hill was National Two South's top points scorer last season with 384, including 22 tries.
Chapman is a former England Under-18 international who had not yet played for Exeter's first team.
"Elliot is a big points machine and he is an excellent broken field runner who has a big future," said Albion boss James Shanahan.
"Full-back is a position I was looking to strengthen and I'm really happy that Elliot has chosen Plymouth Albion as a number of clubs were chasing him."
Shanahan is in discussions with three more players as he looks to complete his squad for the 2014-15 campaign, as says Chapman, who played on loan for National Two South side Exmouth last season, is one for the future.
"Luke is a young up and coming prop. He is very ambitious and is keen to give full time rugby a go," he added.