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Friday Round-Up: K.J. Wright Helps Pay For His High School's State Championship Rings

Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright went back to Mississippi this week and made a donation to his high school basketball team.


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Here's a look at what's out there for today — Friday, May 18 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

​K.J. Wright Visits Olive Branch High School

Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright flew to the state of Mississippi this week and paid a visit to his high school alma mater, Olive Branch High School, where he made a donation to his school's state basketball championship rings. 

Wright graduated from Olive Branch in 2007 and was a standout 3-star athlete in football, basketball and track for the school. 

The Conquistadors' rings were given after the school claimed the 5A state championship in the month of March after defeating Forest Hill 64-44 in the state title game. Olive Branch finished the season with an impressive 28-4 record. 

Here are some clips from his trip back home:

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