|Could Isles be wining it for Toulon with Habana?|
If the USA had more players getting as much game time in France as Ngwenya then the USA Eagles would be a genuine Quarter Finals contender at the Rugby World Cup. While the number of players involved in professional competition has been increasing many of the USA´s professional players are not getting regular game time. Ngwenya and Scott LaValla are the only two USA players getting regular game time in the Top 14 but next season while in England Chris Wyles leads the ranks as he regularly plays in the back-three for Saracens.
Rumours in France suggest that there is a real possibility that Ngwenya and Wyles could be joined in European professional rugby by a third USA winger. The man regarded as the fastest sprinter in global rugby, Carlin Isles has been linked to a move to Toulon, the same club that signed Bryan Habana earlier this year. Isles is said to be considering his options and is rumoured to being set to have serious talks with Toulon management during the upcoming London leg of the IRB Rugby Sevens. Should it turn out to be true then Isles will progress as a player and offer the USA a potentially devastating backline which could Chris Wyles moved to outside centre with Isles and Ngwenya starting on the wigns and Luke Hume potentially playing fullback.