Toronto Arrows Obtains Jordan Brown

The Toronto Arrows obtained Jordan Brown and Rewita Biddle from Rugby ATL in exchange for a 2024 international player slot and salary cap considerations. Jordan is a 22-year-old lock who is 6’7″ and 260 lbs.

Rugby ATL had signed Jordan Brown through the 2024 Major League Rugby season. He appeared in 6 matches, starting 3, and scored 1 try in 2023. He also had 67 carry meters in 14 carries, made 43 tackles, and had 75 ruck arrivals.

Jordan, Australian-born, played senior rugby for Southern Districts since 2020 in the Shute Shield. He also played for Sylvania Waters and Gordon Rugby Clubs. He also played for Australia against Argentina and for the Waratahs A against the Bumbie Runners.

Jordan attended Kings School in Sydney and graduated with a degree in filmmaking from Leeds Beckett University where he played rugby in England’s BUCS Super Rugby competition.

Toronto Arrows Comments

“Rewita and Jordan are two young, dynamic players who we’re excited to be adding to our club,” said Tim Matthews, Toronto Arrows Vice President and General Manager. “With the way we’re looking to assemble our roster in 2024 and beyond, this international duo will fit in quite well in terms of complementing our core domestic players and filling key positional needs.”

Jordan is an imposing, hard-running lock who at 22 years of age is a talent on the rise. He adds size and grit to our pack and inserts an extra dimension to our set piece.”

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