Listed between 6'2, 180 and 6'3, 190
Scout Profile - 3*, #67 WR
Rivals Profile - NR
24/7 Profile - 3*, "85"
He apparently had a great showing at the Nike NFTC event in Columbus over the weekend, ranking among the best players in attendance according to 24/7, Scout, and Rivals:
5. C’sonte York, WR, Harper Woods (Mich.) Chandler Park Academy – With only offers from Toledo and Bowling Green York continues to quietly go about his business, demanding more offers with his play. For much of Saturday, the wide receiver group seemed to be screaming for someone to step up and emerge as a challenge to the defensive backs and during one-on-ones, York did exactly that.
The 6-2 prospect took countless reps, winning most of them and showing great ball skills, route-running and mismatch size. York has impressed us in several different settings and he deserves a lot more college interest than he is receiving.WR - Csont'e York Harper Woods (Mich.) Chandler Park Academy: York made everything look so easy that we started to take it for granted. By the end of the camp his circus catches were looking routine. He is very smooth in and out of his breaks. Possesses very good ball skills and gets separation from the defender. He uses his body well to shield defenders from the ball. Smooth, gliding type of runner. Not sure how good his top end speed is, but he is very tough to cover on the short to intermediate routes.Sam Webb mentioned yesterday that he grew up an MSU fan. He's supposed to be visiting UM today.4. WR Csont'e York, Harper Woods (Mich.) Chandler Park Academy
This is the third time we have seen the 6-foot-3 and 185-pound York in the last month, and it is becoming apparent he is one of the most underrecruited prospects in the Midwest. Besides having great size, York is a very technical receiver. He runs clean routes and makes sharp cuts, creating space for his quarterback to find him down the field. York was open all day in 7-on-7 and one-on-one play, and caught everything thrown his way. Those times when a defensive back does close on him, York shows great ability to track the football and come down with the catch.
Last edited by ChrisBrown; 05-08-2012 at 10:26 AM.
what class is he in? 2013 or 2014?
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Bars and sports stadiums...no one ever gets into irrational arguments in places like that.That dichotomy is at the heart of a bill approved 5-1 Thursday, sending the largest overhaul in a decade of Michigan’s concealed handgun to the full Senate.
The changes would increase gun-range requirements for a basic permit and mandate those with even more training be allowed to carry concealed weapons in churches, bars, sports stadiums and other public places.
Okay that's some ****ed up ****.... Pretty sure it deserves it's. Own thread too
The thing that gets me, and yes this should probably be in its own thread, is that a single unhinged fan could pull out a gun and shoot the star player for the opposing team. I know that the vast majority of people with concealed weapons permits are responsible and want to exercise their 2nd amendment right to the fullest possible degree, because "**** you" that's why, but I can't think of a single good thing coming from having concealed weapons at sporting events.