Zander James Ragnar Fagerson is a product of the High School of Dundee, who he represented in winning the Brewin Dolphin Plate at under-15 and under-16 levels before moving to Strathallan for his final two years.
Zander represented Caledonia and Scotland at under-16, Scotland (2013 and 2014) and Glasgow at under-18 and played for the one-off Scotland under-19 side that met Australia Schools at Myreside in December 2013.
Starting at tight-head for Scotland under-18 against Ireland and England in early 2013, he continued to play for the younger age grade this season when he has also represented Glasgow Hawks in the Premiership.
He was called up to the Scotland under-20 squad for the 2014 IRB Junior World Cup, starting against New Zealand in the pool stages.
Fagerson scored his first points for Scotland under-20, as he crossed the whitewash in his side's 36-34 win over Wales, in the 2015 Six Nations Championship.
In the same tournament, in which he started in all five games, Fagerson was rewarded with the Man-of-the-Match award in his side's 45-0 defeat of Italy at Netherdale, following his phenomonal efforts in the set-piece.
He was named in the Scotland under-20 squad for his second World Championships in 2015, competing in in all five of the games played by the side. After a sterling performance in Scotland's 29-6 win over Argentina - the age grade's first over Los Pumitas - Fagerson was named in the World Rugby Dream Team.
Zander appeared for Glasgow Warriors in their away tie to Treviso in the PRO12 league, and has since been rewarded with a por-deal at the Scotstoun side.
Outside of rugby, Zander was Scottish Downhill Mountain Bike Champion in 2010, was in the National Boys Choir (2008) and is a qualified lifeguard.