Harper Woods (Mich.) Chandler Park Academy receiver Csont'e York has confirmed with 247Sports that he committed to Michigan on Wednesday.
"Michigan has tremendous football tradition and they are the winningest program of all time," York said. "They can get me to where I want to go. I had a long talk with my father and this is where I want to be."
The 6-foot-3, 190-pound York chose Michigan over offers from Cincinnati and Syracuse, among others. According to Chandler Park Academy coach John Jergovic, the Wolverines have landed the total package in York.
"Off the field, he's got a great head on his shoulders," Jergovich said. "He's a great kid with a great work ethic. And he started for us as a freshman on both sides of the ball. When he came in as a seventh grader, we knew he was a special play. He's physical, he's 6-3, 190, and he likes to block just as much as catching touchdown passes."
One particular aspect of York's game sold the Wolverines.
"His ball skills are ridiculous," Jergovich said. "After we got back from Michigan (Tuesday), I put in some film of Csont'e. Every ball was caught at the highest point. That's the one thing that Michigan really noticed and they were really blown away by."
York is the 18th commitment in Michigan's 2103 class, which is the top ranked class in the country.