Eli Schuck

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Eli Schuck
(Pangolin, C)
ID# 190
Pac Eli Schuck.png
Illustrated by Pac
No. 55 – Dakota Bikers
Position Center
Species Pangolin ( Manidae )
Gender Male
Personal information
Born (1992-11-14) November 14, 1992 (age 30)
Lockhart, Texas
Nationality American
Listed height 7 ft 6 in (2.29 m)
Listed weight 330 lb (150 kg)
Shoots Right
Career information
School Saddleback University
FBA draft 2013 / Undrafted
Pro playing career 2013–present
Career history
Mar 2014-Aug 2014 Santa Ana Spectrums
Aug 2014-2020 Tennessee Moonshiners
2020-2022 Winnipeg Voyageurs
2022-present Dakota Bikers
Career highlights and awards
Contract information
Contract year 2014
2023 Salary $2 million
2024 Salary $2 million
Player Contacts
(IC) Agent Murina Beaubonique (female black rat)
(OOC) Creator Pac (Adopted by Kingsley Wolfe)
(OOC) Actor Kingsley Wolfe
(OOC) Usage Ask me before any use

Eli Schuck is a male pangolin center currently playing for the Tennessee Moonshiners.


From the land of… well… land, and BBQ, Eli Schuck was born into a long tradition of working on the family acreage and learning the secrets of barbecue cooking that had been passed down from generation to generation. In a pastoral plot west of Lockhart, Texas, Eli from a young age, like his brothers and sisters, was required to help out with the family business, anything from picking grubs by hand from the mill fields to rinsing out the vats that cooked down their signature barbecue sauces. The simple yet busy country life appeared to be the destiny for all of the Schuck progeny.

Eli, while faithful and dedicated to his parents and their legacy, wanted something a little different. Being the youngest, Eli had less pressure on him than his older siblings who were already being groomed to take the reins for the family business. While still expected to grow up knowing the ropes in their trade, Eli had more freedom to branch out. He was the baby of the family, but I had become clear he was not going to be “the littlest”. He steadily passed many of his siblings, reaching the height of his eldest brother when he was sixteen years old, and kept growing.

In the beginning, Eli tried many sports at the pee-wee level, as many kids do his age. Nothing particularly stuck until it was determined he was going to be a pangolin of tremendous height. He quickly joined any team he could get on, of which he had few options being that Lockhart was such a small isolated town. He proved his worth time and time again, even as far back as the middle school playground, having always been the tallest on the court. Pangolins are not known for their jumping, but with long sturdy arms and huge claw rimmed paws, defending the basket became effortless at his position as a center. His ball handling left something to be desired, but it took considerable effort from the opposition, offense or defense, to strip the ball from him if he got it in his claws. He took up a lot of real-estate near the hoop and made sure everyone knew whose neighborhood they were in.

Once in college, helping Saddleback University achieve winning streaks they only dreamed of, his friends and coaches asked about his involvement in the FBA. The quiet dignified pangolin was humbled by the support, admitting to a long standing interest in wanting to join the FBA since he was little, but still felt the press re of obligation back home. It wasn’t until he got his parents’ blessings that he finally submitted his name, promising to his family and community proud, and use his earnings to help the family business in his own way.

2013-2014 Season

After failing to be picked up during the 2013 FBA Draft, Schuck slipped into restricted free agency. He was later picked up mid-season on March 20, 2014, when the Santa Ana Spectrums signed him to a league minimum contract.