Tompkins scored a hat-trick against Gloucester on his 100th appearance for Saracens.
Nick Tompkins is fast-becoming known for his explosive lines and staunch defending.
Now an exciting centre, his rugby career began in the forwards as a flanker before he moved into the midfield in his mid-teens, representing Kent at county level and London & South East Under-16s.
He then joined the Saracens Academy and in 2012 made his first-team debut in the LV= Cup, a tournament he helped Sarries win in 2014/15.
Tompkins’ dynamic skillset and enthusiastic nature saw him excel for the Men in Black in 2018/19, featuring heavily in the club’s run to their third European success and fifth Premiership title.
The former England Under-20 international, who won the 2014 Junior World Championship, signed a new contract in November 2018 until the summer of 2022.
His form has led to international recognition with Wales for whom he qualifies because of his Welsh grandmother.