Tom Galbraith, Callum Hunter Hill and Hugh Fraser have all signed professional contracts with Edinburgh after having a successful time at London Scottish.
All three players spent most of the 2016/17 season at the Athletic Ground as part of the Performance Partnership with the Scottish Rugby Union, and will now head to BT Murrayfield on a permanent basis.
Galbraith was a permanent fixture in the match day squad, with his versatility seeing him feature at scrum-half, fly-half, centre and full-back at differing stages of the season.
Hunter Hill joined in November and stayed until February when he was made captain of Scotland Under 20s for the Six Nations campaign. The second-row had an impressive partnership with Rory Bartle during his time at the club.
Fraser enjoyed a competitive battle with Ed Hoadley and Jamie Stevenson for the number nine shirt throughout the season, and showed his potential with a number of energetic displays at scrum half.
Ally Miller has also signed a permanent deal with Edinburgh, and former London Scot George Horne was named in the Dream Team after the Paris Sevens last weekend which saw Scotland reach the final in the French capital.
We wish them all the best for the future!