Seabolt was one of the state's top receivers last year, catching 61 passes for 1,211 yards and 14 touchdowns for the Longhorns. Jones' quarterback, Michael Lowe, also returns from last year's 9-3 team that scored 56 or more points three times, thanks in large part to Seabolt's playmaking skills.
What goes into great chemistry between a wide receiver and quarterback?
Me and Michael have known each other for most of our lives. Three times a week, we stay after practice and he throws to me. We've become good friends and have a good connection on the field, and we keep working at making it better.
What are your goals this season?
I want to get to 1,500 receiving yards. I'll also be running the ball a whole lot more with some of the different things we've added to our offense, so I'm looking forward to that. I want to get my receptions up, too. I've always been around 50 or 60 catches. I definitely want more than that.
What was your favorite catch?
The game-winning catch to beat Millwood my sophomore year. I ran an out and up and beat the corner, and the safety couldn't get over.
What's the rivalry like with them?
It's been a good one. I've grown to be pretty good friends with guys like Josh (Turner), (Kevonte) Richardson and (Brandon) Swindall the past few years. It's not so much a rivalry between the players as it is the towns. But it's always fun to go out and compete with those guys.
What did you do over the summer to earn some money?
I worked with a moving and storage company and caught for a quarterback coach. Catching footballs was definitely a better way to earn money. I'll catch footballs all day long.
How often do you have to correct the spelling on your first name?
Quite a few. It gets misspelled every time I say it, it seems like. There are a lot of e's that get scribbled out. But it's getting better.