The youngster from Caernarfon was released by the Scarlets at the end of last season, the sizeable presence of George North among those blocking his path to first-team rugby with the region.
But after playing a key role in sending Welsh to finals day in Bath on August 3rd, Evans feels like he's starting to find his best form.
"There's nothing better than playing a bit of sevens in the summer, I enjoyed it and the boys played well," he said.
"I'm unattached at the moment but I've had a few offers. One's come from Llanelli, the club, not the Scarlets, to go back there so we'll see. But I had an offer from Gareth Williams so I came along to play a bit of sevens.
"We had one training session the day before and one on the morning. It's come back well, the last time I played sevens was when I was at school last year but it's always good fun.
"I got released from the Scarlets and that's pretty much all there was to it. They've got a back line with guys like George North and it's hard to fight with guys like that for a spot. But we left on amicable terms and I would love to go back there.
I don't know whether this was a trial I can't really tell. I was just asked to come along. I don't know where I'll end up next season, anything can happen things happen so suddenly."
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