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Today we look at one of the most exciting and versatile backs in the Aviva Premiership, Wasps star Elliot Daly.
The 23-year-old has been consistently excellent over the past 18-months and many feel he should have gained international honours, but he is still awaiting his first cap. He broke into the Wasps side in 2010 and became the second youngest player to ever represent the famous club.
Daly’s versatility instantly made him a key player for the club, making match winning contributions at full-back, wing and outside centre. He really cemented his place in the side in the 2012/13 season, making 30 appearances, scoring seven tries including one of the tries of the season against Northampton.
His howitzer left foot has stung many a side in his career with his ability to kick penalties from 50+ metres meaning teams cannot afford to be ill-disciplined, as Daly will usually step up and add three points.
Over the past 18 months Daly has established himself as one of the best centres in the Premiership. He has superb footwork and distribution, along with brilliant turn of foot. Daly has said the move to centre has helped his development, “It was my best season to date with Wasps and staying in one position certainly helped. It focuses you on what you need to do and enables you to concentrate on being the best you can be, so I can now take another step forward.”
We have long known that centre is a major problem area for England and with the injury to Jonathan Joseph, Daly could be the man to fill that outside centre birth or play a key role off the bench due to his ability to cover a range of positions. A player England have to consider.
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