Finding 2 vectors in a circle in 3D space

I'm trying to find 2 vectors in a given circle (not a sphere). This circle can be at a random position, rotation.

Given the position, rotation, and radius of the circle, where the center position of the circle is (x, y, z) (where the center position is not the origin), and a rotation of (rx, ry, rz).

I'm able to find 3 points on the circle by using the following equation:

xPos = x + radius * cos(angle);
yPos = y + radius * sin(angle);
zPos = z;

but this is only when the circle is flat on the ground (not rotated). So I'll need to rotate the circle using the equations given here. So I'll find 3 points, multiply them each element to their corresponding rotation matrix. And I can create 2 vectors given the 3 positions. I was wondering if my thought process was correct, or if I am missing something.

Here is an alternative: Multiply the three rotation matrices to get a single rotation matrix $\mathbf R$. Let $\mathbf u$ and $\mathbf v$ be the first and second columns of $\mathbf R$ respectively. Then $\mathbf u$ and $\mathbf v$ are the "local" $x$ and $y$ axes of the circle. So if the center of the circle is at the point $\mathbf c$, you can calculate points on the circle using: $$\mathbf x(\theta) = \mathbf c + (r\cos\theta)\mathbf u + (r\sin\theta)\mathbf v$$ Depending on what convention you use for doing matrix multiplication to rotate points (pre-multiplication or post-multiplication), you may have to let $\mathbf u$ and $\mathbf v$ be the first and second rows of $\mathbf R$, instead of columns. Try both; one of them will work.