James Scott joined the Warriors Senior Academy in the summer of 2017.
The towering lock made his first team debut as a replacement in the victory over Stade Francais in Paris in October 2018 and also came off the bench against Pau in another French excursion two months later.
As well playing regularly for Cavaliers in the Premiership Rugby Shield, Scott also furthered his rugby education by playing for Hartpury in the Greene King IPA Championship on a dual registration.
Scott's first start for Warriors came in the opening Premiership Rugby Cup match against Leicester Tigers in September 2019. He played in three European Challenge Cup matches during the season and made his Premiership debut when he started at Wasps in August 2020.
He was promoted from the Senior Academy to Warriors' senior squad for the 2020/21 season.
Scott was a member of the England Under 20s side that was pipped by France to the Six Nations title in 2018, and then beaten by France in the final of the World Rugby Under 20 Championship later that year. He was an ever-present in the 2019 Under 20s Six Nations.
Having previously studied at Bishops Bluecoat in Hereford before moving to Malvern College, Scott joined the Warriors Academy at Under 15 level.
He has represented Herefordshire County age-groups and England at Under 16 to 18 levels.
He also helped Warriors Under 18s to their fifth-place finish in the Premiership Rugby Under 18 Academy Finals Day, as they defeated Saracens at Sixways in February 2017.
He was also part of the Under 18s side which defeated Exeter Chiefs on Finals Day in 2016.