- DOB26 Jun 1998
A former pupil at Northampton School for Boys, James Grayson joined Saints Senior Academy ahead of the 2016/17 season having completed his education at Moulton College.
Grayson's first rugby club was Old Northamptonians where he spent 13 years moving through the age groups.
A former member of the Saints Junior Academy, international honours came his way in 2015 and 2016 at Under-17s and Under-18s levels respectively.
Grayson's standout performances – including scoring 21 points in their match against Wales – helped England to win the Under-18s Five Nations Festival.
Son of Saints legend Paul Grayson, James earned the call-up to the England Under-20s squad during the 2017 Six Nations and came off the bench against Wales to earn his first cap.
He was then called into the Under-20s squad for the 2017 and 2018 World Rugby Under-20s Championships in Georgia and France.
Grayson helped the Wanderers lift the Premiership Rugby A League trophy on two occasions, defeating Gloucester United and Exeter Braves in two consecutive finals.
And he broke into the first team midway through the 2017/18 season, with a fine display in the No.10 jersey against Worcester Warriors on the final day ending the campaign on a high note.