McKill, 26, much like other kids in Scotland, began playing rugby at a young age. Before moving to Noosa, Queensland at 9 years old, he played for the Edinburgh based club Watsonians WFC. He continued playing for the Noosa Dolphins and St. Andrews club followed by attending and playing at Nudgee College in Brisbane from 9-12 of age.
After finishing school, McKill returned to the Noosa Dolphins to play senior rugby before attending the University of the Sunshine Coast earning his Bachelor’s in Urban Planning and Property Development. While in school, he represented the Sunshine Coast and Queensland Coast on the pitch.
He then moved back to the UK where his career started at a young age, the Watsonians. McKill boasted his rugby career with several 7s tournament wins including the Barbados Sevens in Dubai with the Waterboys and the UK Super Sevens with Samurai Rugby. He also received a call up to the Scotland Sevens squad in 2018 and won the famous Melrose Sevens with the Watsonians.
McKill moved back to Australia in 2019 and has been playing for the Warringah Rats for the past two seasons. Warringah competes in the Shute Shield, a semi-professional league out of Sydney, Australia.
As an experienced international player, McKill looks to bring his knowledge and experience to the squad and pass it onto younger players. He looks forward to experiencing Dallas, especially going to a Mavs game, checking out some of the nightlife, and trying Texas BBQ.