Christian Scotland-Williamson has rejoined skilled rugby and signed for Harlequins after three years on the Pittsburgh Steelers follow squad, the London club announced on Friday.
The 28-year-old started his rugby profession at Worcester Warriors however left in 2018 to pursue a move to the United States with the Nationwide Soccer League’s Worldwide Participant Pathway, ultimately signing for follow squad contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
“It’s an especially thrilling time for me to be stepping again into rugby,” Scotland-Williamson mentioned in an announcement. “To return again and play for the Premiership Champions is a unbelievable alternative. I’ve had a while to consider my subsequent step and have watched the crew go from energy to energy.
“The membership has a bunch of gifted gamers and you may see the tradition is beginning to produce some eye-catching outcomes.
“I’ve realized some useful classes from my time in America and am coming again to rugby with a special perspective. Acting on the very best stage is a privilege and one I do not take with no consideration. Harlequins play a beautiful model of rugby and play the sport the precise manner. I’m wanting ahead to working with the Coaches to take one other step ahead in my profession.”
Williamson grew to become the second skilled rugby participant to affix the NFL after Alex Grey tried to make it as a good finish for the Atlanta Falcons. Grey later returned to rugby union with Tub in November.
Former London Wasps again Christian Wade is in getting into his third-year as a operating again on the Buffalo Payments follow squad, however has but to make a primary crew look.