Hull City, Barnsley and Bradford City prospects head out on loan to non-league clubs
Such moves are common at this time of year, when clubs below League Two can still strike deals for players.
The 20-year-old has captained the Tigers at both under-18 and under-23 level and will now be hoping to build on that experience with the Minstermen.
“He’s a very good character who drives for hard standards, and we hope he will bring some real quality into our midfield.”
One tier below York, National League North side Darlington have swooped to secure the services of Barnsley defender Charlie Winfield on a temporary basis.
The 21-year-old made his senior debut for the Reds in August, registering an assist in the Carabao Cup against Tranmere Rovers.
He has joined the Quakers on a one-month deal.
Avenue were left in need of a goalkeeper when former Bantams stopper George Sykes-Kenworthy completed a move to York.
19-year-old Richardson will now step in between the sticks as the club strive to improve their form in the seventh tier.