A bowling all-rounder, a necessity to remodel his action halted what seemed to be a flowing career. He did make a comeback following a remodeled action, but it was apparent that his old bite had gone missing. It resulted in lesser number of matches during the 2016 season and he was totally shunted out from Worcestershire's first eleven plans in 2017, albeit turning up as a white-ball specialist. A product of Kings College, Taunton, Morris developed his skills at various age level groups in Somerset and also went on to attend Oxford-Brooks University, making him eligible for Oxford MCCU with whom he made his first-class debut. Morris then went on to play for Devon in Minor Counties cricket in 2011 and then joined Worcestershire - after being recommended at Devon. Having started modestly, Morris took his time to find his feet at the senior level, but once he found his rhythm, he chipped in invaluably - taking 52 wickets during the 2014 first-class season, helping Worcestershire gain promotion to Division One. Life at the first division wasn't difficult for Morris as he continued his splendid run, claiming 44 wickets in the 2015 season. At least until his bowling action was called into question, Morris was turning out to be one of Worcestershire's finest performers.