“The USA international gets around the pitch well, contributing in the tight, carrying and is also capable of making his considerable presence felt in the tackle.” – The Times
A former high school American Footballer, Titi Lamositele was converted into a rugby player after the coach from his local club encouraged him to take up the sport.
Coming from a rugby-playing family of Samoan heritage, the Washington-born star took up the game at Chuckanut Bay Rugby Club, a club with a track record of producing USA Eagles.
His international debut came against Russia in 2013 which saw him become the youngest player to play for the national team. The prop’s first start for his country came later that year after which he penned a contract with Saracens.
The talented front row made his senior debut in the 2014/15 Anglo-Welsh Cup and has since forced his way into the starting picture, taking the number three shirt in the 2018/19 Heineken Champions Cup final.