York welcomes 2 CFC100s

York adds one provincial commit and one out-of-province commit to their 2019 class.

CFC100 receivers Jaxon Hume from Harry Ainlay High School and Retsen Daley from St. Francis High School will be bringing their talents to the York Lions for the 2019 season and beyond.

CFC100 Jaxon Hume

Jaxon Hume is ready to develop with the York Lions. “I chose to commit to York because it was the best place to be for me in terms of my own personal growth on and off the field,” Hume said.

“I have a very deep respect for the York coaching staff,” he added. “Coach Kamau Peterson’s offensive system is what drew me closely as well as his long resume of athletes that he has coached to success.”

In terms of academics, Hume is interested in taking media and cinematic arts.

Hume calls Edmonton, Alberta, home. He played with the Harry Ainlay Titans (MEHSFL) as a slotback and receiver. The 6’0, 175lbs athlete was named to the 2017 and 2018 all-Canadian 1st-team and was a 2018 Carr League MVP.

CFC60/100 Retsen Daley

Retsen Daley is from Brampton, Ontario. Standing at 6’2, 185lbs, he has played for the St. Francis Raiders in Athol Springs, New York. Before that he was a member of the St. Roch Ravens (ROPSSAA) and the Brampton Bulldogs (OFC).

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