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Riverdale Baptist, Maryland – In the world of high school football, certain athletes possess a magnetic allure, drawing attention not just for their prowess on the field, but for the journey that led them there. Jeremiah Seaton, a 3-star ATH (athlete) hailing from Riverdale Baptist, epitomizes this narrative. Standing at 5’10 and weighing 190lbs, Seaton is a force to be reckoned with on the gridiron.

The Early Beginnings:

"I first started playing when I was 6 years old, running around all I knew was to get the ball and score and I had a whole lot of fun doing that," Seaton reminisces. "But one day as I got older, my older brother saw so much potential that I didn’t even see in myself, and once I did, I fell in love with the game."

Commitment to Excellence:

Beyond the confines of his high school team, Seaton actively collaborates with Mo Gibson of Gibson PT and Pat Reeves of PR Strength to hone his skills.

Recruitment Journey:

"My recruiting progress is going great, huge thanks to God," Seaton acknowledges gratefully. "I first started getting recruited end of my sophomore year with Tennessee, Maryland, and Morgan State extending an offer towards me." With a tentative commitment timeline set for his senior year, Seaton is meticulously considering his options.

Preparation for Success:

As he gears up for the upcoming football season, Seaton's rigorous off-season routine speaks volumes about his dedication. "In the morning I run a mile every day with core workouts, in the middle of the day I watch film to see what I need to work on and what I can get better at," he details. "Then I go lift, rest, then I go to the field to perfect my craft."

Beyond the Game:

An avid gamer and a dedicated athlete, Seaton is a duality of passion. "An aspect that makes me unique is that I’m a dawg and I’m trying to get better every day," he asserts. When he's not dominating on the field, you can find Seaton immersed in games like Warzone and Madden.

As Jeremiah Seaton continues to etch his name in the annals of high school football, his journey serves as an inspiration to aspiring athletes everywhere, proving that with dedication, talent, and a relentless work ethic, anything is possible.

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