82kg 12st 13lbs
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One of the most exciting talents currently operating in English rugby, the England scrum-half joined Wasps from Gloucester Rugby in 2015.
Since then, his scorching pace, eye for a break, tenacious defence and good kicking and distribution skills have seen him become a key part of Dai Young’s playing contingent.
Staffordshire-native Robson’s father Simon preceded him in the England squad in the same position during the 1980s when he also captained Moseley.
Dan made his Gloucester debut while studying at Hartpury in 2010, and went on to win England honours at Under 20 level a year later alongside a number of Wasps.
After making 80 senior appearances in cherry-and-white, Robson’s switch to Wasps ignited his career and earned him selection for England Saxons in 2016.
Robson’s well-developed eye for the line has already brought him a Premiership four-timer (against Sale Sharks in 2017) and an overall scoring record close to a try in every three games.
In 2018/19, Robson's form saw him called up to England's 2019 Six Nations squad, where he played twice and also scored against Italy - before a freak deep vein thrombosis injury meant he couldn't play for a number of months.
The number nine still made the England training squad that summer, but unfortunately wasn't selected for the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Despite this, the role-model scrum-half continued to work hard and was appointed as one of Wasps' co-captains alongside Thomas Young ahead of the 2019/20 season.
He skippered the team at the beginning of the 2019/20 campaign, making his 100th appearance for the Club against former employers Gloucester in October 2019.