Sevens star Ross McCann has been added to the Scotland squad for the Skyscanner summer tour to The Americas.

McCann was part of the GB Sevens squad that narrowly missed out on the Olympic Games at a repechage event in Monaco last weekend. 

But the winger, who has signed for Edinburgh ahead of next season, has been added to Gregor Townsend's squad.

McCann was involved in Scotland's squad for the Guinness Six Nations but did not feature in a matchday 23.

The 26-year-old becomes the 11th uncapped member of the 38-strong squad.

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The other uncapped players include fellow Edinburgh men Patrick Harrison and Matt Currie, Glasgow Warriors trio Nathan McBeth, Max Williamson and Gregor Brown, Sale Sharks pair Gus Warr and Arron Reed. 

Ross McCann played three games for Edinburgh at the start of the 2023/24 seasonRoss McCann played three games for Edinburgh at the start of the 2023/24 season (Image: SNS)

Northampton Saints hooker Robbie Smith, Leicester Tigers prop Will Hurd and Oyonnax lock Ewan Johnson are the other uncapped players. 

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As well as Reed, who will not be eligible for the final match of the tour as it falls outside World Rugby's Test window - McCann will compete with his new Edinburgh colleagues Duhan van der Merwe and Harry Paterson, plus Glasgow pair Kyle Steyn and Kyle Rowe for a place in Townsend's team.