When the second half of Super Bowl LIV started, a young man ran onto the field to deliver the game ball to the officials. That young man was none other than Seattle’s own Quentin Corr who had the honor of being this year’s NFL PLAY 60 Super Kid. NFL PLAY 60 is the National Football League’s national youth health and wellness campaign which is designed to encourage kids to get physically active in some way for at least 60 minutes a day.
NFL PLAY 60 chose 13-year-old Quentin based on his dedication to a healthy lifestyle and passion for helping other kids to see the importance of staying physically active and eating healthy.
Good Morning America’s Super Bowl Coverage featured Quentin all week before the game, interviewing celebrities and players as well as taking part in pregame activities around Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
Quentin also got to attend the NFL Red Carpet Honors which is the National Football League’s annual awards show recognizing the NFL’s best players, performances, and plays from the current season. That was where the 2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame class was introduced – including former Seahawk Steve Hutchinson! – and The Associated Press gave out their honors to Most Valuable Player Lamar Jackson and Rookie of the Year Kyler Murray.
Among his “scoops” in the week before the game, Seahawk Fan Quentin got to interview Russell Wilson and his wife Ciara, talking about their breaking baby news!
Quentin not only loves football and the Seahawks but he also plays basketball and chess and is an avid golfer!
Quentin even runs his own YouTube channel called “QuentinVision” where he talks about his own golf experience but also interviews other players and coaches from all around the Northwest.
So remember his name – Quentin Corr – the NFL Play 60 Super Kid!
Now, you, go outside and Play!