Tommy Streeter - WR - 6'5" 215 lbs - The U
Streeter did very little during his first two seasons at Miami. In fact, he caught just six total passes in those two years while making one start. The speedy wideout erupted in 2011. He started eight games and finished with 46 receptions for 811 yards and eight touchdowns. Against Virginia he hauled in seven passes for 176 yards. Streeter averaged 17.6 yards per catch, which led the ACC among receivers with at least 40 receptions. The breakout campaign convinced him to leave school early and enter the NFL.
The Miami, FL native is blessed with an incredible blend of size and speed. He registers at 6'5'' and 215 pounds. He generally runs in the 4.4s of the 40-yard dash and he has been clocked as fast as 4.38 from that distance. Streeter is especially dangerous running "go" routes and he has an uncanny ability to go up and snag the ball in traffic. He has reliable hands for the most part, although he often catches it with his body rather than his hands. Streeter does not have a ton of experience and his route-running can be improved. His upside, of course, is tremendous given his physical attributes. He will almost certainly be an enticing red-zone target at the next level. Based on potential, Streeter should be off the board no later than the third round of the 2012 NFL Draft.
Streeter not only brings much needed height to our offense, but is one of the best deep threats in this draft given his size and speed combination.
Tommy Streeter Miami Highlights (Ball So Hard) (via DC4judicial)