Central Florida added two more players to its 2011 recruiting class, bringing its total count to 29.
The Knights received letters of intent on Thursday from linebacker Leilon Willingham and receiver Rayshon Williams, both of Denver's J.K. Mullen High School.
Williams already has a connection to UCF through his cousin and legal guardian Brandon Marshall, who played receiver at UCF from 2002 to 2005 and currently plays for the Miami Dolphins.
Willingham is the No. 13 linebacker in the country according to Rivals.com.
The Knights' recruiting class was initially rated 49th overall in the country by Rivals, but with the pair of signings rose to No. 43 on Thursday.
UCF is coming off an 11-win season in 2010, which included its first-ever bowl win.