Toledo held their annual high school 7on7 Monday and over 30 teams were in attendance. One of the…
York talks about his game, speed, and more
GBW: Talk about today's performance and what you we're working on?
York: "Yeah I just tried to come out and get a little separation from the corner. Because they were playing a little deep. So I did short routes, corners, whips, outs. You know if they tried to jam me, I would go for the fly, post corner, post, and get a little separation, that's it."
GBW: You had a few drops out there, but besides that how would you evaluate your day?
York: "It was pretty good, but I could have done better though."
GBW: I saw you chatting it up with your future offensive Coordinator Al Borges. What was the interaction like with your future coach?
York: "I think he is a real good coach. I see myself being there with him coaching me. He was saying I did real good. You know I got the hands and everything they need at Michigan. I'll be up there to work with him on Sunday."
GBW: What have you been doing lately to increase your speed? And what are you running the forty at currently?
York: "Right now I run a 4.57. But at my school Chandler Park Academy, we have a speed and conditioning coach. And he has been really good to us. We do a lot of speed workouts with the ladder, and run up and down the field constantly. He works on our legs. He is a real good coach. He is improving everything."
GBW: What are some things you will be working on throughout the summer as a pass catcher?
York: "I'm trying to get corners not to touch me. To get off the jam. I'm alright, but I am stepping back too much. I just need to go forward and get their hands off of me."
GBW: What's next up for you on your summer circuit?
York: "My school, we have a 7-on-7 tournament this Saturday at Bowling Green. And Monday we got the Toledo tournament."
Here is an excerpt of GoBlueWolverine's evaluation of York's performance on Wednesday:
Csont'e York was a late arrival to the event Wednesday. York was able to participate in the second half of the day's festivities. At 6-foot-2, 180-pounds, York is a very elusive wide receiver. He has a good skill set, and is able to use his body to shed defenders to make a catch. He has an arsenal of moves, and was able to create separation when he wanted to. York's major issue was a case of the drops. He would do everything perfect on the route, but a few times he didn't catch the ball. So he needs to work on his focus, but other than that he had a good day.
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