Plymouth Albion two youngsters as they continue to rebuild squad
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.