Originally a part of the Chiefs squad as a player dual registered with RFU Championship side, Cornish Pirates, Tommy Wyatt is a player with an exciting future ahead of him.
Attending Taunton School from the age of nine to 18 – where he completed a BTEC in Sport and Exercise science during his sixth form years – it was there that Wyatt came under the coaching eye of former Exeter flyer, Nic Sestaret.
The back played his early club rugby in the juniors at Minehead RFC before playing for North Petherton and then at Taunton, whom he helped win the National Two South title in 2019/20.
Wyatt's big break came in 2019 when, at Sestaret’s behest, he was invited to play in representative games as part of Exeter’s outreach programme. It was a period when the versatile player clearly impressed, and after training full-time with Chiefs and making a couple of appearances for their Braves side, he was quickly snapped up by the Premiership club for whom he had made three Premiership Cup and five Premiership appearances.