Scotland international prop Kevin Bryce to join Edinburgh Rugby
By Chris MacRae
Last Updated: 27/04/16 12:29pm
Scotland international prop Kevin Bryce will join Edinburgh Rugby next season on a two-year contract.
He made his international debut when he came off the bench to feature in the win over Canada in 2014 and was included in the 2015 World Cup squad, as injury replacement for Stuart McInally, and played in the win over the USA.
He said: "I like the culture of the club, I know a lot of the players either through Scotland or age grade and I'm looking forward to being part of it and adding to the mix."
His decision to switch position, from hooker to tighthead, evolved following last year's World Cup.
He said: "The more I thought about and discussed it, the more I thought it would be the right move.
"It's not massively different, just a matter of making a number of technical adjustments. My dad made the move from flanker to loosehead during his playing days so it's not so unusual to make some sort of change."
Head coach Alan Solomons said: "It is terrific news for the club that we have been able to secure the services of Kevin.
"He is an abrasive, physical player who will fit in well at Edinburgh. We are all looking forward to his arrival at the club."