| Carlin Isles
Carlin Isles joined Glasgow Warriors in February 2014 on a short-term deal.
has been dubbed the fastest rugby player in the world after swapping athletics for rugby in 2012.
fastest 100 metre time of 10.13 seconds would have qualified for the semi-finals at the London 2012 Olympics and he
was ranked as one of the fastest sprinters in the United States.
Born in Ohio, Isles started his rugby career at Gentlemen of Aspen RFC in Colorado, before going on to play for the USA national development team at the Victoria 7s in July 2012.
In October of the same year he
debut for the USA national sevens team, at the Gold Coast 7s and scored a try in his
first minute on the pitch.
immediately became a key player for the USA Eagles and has been a regular in the team ever since.
electrifying pace and ability he
has scored a number of breathtaking tries for his
has scored 27 tries in 14 sevens tournaments for the USA national team in the IRB Sevens World Series and also featured for his
country at the Rugby World Cup Sevens in Russia last year.
had already signed a training contract to join the Detroit Lions
as a wide receiver or running back, after being courted by a number of NFL franchises, however, he
was holding out for an opportunity in rugby union.