In Blitz: The League, Clayton Wescott is one of the three choices for the rookie draft pick of the Player-Created Team (according to official canon, he is the definitive rookie character of the storyline). He's a QB and follows the rookie's storyline in the game's campaign mode. He starts out his story by flirting with the captain of the team's cheerleading squad, Jacqui. She turns him down for a date to begin with due to the League's non-fraternization policy. She changes her mind after the team wins the Division III Championship. The relationship becomes complicated after Bruno Battaglia joins the team as the two already know each other and Battaglia attempts to put the moves on her. Things get even worse after they run into New York Nightmare LB Quentin Sands in a nightclub and he suggests he's the only one that could truly satisfy Jacqui leading to a brawl that lands the team in jail. To top it off during the first Division I game against the Nightmare Sands lands a dirty hit on the rookie and he's predicted to miss the rest of Division I play. Luckily he's able to make a full recovery and leads the team to The League Championship as well as repair and strengthen his relationship with Jacqui. It is also possible for the rookie to injury Sands during the League Championship Game by using an unleash on him.
In Blitz: The League II, Clayton Wescott has not only joined the Washington Redhawks, but has became their team captain. During this time, Wescott is transformed from a bright-eyed, idealistic rookie to a selfish, hardened superstar. Wescott reportedly develops an ego and spends much of his spare time recording rap albums. Shortly before the player plays against the Redhawks, he is arrested for leaving the scene of an accident when his wrecked Italian sports car is found abandoned on the highway. Wescott maintains that the car was stolen, and he returns in time for the game, but the incident makes him the third consecutive Redhawks team captain to be arrested. After the Division II season, he is signed by the Los Angeles Riot as a result of the Commissioner voiding the contracts of many team captains, and plays for them in Division I.
Before the 2011 season, Wescott wanted out of LA after losing the Division I Championship. He was Granted a Release and signed back with the Redhawks.