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|No. 11 – Sarasota Sailfish|
|Born:||November 27, 2026 (aged 25)|
Sarasota, Florida, U.S.
|Height:||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Weight:||210 lb (95 kg)|
|High school:||Sarasota High|
|College:||University of Georgia|
Carter Knight (born November 27, 2026) is an American football quarterback who is currently preparing to enter the professional ranks.He played college football for University of Georgia (UGA) and has declared his intent to enter the professional ranks next season.
Carter Knight was born to a loving family in the suburban area of Sarasota Florida. While Sarasota schools are definitely not known for their football program, from a young age Carter made it his goal to bring football to Sarasota schools. Carter's father was a professional player for the CFL, which while being much less known than the ISFL big leagues, still made him a very talented football player. His mother however, was apart of the other football, competing in the U.S Olympics as a soccer player. This said, it was obvious that Carter had a bright future of sports ahead of him. Carter spent his early years idolizing football, but couldn't quite put a finger on which team to root for. That was until an expansion team was announced in his own home town when he was 11. Carter was ecstatic, and from the moment this was announced, Carter made it his goal to play for Sarasota one day. Thus, he asked his dad to teach him how to play, and off they went to work. Carter's practice with his dad was very successful, and this allowed for him to be the starting QB of Sarasota High as just a freshman! While it took a bit to get the seniors on his side, once they saw his raw passing talent, they quickly believed in him. Carter would go through High School very successful, winning his county's MVP trophy in his Junior and Senior season, as well as taking his team to state twice. Although they only won once, this put Sarasota High on the map, and the city idolizes him because of it. Sarasota Sailfish scouts were certainly interested in this homegrown prospect.
Carter Knight entered the recruiting process as a 5 star prospect, and was considered the 2nd best prospect of his class. He had several offers to big name schools, but ultimately decided upon going to Georgia, as UF and FSU already had their QBs locked up. Carter did not play at all his freshman year, but in his sophomore year, Carter hit the ground running, amassing a Second team all SEC nomination, after he threw for 3400 yards, as well as 23 TDs. It was a great start to what would turn into a very solid collegiate career. Carter continued to improve his sophomore season, this time finally securing his first team nod, and led his team to the national playoffs, where they would lose in the first round. Carter's senior season was easily his best, and while he only got 4th in the Heisman voting, he led his team to a national championship, and was once again first team SEC. Knight threw for 4000 yards, with an incredible 37-6 TD-INT ratio. He also added 5 TDs on the ground, as well as 300 rushing yards. This obviously got both ISFL and DSFL scouts excited, however scouts were also looking at Malcolm Savage and Wendell Sailor, who both impressed in measurables. Only time will tell how these 3's careers end up, and we'll see which teams make the right decisions come draft day.
College career statistics
S33: Season 33 was the first of the young Carter Knight's career. Carter Knight was coming into the ISFL after a fairly disappointing DSFL career in Kansas City, winning no awards at all as Savage and Sailor battled it out for QBOTY. Unfortunately, season 33 would appear to be much of the same, as Carter Knight had a good, but not great season, putting forth a 25 touchdown, 13 interception season, along with 4500 yards. However, there is a very positive think to take away from this season, and that is the fact that Carter Knight is a winner. The Sailfish finished as the #1 team in the league, with a 12-4 record. While they would eventually lose to the Ultimus Winning Hawks in the conference championship, being able to go 12-4 with a rookie QB is impressive, and shows that Carter Knight excels at playing under pressure intense moments. Knight would make no pro bowls and win no awards this season, but this was a sign of things to come for the young QB.
S34: Carter Knight would finally have a good season as a professional ISFL QB, and for that matter even at the DSFL level. Knight led the Sailfish to yet another playoff berth (second longest streak all time only to the OCO dynasty) and was a superb leader of the team. While he was lucky to be able to rely on OPOTY John Huntsman throughout his journey, Knight himself certainly put forth a very good season as well. Knight led the league in completion percentage, was first in passer rating of all starting QBs, and threw for over 4500 yards, over 30 TDs, and only 13 picks. This was straight up a good season. While he may be known as Checkdown Carter, Knight was the single most efficient QB in almost a decade, notching himself as the second beset comp% of ALL TIME. With all of these stats, Knight was selected to a unanimous pro bowl, and was the runner of for QBOTY. And while it is unfortunate that the Sailfish were knocked out of the playoffs this season, with Knight only getting better, the future is bright.
S35: Carter Knight had an interesting S35, it wasn't a terrible season by any means, however it left much to be desired by the results. Knight was easily a top 5 QB this year, and while many have him pegged as a pro bowl snub, he still missed the pro bowl and subsequently he lost out on accolades. Knight led Sarasota to their first non playoff season in over a decade, and had his worst career ISFL game in week 16, throwing 0 TDs and 4 picks; eliminating him from QBOTY and pro bowl apparently. However, stat-wise this was still quite a good season for the Knight, throwing for 37 touchdowns and 4500 yards. However the 14 picks leaves a lot to be desired from the star young QB. His teammates however were incredible, with newcomer wideout Kaepercolin Jr being the WROTY and new rookie TE Salem being a TEOTY and OROTY candidate. Overall this was a disappointing season for the Sailfish, as missing the playoffs is an L, but stat wise there are a lot of positives, and next season we will definitely have a massive improvement.
Professional career statistics
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Achievements and records
S34 - 70.1 comp%, second best all time single season
S34 - ISFL Pro Bowl - Unanimous
S34 - First Team All Pro