Tommy Streeter WR, Miami. 6'5" 215 pounds:
When seeing some footage this morning on Streeter, there is a lot to like physically about the kid’s game. He’s a 6-4, 215-pound athlete with a long set of arms, big hands and is the kind of guy who can create mismatches down by the red zone and will go get the football even when covered up. He showcases a real toughness about his game willing to work the middle of the field, extend his long arms and take the shot. And he does possess the size/body control to go up and get the football in jump ball situations as well.
He really is just what the Baltimore Ravens need. Especially if they don't have to take him in the first round. Streeter has been projected as a third round pick but I think he could go in the second if teams start to go wide receiver heavy early.
Here are Streeter's college highlights:
2011 (JUNIOR): Played in all 12 games, earning seven starts ... Exploded for the team lead in both receptions (46) and yards (811) ... His yardage total was good for fifth-best in the conference ... Finished the season with a team-high eight touchdown receptions ... Led team and finished fifth in the conference with an average of 67.6 receiving yards per game ... His 17.6 average yards per catch led conference receivers with at least 40 receptions ... Recorded career-bests in catches (7) and yards (176) against Virginia, including a season-long 57-yard reception ... Led team with 96 receiving yards on three catches against Georgia Tech ... Had 89 yards on four catches, including one touchdown reception, against North Carolina.
2010 (SOPHOMORE): Played in eight games, starting against Maryland ... Had one catch on the year, a 42-yard touchdown grab against Notre Dame in the Sun Bowl.
2009 (FRESHMAN): Played in 10 games mostly on special teams ... Caught four passes for 67 yards including a career-long 29-yarder ... Had a career-high three catches for 55 yards against Florida A&M ... Had a 12-yard reception at UCF ... Had one tackle on special teams ... Had a career-long 47-yard reception in the Champs Sports Bowl against Wisconsin.