Murray McCallum

Prop Murray McCallum will graduated from the BT Sport Scottish Rugby Academy to join the club on a fully professional deal in 2017.

He signed on a two-year contract, which keeps him in the capital until at least May 2019.

A product of Dunfermline RFC and Strathallan School, McCallum represented Caledonia as part of the regional pathway programmes before gaining selection for Scotland at under-18 and under-20 level.

He proved pivotal in the senior age-grade’s historic 2015/16 season in which they defeated England and Australia for the first time, and recorded their joint highest ever World Rugby U20 Championship finish of eighth.

Despite progressing through the age-grade systems primarily in the loosehead berth, he recently made the switch across the front-row to pack down at tighthead prop.

He debuted for Edinburgh Rugby as a replacement in the 45-10 defeat of Treviso in October 2016, before making his first start for the club the in the 59-17 victory over Timisoara Saracens the following week.

After impressing in Edinburgh's front-row, McCallum was caled into the Scotland squad for the 2018 Six Nations where he made his debut from the bench against Wales at the Principality Stadium.


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D.O.B.: 16/03/96
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Height: 1.88m
Weight: 117kg