|DOB||16th May 1992|
|Height||1.76 m (5' 9")|
|Weight||83 kg (13 st 1 lb)|
|Club/Region||Newport Gwent Dragons|
|Test Honours||Wales 7s|
|Other Honours||Wales U20|
Luke Morgan was on the radar ever since the domestic season of 2011/12 when he raced over for 17 tries with his club, Bridgend. He scored four tries in the Under 20 Six Nations championship in the same season.
The flying winger has now firmly established himself on the World Series cicruit and his finishing prowess now has him closely marked by all teams as the Wales dangerman. He equalled the Wales record of 60 tries in the World Series, in round eight of the 2015/16 season when scoring a brace against England in Singapore. He eventually took the record off Tal Selley in the penultimate round of the series in Paris when he scored against England on day 3 of the tournament.
He was one of three Wales core Sevens players (Luke Treharne and Sam Cross being the others) to make the extended GB 7s Men's squad for Rio, which was announced in May. He was on course to make the squad but injury forced him out of reckoning.
He returned to the 2016/17 World Series in round five in Las Vegas, where he raced over for five tries.