A versatile talent capable of playing in several positions to an international standard, Elliot Daly’s rugby journey began aged five at Beckenham.
“Everyone at Saracens is excited to see Elliot fulfil his potential with us.” – Director of Rugby Mark McCall
He spent three years with Dorking from 2006, joining Wasps’ Elite Player Development squad before progressing to the Academy.
The England full-back, who is equally at home at centre and the wing, became the second-youngest player to represent Wasps, making his debut against Exeter Chiefs in the Anglo-Welsh Cup in November 2010.
Daly’s speed and long-range kicking ability made him an extremely valuable weapon and he went on to make over 200 appearances for Wasps, earning international recognition in the 2016 Six Nations.
Following a successful 2016/17 campaign, the ex-London Scottish loanee was selected for the 2017 British & Irish Lions tour of New Zealand, playing in all three Tests.
Daly is just the second ever man to play for and against the Lions after facing them for the Barbarians four years previous. Daly cited a new challenge as his reason for joining Saracens. The back will link-up with the Men in Black following the conclusion of the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
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