Scoonie Barrett

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Scoonie Barrett
(Otter, F/C)
ID# 540
Scoonie Barrett.png
Photo by Pac
No. 81 – Hawaii Kahunas
Position Bigfur
Species Otter ( Mustelidae )
Gender Male
The River Tank
Ink Web
Mistah Scoons
Personal information
Born (1991-11-12) November 12, 1991 (age 31)
Holt, MI
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m)
Listed weight 262 lb (119 kg)
Shoots Right
Career information
High school Holt Furry High School
Holt, MI
School Mustelid University of Michigan
FBA draft 2013 / Round: 1 / Pick: 7th overall
Selected by the Hawaii Kahunas
Pro playing career 2013–present
Career history
2013-2022 Hawaii Kahunas
Career highlights and awards
  • FBA All-Star x9 (2015-2023)
  • FBA All-Star Game MVP (2022)
  • FBA Rookie All-Star (2014)
Contract information
Contract year 2022
2023 Salary $17 million
2024 Salary $18 million
Player Contacts
(IC) Agent Terry Wattanaporn (male red squirrel)
(OOC) Creator Qovapryi
(OOC) Actor Qovapryi
(OOC) Usage Ask me before any use

Scoonie Enoch Barrett (Otter, born Trung Hee Enoch Barrett on November 12, 1991) is a professional basketball player for the Hawaii Kahunas of the Furry Basketball Association (FBA). Standing at a muscular 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m), he has started at the power forward and center positions during his stint as a Kahuna.


Born and raised in Holt, Michigan, Scoonie comes from a line of traditionally big and prolific Nebraskan otters. His father Stephen Barrett was a US Army Vietnam war veteran during the late stages of the conflict. While on mission, the burly, heavyset river otter fell in love with a young Vietnamese otter girl, Huong Ha, who followed him to the States as a refugee after the end of the war. They eventually married and settled down in Michigan, where over the following fourteen years they gave birth to eight children, of which Scoonie was the last-born.

Although being the youngest, Scoonie grew up as the tallest in his family, already towering at 6’7” before turning eighteen and reaching 6’10” during his first college year. Since childhood, he’d been used to play endless games of pickup basketball in his backyard with his older brothers (two of them, the twins Sean and Rudyard, are now professional players in Europe) but when he enrolled at the Mustelid University of Michigan, everyone expected him to make the football team as a quarterback, due to his very muscular, stout frame and amazing lower-body strength. Indeed, he applied for the college’s football program, but almost immediately switched to basketball.

During his first two years as a varsity player Scoonie perfected his rebounding skills and polished up his shooting from within, earning a spot into the soon-to-be all-mustelid starting lineup. His offensive play, as well as his imposing defense in the post against much bigger players, soon made him an invaluable asset to the cause of his team. He finally caused a sensation in his junior year when he led the Wolverines’ team to the FCAA Final Four, being a still relatively unknown player before the Big Dance.

Kind of a free spirit, almost his whole body is covered in tribal tattoos, which he got as a distinctive mark. Despite his fierce, fearless look and imposing presence, which may make his appearance more than a little intimidating, Scoonie is a very laid back, easy-going guy outside the court. In his spare time, other than basketball, he enjoys swimming, playing chess and practicing indoor climbing. As his brothers, he’s proficient in both English and Vietnamese; his name comes from an Anglicization of his Vietnamese given name, Trung Hee (pronounced CHUNG-hee).