Bristol-born Jack Reeves aspires to be just like World Cup winner Jonny Wilkinson but rugby is not his only sporting talent.
The centre is a talented judoka, winning four British medals before focussing on rugby at Hartpury College.
Jack is not the only multi-talented sportsman in his family and has taken plenty of inspiration from his father, Ross, who turned out for Bristol between 1990-93 but also played Canadian football for Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the 1990s and then represented the Canadian bobsleigh team.
Jack originally took up rugby at five years old and was coached by his father at Dursley RFC before joining Gloucester’s academy in 2014.
He cites his proudest moment as helping Hartpury College to the AASE Championship title in December 2017, overcoming Gosforth Academy 66-14 at Allianz Park.
He made his England U20 debut as a replacement against Italy in the 2019 U20 Six Nations Championship.
Jack enjoys playing football, supporting Liverpool, but also has an interest in American football.
Away from the game, he enjoys kicking back and watching Suits with a chicken jalfrezi curry and finds time to play FIFA and Call of Duty when he’s not on the rugby pitch.
Jack describes himself as outgoing, determined and committed and enjoy a holiday in the sun to somewhere like Lanzarote.
Eng U20 International record
2019: Ita (R)Last updated 11 March 2019