Rugby ATL re-signed Harley Davidson for the 2023 Major League Rugby season. The 29-year-old wing (30 in May) is 5’9″ and 185lbs.
Harley played 638 minutes in 9 matches, starting 8, and scored one try for the Ratlers in 2022. During the Fall American Rugby Premiership season, he helped Life University’s Men’s Rugby win the championship.
He played 28 minutes in one start before an injury ended his 2021 season with the Ratlers. He returned to health and played in the Fall of 2021 with Life Men in the American Rugby Premiership.
Harley started four times in 2020 for Rugby ATL, playing 316 minutes, and scored one try. He also played with Life’s Men’s Club Team during the Fall. During the 2021 preseason, he started at wing against Utah Warriors.
He spent the first two MLR seasons with the Colorado Raptors. During 2019, he played 1210 minutes. starting all 16 matches, and scoring 8 tries. He made 12 line breaks, 16 tackle breaks, 8 offloads, kicked twice for 41 meters, and made 115 tackles. In 2018, he started 9 matches, playing 694 minutes, and scored 7 tries.
Harley is from Tampa, Florida but grew up in Boise, Idaho. Harley attended Capital High School and played football, wrestled, and then played rugby with the Snake River Rugby Club from 2011-2013.
He attended Life University from 2013-2017, graduating with a B.S. in Exercise Science. He played in four Collegiate Rugby Championships and was the team XVs captain in 2017. He was a two-time first-team Collegiate All-American in XVs and a second-team selection in 7s.
Following his graduation from Life, he was on to Colorado to play with the Glendale Merlins and Raptors. He started at wing for the Raptors during the 2018 MLR season and was named Player of the Week against the Houston SaberCats. Harley is an elusive runner who knows how to finish scoring tries. During 2019 he continued to be one of the leading scorers for the team.
Rugby ATL has a proven try-scorer in Harley Davidson.