|No. 10 – Lorain Firestorm|
|Species||Malamute ( Canidae )|
|Make Some Noise|
|Listed height||7 ft 6 in (2.29 m)|
|Listed weight||335 lb (152 kg)|
|School||Alaska Academy/Pajaro Fuego Academy|
|FBA draft||2018 / Round: 2 / Pick: 30th overall|
|Selected by the Lorain Firestorm|
|Pro playing career||2018–present|
|2021 Salary||$4.5 million|
|2022 Salary||$4.5 million|
|2023 Salary||$4.5 million|
|(OOC) Usage||Ask me before any use|
The Lowe family is famous in Alaska for their sporting prowess, although most of the clan have ended up competing in ice endurance races or representing America at the Winter Olympics. It may normally be hard for a malamute to stick out in Alaska, but the Lowes certainly stick out. Large and in charge, Lowe doesn't massively stick out amongst his nine brothers such is the average height of the family, towering at on average over 6 ft 8, there's no question he will largely tower over a draft class at 7 ft 6 inches. For Mason, it wasn't so much of a question of if sport was for him, but which sport was for him. An enthusiastic instructor at Alaska Academy keen to earn the ear of the famous family made an early claim of the malamutes height for the basketball team, and being the committed and quite frankly unargumentative canine he is, Mason complied. Dedicated to his craft and ice cool in contrast to the pressure you would associate with someone from a successful family background, Lowe is grounded and a dog of simple tastes. He detests those who are not completely dedicated to the sport, and hates to see players gifts wasted. Able to catch the eye of scouts on name and presence alone, Mason is an incredibly capable center, intimidating in size with incredible slashing potential. Having been farmed out to the Pajaro Fuego Academy in Spain for six months as a finishing school of such (having blooded FBA stars before, although never a non-Spaniard) it is clear that Mason is ready to become the first. His desires are few, but his largest is strong - the focus he uses in the gym - to be the greatest of the Lowes. His physical advantage over some of his peers maybe great, but he must overshadow gold medals and lightweight boxing championships . He has only one desire, to not only emulate the greatest Siberian canines who have gone before them, but surpass them. And when you're in a room with him, I challenge you not to have your longs empty from shock and I don't have to face him, I worry for his opponents.
Lorain - From Ice To Fire
After a slightly uninspiring Combine, the malamute was taken by the Lorain Firestorm. His first season was largely unspectacular, but he put up some good numbers on occassion, his size proving awkward and good at breaking down set plays and attacks from the opposition. The malamute also seems to despise social media, and is the very opposite of the media-hungry athletes in the league. He clearly likes to keep his head down and train hard.