Growing up in Essex, Dom Morris joined the Saracens Academy aged 15 after impressing for New Hall School.
Morris scored two tries on his home Premiership debut.
His first experience of men’s rugby came in a loan spell at Bishop Stortford during the 2015/16 season with a stint at Rosslyn Park in National One following a season later.
The centre earned his first senior appearance in the 2016/17 Anglo-Welsh Cup against Scarlets before helping England Under-20s to the 2017 Six Nations title, playing in every match.
Morris, who furthered his experience with games for Ampthill and Bedford Blues, featured heavily in the 2018/19 Premiership Rugby Cup and Shield, and was a key component in Saracens getting to the final in the former and Storm winning the latter.
The Premiership Rugby Shield triumph ended a proud two-week period for Morris. He made his league debut for the club in an away victory over Wasps and a week later scored twice on his maiden home Premiership outing in a dominant win over Exeter Chiefs.
Since then his progress has continued as he now approaches his 40th appearance for the club, becoming a crucial part of the midfield with his searing pace opening up a whole host of regular try-scoring opportunities.