Dan finished his high schooling career at King's College London, and began playing rugby at the age of five, firstly for Blackheath and subsequently for Old Alleynians.
Dan joined the Saracens junior academy in 2017, aged 16, and was soon converted to hooker, although he is also capable of playing as a flanker.
Dan represented the club in the Under-18 Academy League, before signing his first Saracens contract and graduating into the senior academy in June 2019
During his development, he spent time on loan at Bishop's Stortford in National League 1, the third tier of English rugby, playing under the tutelage of former Bath, Newcastle and Northampton player Andy Long.
In November 2021, Dan made his Saracens first-team debut in a victory over Harlequins in the pool stages of the 2021–22 Premiership Rugby Cup. He was dual-registered with Ampthill during the season and made several appearances for the club in the Championship, scoring one try.
He helped Saracens win the Premiership title in 2023, featuring as a replacement in the final as Saracens defeated Sale Sharks.
22 year old Dan will feature in his first ever world cup, as he has been chosen for the 2023 rugby world cup England squad.
|2021 - present|
|2023 - present|
|2021 - 2023|