Camdyn Clancy will be this year's NFL Kid Correspondent at Super Bowl LIII.
Camdyn Clancy arrived in New York this week thinking he was a finalist for the NFL's Play 60 contest to be the Kid Correspondent at Super Bowl LIII.
Instead, the 8-year-old was surprised on Tuesday when he was named the winner of the contest. "Good Morning America" hosts Michael Strahan and Robin Roberts told Clancy the big news, and his reaction is priceless.
Following the announcement, Clancy sat down and practiced his interview skills with Strahan.
Clancy, who is from Alaska, plays quarterback for his youth football team. His favorite player is Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett. Clancy was given another surprise when Lockett delivered a video message and said that he hopes to see the kid correspondent in Atlanta.
Super Bowl LIII will be Feb. 3 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in Atlanta. Clancy will head to Georgia the week of the big game for behind-the-scenes access with players, coaches and fans.