NFL Kid Correspondent on Meeting Her Football Idols

Marlo Mosley, 11, talks about her adventure so far at Super Bowl 50 as the NFL PLAY 60 Super Kid.
2:26 | 02/03/16

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Now the "Gma" special correspondent for the big game, Marlo mosley who's been reporting for us all week. She was chosen from thousands of young football fans to be the NFL's play 60 super kid and she's just that. She is a super kid. Now she is joining us from her home in San Jose, good morning, Marlo. Good morning, Michael. Hey, now I know you're a big 49ers Fran. Super bowl is in your city. You were chosen to be part of a skills and drills scrimmage clinic yesterday. Did you learn anything? I did not but I interviewed a couple 49ers. Met Ian Williams yesterday. Interviewed him. I met arik Armstead as well and met him at media day Monday so that was fun and then I got to meet Dylan Thompson, third string quarterback of the 49ers and Torrey smith, a great guy. It was a bunch of fun. Well, I'm sure they were honored to meet you too. Don't lose sight of that. Also, you were part of the NFL kids show "NFL rush." What was yourt fair part of doing the program. I think my favorite part of the program was seeing all these kids like me be a part of that and just love football like I do. To the only are you a part -- you're the NFL play 60 kid but you play football so what message do you have for other young -- Yes, I do. What message do you have for other young girls who play football, want to play football, what would you say to them. So, when I was in my first year I did get bullied that all the boys said I couldn't do it. I just say be positive and if you really want to do it, go out for it and just try your best at what you do. Well, I tell you right now I'm sure all those boys are very jealous of you right now. You know that, right? They want to be your best friend when you go back to school. Now, one of the big things you get to do which is -- one of the things you get to do which is so exciting you get to run the team out for the kickoff for the super bowl. How incredible is that? Do you have any -- is there any kind of special like run you got? Are you going to moonwalk? I'm going to be like, you know, showing the football out there, you know, super bowl 50, I'm here and I'm going to be like waving to the fans, I'm going to be having the time of my life. You should have the tile of your life. It is the time of my life and I'm honored to talk to you. You're an inspiration to everybody out. Thank you. Enjoy it. That's Marlo mosley and thank you, Marlo and everybody let's go outside to rob to tell us

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