Detroit’s Cass Tech helps football players go to next level

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Detroit’s Cass Technical High School has built a reputation of producing successful football players.

Head coach Thomas Whilcher said the school has built a 20-year reputation of sending students to NCAA Division I colleges to play.

Some players that have come from this school are Jourdan Lewis, who played for the University of Michigan and is now in his rookie season playing for the Dallas Cowboys, and Delano Hill, who also played at University of Michigan and is now with the Seattle Seahawks in his rookie season.

Cass Tech High School's football team plays the team from Martin Luther King High Jr. Senior High School. Cass Tech's program has built a reputation for sending players to Division I college teams.

Cydni D Robinson

Cass Tech High School’s football team plays the team from Martin Luther King High Jr. Senior High School. Cass Tech’s program has built a reputation for sending players to Division I college teams.

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