Transcript for 'GMA' gives 2019 NFL Kid Correspondent the surprise of a lifetime
I was about to say, you feel at home. Don't tackle anybody. Don't hurt anybody. You're safe. Back here on "Gma" and the countdown is on to super bowl Sunday. Yes. We have a very special guest here this morning at just 8 years old, camdyn is already a huge football fan. A die-hard football fan and is backstage right behind -- well, he's right behind doors. He has no idea that his biggest dream is about to come true. He's waited to find out if he's heading to the super bowl at this year's NFL kid correspondent. Well, he's about to get a surprise of a lifetime but first let's take a look at his story. You won. You are the super champ. You're the winner. Oh, my gosh. We brought you here because you're the big winner. Oh, my gosh. For the past three years, "Good morning America" and the NFL have teamed up to select one lucky kid to be our correspondent at the super bowl. That was the best moment of my entire life. Reporter: An incredible week for an incredible kid. Best week ever. Reporter: Full of vip access to top players. How do you train to be a great quarterback? Reporter: Walking the red carpet at the hottest NFL parties. What kind of jewelry do we have on. My Fannie NFL exclusive wristband. Reporter: This year the competition was tighter than ever. But only one kid scoring the ultimate spot at the super bowl. I play every single day outside. He doesn't know it yet but this year's winner is 8-year-old camdyn Clancy quarterback of his football team. I was quarterback and led my team to the championship and won. Reporter: He thinks he's traveling to New York as a finalist. I can't believe I'm on my way to New York. Reporter: But little does he know he's about to become "Gma's" MVP at the biggest game of the year. I can't believe I actually have a chance to go to the super bowl. It just gives me goose bumps when I think about it. Whoo-hoo! Well, he is literally right behind the ball. He has no idea he's the winner. We're going to be quiet, but here we go, three, two, one, open the door. ??? Can't touch this ??? Everybody, welcome camdyn Clancy. Con on out, camdyn. Nice to see you. So they're cheering for you because you're here as a finalist for the NFL play 60 contest. Well, you know, it's a little something we failed to mention, you're not a finalist, camdyn, you are the winner, my friend. Yes! There you go. ??? Hammer time ??? You are our kid correspondent. That kind of hurt. Right here in the center. We're going to sit on the bench. What does it mean to you you're going to the super bowl? It means a lot to me. It means a lot to you. It really does mean a lot to you. I know you're a football player and you led your team to the championship as a quarterback. But you love football so much, but you live in Alaska where it gets dark early. But you practice in the dark. How do you see? Well, I wear this headlamp and it wraps around my head so I can catch the ball, throw the ball, kick the ball. Pretty much anything. That's dedication. That's dedication. You know this man right here, he played in the super bowl. He won the super bowl. He's an NFL hall of famer so I'm going to give you the Mike. Why don't you get a little practice in. What would you like to ask Michael Strahan, hall of famer, about his playing. I'm sweating right after the game. What did you eat before every game? Before every game, early game I had egg whites, oatmeal, wheat toast. I wanted to stay light and quick. Yeah, that's how I did it, yeah. Then the amp games I had chicken breast, chicken breast and some brown rice. Some protein. Some protein. Get myself going. What do you eat before a game. I usually -- because my games were at 7:00 A.M., so I ate eggs, strawberries and toast. Wow. See, we're on the same program. That's what I'm talking about. Now, we understand you're such a big fan of the Seattle Seahawks and that you even dressed up like one of them for Halloween. Who was it? Tyler Lockett. What is it about Tyler? Well, he's humble and he's not unsportsmanship and he winches with class. He loses with class and also he broke his leg and came back through the injury that he could have actually stopped playing but he actually chose to play. And you've done that too, right? Didn't have you an injury and did the same thing. I broke my arm when I was 4 years old and 4 years later I was quarterbacking and led my team to the championship. A couple time. Just happened to do that. Well, I think we have a special message for you. Take a look. Hey, camdyn, it's Tyler Lockett from your Seattle Seahawks. Thanks for cheering us on from Alaska. I sent you a Jersey to represent the 12s. Have a great time and I hope to see you in Atlanta. Go, hawks. You look a little surprised. Yeah. Well, you know, Tyler Lockett came back and had an incredible season. He talked about the Jersey. Well, he wasn't able to make it so he has somebody special to bring the Jersey and the swag out to you. So, there you go. Here you go, camdyn. All right. Thank you. Oh, wow. Camdyn, you know what, you have on the helmet. You have the uniform. We heard you have a touchdown dance. You have a great touchdown dance. Can you do the touchdown dance for us? What's your touchdown dance? I'll hold it for you. ??? Just dance ??? ??? Just dance ??? ??? dance dance ??? ??? just dance ??? Whoo. How does he do that? Hey, thank you so much, blitz. We appreciate you being here and, camdyn, you're going to have a great time. Congratulations. It looks good on you. Thank you. Our kid correspondent all super bowl week so be sure to
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