Harmony's Seth Seabolt will realize a longtime dream of playing college basketball.

The senior guard will play for Grace University in Omaha, Neb. Grace competes in the National Christian Collegiate Athletic Association's Division II level.

"Playing basketball has been a dream of mine since I was a little kid. I started when I was 6 and haven't looked back since," Seabolt said.

Seabolt averaged 16 points per game and led Harmony with a team-best 59 three-pointers in 2013. He plans to study history and education in hopes of eventually becoming a college basketball coach.

Seabolt said his shooting will help him transition to the college level. He believes gaining strength will serve him well to prepare for bigger, faster, strong opponents.

"I have a very dangerous shot from behind the arc. I can shoot like a shooting guard, but pass like a point guard," Seabolt said. "I need to get stronger for the upcoming college. I'm not as strong as I would like to be right now."