Born in Birmingham, Vaughan went to school at Hillwest primary school and The Arthur Terry School in Four Oaks. He and was spotted by Everton's talent scouts at nine years of age while playing in his primary school's football team and joined the club's academy. He attended Chesterfield High School in Liverpool whilst at the academy. His father is property developer Dorrington Vaughan who played rugby union for Preston Grasshoppers.
Vaughan was also a talented young sprinter, running the 100 metres in 11.5 seconds as a 13 year old, the third fastest time for his age in Britain.
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