Teen Is 'Freaking Out!' After Learning He's Going To The Super Bowl Thanks To Make-A-Wish

Teen Learns He's Going To Super Bowl From His Favorite Seahawk

Teen Seahawks fan Daniel Duncan got news that just about every Seattle football fan would love to get -- he's going to the Super Bowl.

To add to the surprise, arranged by Make-A-Wish, the message came from none other than Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner, one of Daniel's favorite players.

"Oh my God! I'm freaking out!" responded Daniel, a 13-year-old at Washington Middle School in Olympia, Washington, when he got the call on Friday.

That's pretty much what we'd say.

Daniel was originally supposed to attend next year's game, but a life-threatening condition that affects his eyesight spurred Make-A-Wish officials to get him to the Super Bowl this year, a foundation rep for the Alaska and Washington chapter told The Huffington Post. A local donor came through and now Daniel is ecstatically Super Bowl bound.

Daniel, his mother and aunt leave Friday for the game.

"He hasn't slept since Friday when that happened. He's kind of just on a natural high," mom Maureen Duncan told HuffPost, adding that her son "is totally stoked."

Have an amazing time, Daniel!

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