World's quickest rugby player linked with Glasgow
February 18, 2014
Carlin Isles looks set to be a Warrior © Getty Images
USA Sevens star Carlin Isles has reportedly signed for the Glasgow Warriors.
A report on America's Rugby Mag say Isles will link-up with the Warriors 'next week' as he mixes his time in the RaboDirect PRO12 with playing for the USA Sevens side.
Isles, widely regarded as the fastest man in rugby, has been linked with a move from Sevens to XVs in the past with Toulon and Leinster both mentioned and reports previously said he was considering a switch to NFL. However, it seems he has chosen to link-up with Sevens team-mate Folau Niua in Glasgow.
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