Sconnie Mcsix

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Sconnie Mcsix
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No. 19 – Baltimore Hawks
Position:Wide Receiver
Personal information
Born: (2027-17-11)May 11, 2027 (aged 25)
Barrow, Alaska, U.S.
Height:6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight:220 lb (100 kg)
Career information
High school:Barrow High School
College:University of Alaska-Anchorage
ISFL Draft:S36 / Round: 1 / Pick: 14
DSFL Draft:S35 / Round: 
Career history
Norfolk Seawolves
Roster status:Active

Sconnie McSix (born May 11, 2027) is an American football widereceiver who is currently playing for the Baltimore Hawks.He played college football for University of Alaska-Anchorage and spent one season in the DSFL with the Norfolk Seawolves, helping them to an Ultimini Championship.

Early years

Sconnie McSix was born on May 11, 2027 at Samuel Simmonds Memorial Hospital in Barrow, Alaska. His mother was a nurse at the hospital, while his father worked for the government as a land surveyor. From his early years, McSix was raised to persevere through difficult circumstances. The weather conditions in Barrow (the northernmost city in the United States) can be brutal, summers are short, and this builds a natural resilience into its citizens. Also working against McSix was the lack of a football program in his hometown. As a young man, he worked with other students and a few passionate adults to raise money to fund a football field. The story went viral, with donations coming in from football fans from all around the country. In 2006, the students got their wish, a football field and the establishment of a high school program. McSix thrived on the gridiron, as the power back showed impressive speed and receiving skills on top of a bruising running game to become a dominant force in the state. He led Barrow to back to back small school state championships before accepting a scholarship to the University of Alaska-Anchorage, a place where he would again be part of a brand new program.

College career

When McSix joined the UAA program in 2046, the university had just completed a massive construction project, building a beautiful turf football field on the university campus and ushering in the college football era. McSix quickly made headlines, going off for 200 yards and two touchdowns on the ground and another 100 yards and a score in the air on an opening night win over the University of Washington Huskies. He would finish the season in the top five in Division 1 in rushing yards and in the number one spot in all-purpose yards. This wouldn't change as his career went on, as McSix ultimately grew into his 6'2", 220 lb frame, allowing him to further improve his up-the-gut rushing game. By the time his college career was done, McSix had four All-American honors, two Heisman trophies, the NCAA career rushing yardage record, and a spotlight on him entering the upcoming DSFL draft.

College career statistics

Career statistics Rushing Offensive Line
Season Team Games Att Yards Avg Lg TD Pancakes Sacks Allowed
Career UAA 50 1234 7157 5.8 99 112 178 0

Professional career

Sconnie McSix came in determined to make a big splash in the DSFL right from the jump, and he accomplished that in his rookie season. As the team's lead back in a rush-heavy offense, he carried the ball 256 times for 1262 yards, proving to be a workhorse back who churned out tough yardage for first downs. McSix had some frustrations throughout the season, as veteran back Will Groves stole the spotlight at times, taking 125 carries for himself and getting a lot of goal line work, resulting in 10 touchdowns to McSix's 6. Aside from the personal issues, the ground game was super effective for the Seawolves, leading to a storybook turnaround which saw the team go from worst to first, following up last season's disappointing 3-11 last place finish with a 10-4 regular season and Ultimini win over the Kansas City Coyotes. Many questions surround McSix as he heads into the ISFL draft. Will he be back for another season in Norfolk to make a potential MVP run? Will he get called up immediately? Will his ISFL team look to have him swap positions? We'll have to stay tuned to find out, but one thing is for sure, McSix has proven himself as a player to watch in this league.

As it turns out, McSix would be drafted and called up immediately for the Baltimore Hawks, who deemed him as their WR1 of the future. McSix got in on the action right off the bat, and put up solid numbers despite being arguably the #5 option on the offense behind RBs Dante King and Busch Goose, TE Leonard Graf, and WR Luke Quick. McSix was near the top of the league in touchdowns with 9, and clearly developed some chemistry with aging QB Gimmy Jarapolo. Heading into his sophomore season, McSix looks to try to approach the 1000 yard receiving mark and improve on his low 40.6 yards per game average from last season. With Quck, Goose, and King all regressing, he may have a chance to do just that, and he will hope to make some noise as a young player to watch in the ISFL. With Baltimore drafting rookie Preston Beatz to be their quarterback of the future, they are hoping for Beatz-McHits to the the league's next big one-two punch when Beatz makes his pro debut.

Professional career statistics

Career statistics Rushing Offensive Line
Season Team Games Att Yards Avg Lg TD Pancakes Sacks Allowed
2050 Seawolves 14 256 1262 4.9 54 6 13 0
Career statistics Receiving
Season Team Games Rec Yards Avg Lg TD
2051 Hawks 16 63 649 10.3 54 9

Achievements and records