Here at Youth1 we enjoy celebrating the best in youth sports. What makes our platform special is the ability to help athletes gain national exposure for their talent on the field.
We love to hear when our members and athletes we cover accomplish their goal of receiving a college offer.
With that said, let's celebrate the accomplishment of 2027 QB Trent Seaborn, who recently picked up an offer from Auburn University. The Alabama QB already holds multiple D1 offers from major programs including Maryland, Hawaii, Marshall, Nebraska, and Arkansas, to name a few.
Seaborn announced the exciting news on his personal Twitter page.
I’m so excited to announce that after my @WARRIORNATION20 teammates and I WON the @AuburnFootball 7v7 Championship, @CoachPMonty told me I earned a scholarship offer! ALL GLORY TO GOD! 🙏🏾 #WarEagle🦅 @CoachHughFreeze @B_Aigamaua @cannon_monty @coachmarkf @RecruitWarriors… pic.twitter.com/OfdvcEew1E
— Trent Seaborn 2027 QB (@TrentSeaborn) June 8, 2023
Seaborn has been an elite QB in his class since his early youth days, with standout performances at various camps and combines over the years. He's known for his outstanding arm, playmaking ability and leadership.
Seaborn was one of the top ranked 2027 QBs on our Elite101 Rankings last fall.
Congrats to Trent on his offer! Many more are surely on the way.
For more on Trent Seaborn, check out his Monday Morning Quarterback interview and his highlights below.
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