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Seattle 7th grader is 'Good Morning America's' Kid Correspondent for Super Bowl LIV

The Hawks may not be headed to the Super Bowl this weekend, but there's still a reason for us to watch and cheer the PNW on!

Local seventh grader Quentin Corr was named 'Good Morning America's' Kid Correspondent for the Super Bowl LIV! He beat out hundreds of kids for the title, and he even got a special message from Russell Wilson, QB of the Seahawks, when it was announced on "Good Morning America" earlier this month.

“It means so much, it’s really crazy how I got picked out of so many kids to be the GMA Kid Correspondent and go to the Super Bowl," said Quentin. "I can’t wait to go, it’s going to be so much fun!”

Quentin will be down in Miami handing out the game ball on the field, at the NFL Red Carpet Honors and doing throws to GMA.

"I got a nice suit for that and that will be super fun," he said.

We thought we’d help prep Quentin before he takes off for Florida, by taking over for Gaard and hosting our show! Spoiler Alert, this is not the first time Quentin has been on KOMO’s air – when he was just 2, he was profiled on Eric’s Little Heroes! See it all in the video above.

Good luck Quentin!