Born in Croydon, England, Daly is a supremely talented footballer who can operate at either fullback or centre and the wing. Daly's talents weren't just in rugby as he was a good enough cricketer to have represented England Under-15, he has also represented England at every age level.
Blessed with pace to burn, dazzling footwork and absolute canon of a boot, Daly has forged himself a reputation as one of the English game's rising stars since his debut in 2010 in the Premiership with Wasps.
He spent three years with Dorking from 2006, joining Wasps’ Elite Player Development squad before progressing to the Academy.
Now a regular in the England set-up he became the second-youngest player to represent Wasps, making his debut against Exeter Chiefs in the Anglo-Welsh Cup in November 2010.
Daly’s speed and long-range kicking ability made him an extremely valuable weapon and he went on to make over 200 appearances for Wasps, earning international recognition in the 2016 Six Nations after representing the Saxons as well as the Barbarians.
He was a travelling reserve for the opening game against Scotland at Murrayfield and made his debut in the third match of the tournament against Ireland at Twickenham. He was a member of the successful tour to Australia in the 2016 Summer tour, making 2 appearances off the bench in the 2nd and 3rd games before his first start as centre for the Autumn International against South Africa. His first try came the following week with dazzling footwork that bewitched Fiji's defence.
In 2013 he was part of the Barbarians side that took on the British and Irish Lions in Hong Kong on the first leg of their Tour to Australia - he even kicked a penalty in the defeat, joining Riki Flutey in an elite club to have played for & against the Lions.
In April 2017, Daly was included in the British & Irish Lions squad to tour New Zealand, which was his first Tour. Thrown in his ability to cover full-back and his weapon of a left boot that can kick goals from inside his own half, and it is not hard to see why Jones labelled him a 'Swiss Army knife' and why Gatland could not overlook.
In August 2017, Daly signed a new deal at Wasps, having started every Test for the British and Irish Lions against the All Blacks over the 2017 summer.
Daly took his test cap tally to 42 during the Rugby World Cup in Japan starting 6 times as England reached the final of the competition. Before the World Cup Daly confirmed would leave Wasps at the of the 2018/19 season and signed for Saracens.
Daly’s speed and long-range kicking ability made him an extremely valuable weapon at Wasps as he went on to make over 200 appearances for club.
He heads into another Six Nations campaign with 39 England caps, 34 starts, 86 points, 13 tries and 6 penalties. He also has 14 Six Nations caps scoring 31 points in the competition.
While he as seemingly moved around a bit in Eddie Jones' backline, it looks as if he has cemented his place in the #15 jersey.
|2014 - present|
|British & Irish Lions
|2017 - present|
|2019 - present|
|2013 - 2013|
|2013 - 2015|
|2010 - 2019|