A former St. Andrew's College man, Porter made a name for himself with some impressive performances during the Leinster School's Senior Cup.
Porter featured in April 2015 when the Irish U19s secured a 13-10 win over their Gallic counterparts at the French union’s national training centre in Marcoussis.
He was an impressive performer on Ireland’s Junior World Cup team in 2015 in Italy.
He made Ireland's World Rugby Under 20 Championship squad for 2016, making the final of the competition, impressing with his ball carrying abilities and dominance at scrum time.
The loosehead has been a regular for the Leinster 'A' side this season. Porter made his Leinster debut at the start of the 2016 campaign, coming on in the second half for Cian Healy against Treviso.
Porter made his first for Leinster in the away game to Zebre in November 2016. He scored his first try in the away defeat to Scarlets in the same month.
In recent months, Porter has switched over to tighthead and already he has been stringing together some impressive performances in the number three shirt for club side UCD.
Weighing in at more than 125kg, the powerful prop has all the physical attributes to make it at tighthead but now must go through the difficult process of learning the technical side of the position.
Having impressed at Leinster and earned himself a senior contract for the 2017/2018 season, Porter made his Ireland debut after being named in the Ireland Summer Tour squad.
Impressive performances secured his spot in Ireland's 35-man squad for the 2018 Six Nations, He ended the tournament with 7 international caps.
As of the 2018/2019 Champions Cup, Porter has had 6 Champions Cup appearances.
Ahead of the 2019 Six Nations, Porter has 11 test caps.
(LS May 11, 2018)
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