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Tommy Streeter, WR

School: Miami (Fla.)  |  Conference: ACC
College Experience: Junior  |  Hometown: Miami, FL
Height/Weight: 6-5 / 219 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
163215
Selected 6th Rnd
Baltimore Ravens
198th Pick Overall
Latest News
04/30/2012 - A closer look at the Ravens' picks: Round 6, 198 - Tommy Streeter, WR, 6-5, 219, Miami...Streeter ran the 40-yard dash is athletic, registering a 10-5 broad jump, a 33-inch vertical leap and bench pressing 225 pounds 17 times. He caught 46 passes for 811 yards and eight touchdowns last season. COULD SURPRISE: Wide receiver Tommy Streeter: He isn't your typical sixth-round draft pick. He has the size and speed to emerge as a dangerous red-zone threat. What Streeter needs is polish and more diversity to his route repertoire. - The Sports Xchange

02/22/2012 - TOP 10 BEST BETS TO PUT ON COMBINE FREAK SHOW: Tommy Streeter, Miami, WR: After a few years of teasing Canes staff with his potential, the 6-5, 216-pound junior had a breakout season in 2011. Streeter opted to leave early after his one big year, and with his size and exceptional speed, he has the chance to shoot up draft board this week. Scouts don't expect to see a guy his height so fast, but remember he's been one of the fastest men in a very fast program from the day he arrived in Coral Gables. (Two other UM speeders, Lamar Miller and Travis Benjamin also could've made this list.) Those close to the UM program are expecting some big things this week from Streeter, who has a chance to shock scouts with just how fast he actually is. Last year's fastest man in Indy, DeMarcus VanDyke, a former Cane CB who got drafted by the Raiders after he blazed the fastest 40-time at the Combine, told me a few weeks back that Streeter could duplicate his showing this year. - Bruce Feldman, CBSSports.com

12/05/2011 - Miami Hurricanes defensive tackle Marcus Forston declaring for the NFL Draft didn't cause big ripples. The surprise was that wide receiver Tommy Streeter decided to join him and sign with agent Drew Rosenhaus, according to CBSSports.com's Bruce Feldman. Streeter will start off as a projected third-round pick by NFLDraftScout.com. But at 6-feet-5 and 215 pounds, he has the potential to be a workout warrior. Right now, his rating is based almost solely on potential. Entering his junior season, Streeter had only five career catches. But he exploded for 46-811-8 in 2011 as he became high school teammate Jacory Harris' favorite target. The big key for Streeter will be his workouts - he doesn't have a verified 40-yard dash time yet and this year's receiver class has the potential to be quite deep. If Streeter doesn't run in the 4.4-second range and otherwise work out extremely well, he could easily slide into mid-round status. For perspective, the late-bloomer wasn't rated among NFLDraftScout.com's top 20 junior wide receivers all year. - Derek Harper, Executive Editor, NFLDraftScout.com

12/05/2011 - After four years spent with the University of Miami Hurricanes, two football standouts will leave the university with a year of eligibility remaining to join the ranks of professional football. Junior wide receiver Tommy Streeter and junior defensive tackle Marcus Forston, both of whom joined the Hurricanes in 2008 after esteemed careers at local Miami Northwestern High School, have decided to forego their final year of eligibility with the university as candidates for the upcoming NFL Draft. Streeter, who exploded for a team-leading 46 receptions and 811 yards in his junior campaign, finished first in the Atlantic Coast Conference among receivers with 40 or more receptions with an average of 17.6 yards per catch. His average of 67.6 receiving yards led the team and ranked fifth in the ACC, while his eight touchdown receptions led the Canes and tied for fourth-best in the conference. - Miami football

10/31/2011 - WEEK 9 ACC RECEIVER OF THE WEEK: Tommy Streeter, Miami, Jr., WR, 6-5, 215, Miami, Fla. Streeter ended the game with 176 yards on five receptions and two touchdowns in the loss to Virginia on Thursday night. Entering the game, the Miami native ranked fifth nationally with a 20.4 yards per reception average. Of Streeter's 28 receptions on the season, 12 have gone for 25-yards or more, including catches of 57, 51 and 26 yards against Virginia. Streeter's 176 yards were a career-game high and his first 100-yard receiving game. The total was also good enough to rank ninth among Miami single-game performances. - ACC football

10/27/2011 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR Tommy Streeter - The junior has moved up to the first unit on the depth chart after steady play in the early going. At 6-5, he is a big target and has good speed. He ranks second on the team in receptions (21) and leads in receiving yards (428) and touchdowns receptions (5). - The Sports Xchange

09/22/2011 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR Tommy Streeter - At 6-5, Streeter presents a tempting target in the end zone and/or in key third-down situations. He had a big grab on third down in Miami's final drive against Ohio State, when the Hurricanes ran nearly nine minutes off the clock. - The Sports Xchange

09/05/2011 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: Junior WR Tommy Streeter, who made his first collegiate touchdown reception in the Sun Bowl loss to Notre Dame, had five TD catches in Miami's two preseason scrimmages. - The Sports Xchange

 
 
Latest News
04/30/2012 - A closer look at the Ravens' picks: Round 6, 198 - Tommy Streeter, WR, 6-5, 219, Miami...Streeter ran the 40-yard dash is athletic, registering a 10-5 broad jump, a 33-inch vertical leap and bench pressing 225 pounds 17 times. He caught 46 passes for 811 yards and eight touchdowns last season. COULD SURPRISE: Wide receiver Tommy Streeter: He isn't your typical sixth-round draft pick. He has the size and speed to emerge as a dangerous red-zone threat. What Streeter needs is polish and more diversity to his route repertoire. - The Sports Xchange

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