Tyrese Johnson-Fisher Biography
(American Football Running Back and Former Professional Rugby Player )
Birthday: September 9, 1999 (Virgo)
Born In: London, United Kingdom
Tyrese Johnson-Fisher is a professional rugby player from England, who has had a brief but spectacular stint in the US football arena, too. He has an excellent record with the rugby clubs 'Oakham' and the 'Leicester Tigers Academy.' Tyrese broke the internet when the ‘Rugby Football Union' (RFU) published a video on 'YouTube,' showing him score a streak of tries for the 'Oakham' under-15 team. The video not only managed to grab the attention of English rugby fans but also attracted a committee of football selectors in the US. Tyrese had always dreamt of playing for the 'National Football League’ (NFL). Thus, before he ventured into the under-18 rugby team, Tyrese moved to the US to make a career in ‘NFL’ and successfully secured a place on the 'Coastal Carolina University' team, as a running back. He is the first-ever non-American player to be selected as one of the 100 best high-school players in the world. However, the speed he has displayed on the football field has evolved on the sprinting tracks. A prolific sprinter, Tyrese has been the third-fastest player of his age at the under-17 level in the country. Tyrese has now resumed his rugby career and has been signed under the 'Bristol Bears.'