UCLA announced the arrival of five new transfers on Tuesday. Three of them were expected—offensive linemen Jaylan Jeffers (Oregon) and Raiqwon O’Neal (Rutgers), as well as Harvard defensive lineman Jacob Sykes.

The other two, however, were unexpected. In addition to the three anticipated summer enrollees, UCLA also announced that former Penn receiver Ryan Cragun has enrolled at UCLA and former USC offensive lineman Liam Douglass has done the same.

Douglass signed with the Trojans out of the 2018 class after playing his high school ball at Harvard-Westlake. With the Bruins, he reunites with former USC offensive line coach and current UCLA OL coach Tim Drevno. According to Bruin Report Online, Douglass and Cragun are both walking on with the program but could earn a scholarship before the 2022 season kicks off.

The 6-foot-5, 315-pound Douglass appeared in eight games as a Trojan. He can play either guard or tackle.

The 6-foot-1 Cragun played in 17 games over his four years with Penn. He did not play as a freshman in 2018 and then saw the 2020 Ivy League season canceled because of Covid. In 2019, Cragun was a second-team All-Ivy selection at wideout after recording 58 receptions for 885 yards and three scores.

In 2021, he had 35 catches for 500 yards and two scores to lead the team in both receptions and yards. He got off to a hot start, with 110 yards and a score in the opener, a 96-yard, eight-catch game a week later, and then a three-reception, 84-yard performance against Dartmouth on Oct. 1.