Thompson (Alabaster, Ala.) football just won its fourth consecutive state championship, and it did so with a middle schooler starting at the most important position on the field.
Thompson and Seaborn (12-for-14, 207 yards and five touchdowns) got off to a hot start and never looked back, and as a result, they didn't need to attempt a single pass in the fourth quarter.
Seaborn's final pass of the night will go down as a candidate for national play of the week, thanks largely to the effort put forth by his receiver Korbyn Williams.
It was the fourth time Seaborn and Williams hooked up for a score on the night, with two touchdowns coming in each half.
Thompson opened its 2022 slate ranked No. 11 in the country but faltered with early-season losses to fellow Power 25 teams Buford (Georgia) and Lipscomb Academy (Tennessee).
From that point on, the Warriors went 11-1 on their way to bringing home a fourth consecutive state title.
(Trent Seaborn photo courtesy of Jason Seaborn)