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By Brandon Ogden

2018 Korbin Casey
Robert E. Lee High School graduate Korbin Casey came back to REL on Wednesday May 16, 2018 to sign his letter of intent to play collegiate basketball at Southwest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf. Casey played basketball at REL with assistance from a sign language interpreter.

After graduating from Tyler Lee High School in 2017, Korbin Casey didn’t know what the future would hold.

Casey, who was born deaf, played for the Red Raiders varsity basketball team as a senior, but once his high school years were complete, he wasn’t sure what his next step would be.

He took a year to “work and work out and tried to improve myself to get ready for college.”

Read more: https://tylerpaper.com/sports/highschool/lee-high-school-graduate-korbin-casey-signs-to-play-basketball/article_9ce275f4-5937-11e8-8bff-2750fdd6672c.html

Source: Tyler Morning Telegraph

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