Seattle Seawolves Re-Signs Rhyno Herbst

The Seattle Seawolves re-signed Rhyno Herbst through the 2024 Major League Rugby season. The 25-year-old lock is 6’6″ and 265 lbs.

Rhyno played 936 minutes in 12 starts with the Seawolves in 2021 and scored 3 tries.

Rhyno is from Roodepoort, Gauteng, South Africa, and attended Monument High School. He played rugby while there, as well as playing age-grade rugby from 2012-2017 with the Golden Lions. IN 2015 he played for the U19s and the following year for the U21s, as well as being part of the Junior Boks Training Squad.

In 2017 he played with the Witwatersrand Varsity Cup team and his performance led to playing with the Golden Lions XV Currie Cup team, making his debut against the Pumas.

In 2018 he progressed to the Lions Super Rugby team, making his debut against the Stormers. Since then, he has played for the Golden Lions XV in the Currie Cup, as well as for the Lions.

In 2020 he also enjoyed a significant personal event in getting married to his wife Boudine.

Seattle Seawolves Comments

Committed to the Hunt in the Seattle Southside through 2024, Lock Rhyno Herbst is ready to build and develop his strong platform with our forward pack.
“Rhyno is a young Lock who has impressed me greatly in the three months we’ve worked together. Not only does he have the mental attributes, physical qualities, positional skills, and game understanding to be a top-class lock. He also has an innate ability and thirst to learn, and then deliver in games.
What really excites me is the fact we are yet to see the best of him. I’m delighted he and Boden will remain part of the Seawolves family for the next three years.” – Allen Clarke, head coach, and director of rugby

Rhyno Herbst Currie Cup and Super Rugby Highlights

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