Hawick-born Rory Sutherland made his Scotland debut against Ireland in the 2016 Six Nations, make two further appearances (including a first start) in victories over Japan later that year.
He joined Edinburgh on a FOSROC Scottish Rugby Academy deal in 2014 as a reward for his form with club side Gala.
While still in the Academy, Sutherland established himself as a mainstay in the Edinburgh squad and was awarded a full professional contract ahead of the 2015/16 season.
The loosehead prop was included in the RBS 6 Nations 2016 squad and made his international debut off the bench against Ireland in March of that year.
Sutherland endured a frustrating 2017/18 season which saw the prop struggle with injury, however, the Scotland cap returned to fitness in 2018, scoring an intergral try in the bonus-point win over Southern Kings in January 2019.
The prop put pen-to-paper on a one-year extension which will see him remain in the capital until at least 2020.
He featured in Scotland's Guinness Six Nations squad for 2020, earning a first international cap in three-and-a-half years against Ireland in Dublin, becoming a mainstay of the current pack and starting in each of Scotland's Guinness Six Nations matches both in that year and 2021.
Date of birth: 24/08/92
Scotland Debut: 2016
Place of birth: Melrose
2015 to present
England , Wales , Ireland , Italy, France
Ireland, England , Italy, France, Georgia, Wales, Italy (2), France (2)
Ireland (replacement), Japan (replacement), Japan (2)