Fresno State reported for preseason camp this week and did so with a pair of new faces from power five schools.
Bulldogs coach Tim DeRuyter announced Friday night that the program added wide receiver LeKendrick Williams from Texas A&M and linebacker Tyrell Robinson from Oregon.
The 5-foot-8, 170-pound Williams is eligible immediately after graduating and will spend his final collegiate season with Fresno State. He appeared in 19 games for the Aggies but had just seven receptions for 170 yards and two touchdowns during his career in College Station.
Robinson was a highly touted athlete out of high school who played in nine games last season as a true freshman for the Ducks. His twin brother, Tyree, remains in Eugene and is a possible starter in the secondary for the team.
The 6-foot-4, 220-pound inside linebacker's move brings him closer to his home in San Diego.
"It was a family decision to take a separate path from my brother," Tyrell told The Oregonian in June.
The Bulldogs kicked off fall camp on Saturday as they prepare for their opener against USC.