High School: Seward racked up more than 70 balls for 1,844 yards receiving and 26 touchdowns in his senior season at Davidson Day School. Ranked the 139th best player in the 2013 class from North Carolina by MaxPreps.com, Seward helped guide Davidson Day to an 11-1 record. He had five multi-TD games and went over the 100-yard mark five times. His best game came when he caught 306 yards worth of passes. Led Davidson Day to a 22-3 record as a member of the varsity team. Accumulated 3,762 yards receiving in his three seasons with Davidson Day. Won a Division III state title in 2011 and Division II state championship in 2012. Named a member of the all-Lake Norman first team in 2011 and 2012 and to the all-Mecklenburg County second team in 2012. Seward was also a top five player for the Charlotte Metro Area in 2012. Shattered several Mecklenburg County football receiving records in 2011 and 2012. His 1,844 yards topped former Georgia Standout and Cleveland Brown Mohamed Massaquoi 1,834 yards receiving. Set a single game record with his 306-yard outburst.
Personal: A honor roll student for 2011. Hails from a football family. His father Michael Seward played basketball at Rust College, while his cousin Marcus Barnett plays football for the University of Cincinnati. Was also recruited by Coastal Carolina, Western Carolina, North Carolina Central, Appalachian State and Campbell. The son of Herbert Michael and Eleanor Francine Steward. He's undecided on a major in college.