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An injury forced Central York senior Robert Romey III to miss his final training camp as a high school player. The 6-foot-3, 220-pound tight end was anxiously awaiting clearance to suit up for the Panthers.

But Romey was at the YAIAA football media day and was able to answer the following questions:

Sport you are the absolute worst at: Basketball. I broke my wrist in eighth grade, and after that it went downhill. I can’t shoot anymore.

Pregame ritual: I go somewhere, usually a bathroom stall, and listen to music for about an hour, come back, put my pads on and it’s time to go.

NFL player you’d compare yourself to: Jimmy Graham, he’s big and puts a lot of work in.

Least favorite practice drill: Tackling circuit. We just go to different stations and practice tackling. You’ve got to let the other guy hit you.

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