Glasgow Warriors lock Nick Campbell to join Jersey
Lock Nick Campbell and winger Taylor Paris are to leave Glasgow Warriors this summer after failing to become first-team regulars at Scotstoun.
The 23-year-old Campbell, a product of the club's youth system, has agreed to join English Championship club Jersey.
He made his debut for the Pro12 outfit in September 2011 but made only a handful of appearances.
Paris, 20, arrived from the Canada Sevens squad last summer, but played only twice for Glasgow.
Warriors head coach Gregor Townsend said: "Due to the size of our squad, both players probably haven't played as much as they would have liked.
"But, when called upon, they've done everything asked of them.
"We'd like to thank them both for contributing to what has been an exceptional squad effort this season and we wish them well for the future."
Campbell made his Warriors debut against Ulster at Ravenhill in September 2011 and later that month scored his only try for the club in a 23-19 win over Leinster.
The former elite development player made eight appearances in the Pro12 and came off the bench in this season's 10-8 Heineken Cup defeat away to Castres, one of four appearances as a replacement this term.
Despite Paris only playing twice for the Warriors, he scored a try against the Dragons in the 60-3 victory at Rodney Parade in February.