A powerful, explosive winger, Rotimi Segun balanced the end of his university degree with his time in the Saracens Academy.
“It’s always an honour to be able to play for Sarries.”
The wideman arrived at Stonex Stadium from Northampton Saints and has since graduated into the senior squad.
He has also graduated from Loughborough University with a degree in Chemistry. His time in Leicestershire saw him compete in National One, his first taste of men’s rugby, as well as represent England at Under-18s and Under-20s.
Segun made his professional debut in the Anglo-Welsh Cup and earned a first Premiership outing against Leicester Tigers in February 2018.
The flyer, who ran the 100m in 11.03 seconds in his school days, was key to Saracens’ success in the Premiership Rugby Cup and Premiership Shield in 2018/19 and was rewarded with a maiden league start against Exeter Chiefs towards the end of the campaign.
He is now a regular in the back-three and is approaching his 50th appearance for the club as he continues to flourish on the wing.
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