The Lousiana Ragin' Cajun football team has added a couple of transfers to their roster.

Quarterback Andre Nunez and punter Harry McCollum are the newest additions, both walk-on transfers, according to The Advertiser.

Nunuz, a native of Chatswort, California, played last season at Iowa Western Community College, where he threw for 1,723 yards and 17 touchdowns.

The 6-foot-2, 210-pound Nunez reportedly committed to play at Robert Morris, an FCS school, back in December, but did not sign.

UL has returning quarterbacks on its current roster, including Jordan Davis, Dion Ray and Jake Arceneaux, to go along with incoming freshmen Levi Lewis and Kadon Harrison.

Nunez will have two years of eligibility remaining.

McCollum, a graduate transfer out of started the last three years at Georgetown, was a  second team All-Patriot League pick in 2016, averaging 41.6 yards per punt.

A native of Arlington Heights, Illinois, McCollum has one year of eligibility remaining.

Louisiana is looking for a new punter, after Steven Coutts, the starting punter the last two seasons, graduated and elected not to return, despite having two years of eligibility remaining.