Dallas Jackals Re-Signs Alejandro Torres

The Dallas Jackals re-signed Alejandro Torres for the 2023 Major League Rugby season, their Round 2, Pick 23, in the 2021 Major League Rugby Collegiate Draft. The 23-year-old flyhalf (24 in April) is 5’11” and 170 lbs.

Alejandro played 415 minutes in 7 matches, starting 6, and scored 16 points (2 tries, 2 penalty goals) for Dallas jackals in 2022.

Alejandro is from Tucuman, Argentina, and has played rugby since the age of 5. He attended Colegio San Patricio and then earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Universitario de Tucuman before attending Thomas More University where he earned a Master’s Degree in Business Administration in 2021 and helped the rugby team win the Division 2 National Collegiate Rugby National Championship.

He played for the Argentina U20 side in 2017 and attend and play at Universitario Rugby Club de Tucuman, winning a Regional Championship.

In 2019, Alejandro played for the South American select side against Uruguay. Next, he signed with the professional side Olimpia Lions who play in Superliga Americana de Rugby.

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