Vanarama Conference South club Sutton United have signed defender Jack Evans from Tamworth and wide attacker Albert Jarrett from Bromley.
Evans signed for the Lambs in May 2013 after his contract with Gillingham finished.
Evans is a right-back who made his Gills first-team debut when only 18 years old and has Conference experience having enjoyed loan deals at Dartford and Welling United.
Although a right-back, Evans can play left-back and in midfield.
Jarrett was born in Sierra Leone and began his career as a schoolboy with Arsenal before joining Dulwich Hamlet’s academy.
The winger was then spotted by Wimbledon, where he made nine first-team appearances before moving to Brighton, where he scored his first professional goal against Crewe Alexandra.
Loan spells at Stevenage Borough and Swindon Town followed before a permanent move to Watford, which also involved two loan spells, this time at Boston United and Milton Keynes Dons.
A year at Gillingham followed before Jarrett enjoyed the best season of his career at Barnet, where he made forty-five appearances during the 2009/10 season, scoring twice.
A move to Lincoln City followed before a loan spell at Aldershot Town, and the winger began the 2011/12 season at Ryman Premier Division side Lewes before signing for Bromley in April 2012.
Jarrett has also earned six caps for the Sierra Leone national side, the last of which came in September 2010 in a 1-1 draw with Egypt.