05/11/2014 - A closer look at the Cowboys' picks: Round 5/146 -- Devin Street, WR, 6-3, 198, Pittsburgh...A big athletic receiver who can high point the ball. There are concerns about his speed but he was very productive in college. He played in 49 games during his collegiate career, starting 40 and totaling 202 receptions for 2,901 yards and 16 touchdowns. - The Sports Xchange
12/13/2013 - 2013 ALL-ACC HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): WR-Devin Street, Pitt (13)...Street became the all-time top pass catcher in Pitt history when he hauled in nine receptions at Navy on Oct. 26, surpassing Latef Grim (178 catches from 1998-2000) for the top spot. Street now has 202 career receptions - the first Pitt player to reach the 200-catch milestone - and ranks third all-time at Pitt with 2,901 career receiving yards. He needs 161 yards to surpass the Panthers' career leader, Antonio Bryant, who had 3,061 yards from 1999-2001.
Street's 51 catches for 854 yards ranked him sixth in receptions per game (5.1) and fourth in receiving yards per game (85.4). Boyd and Street finished the regular-season as the top duo in the ACC as they were the only pair of teammates to rank in the ACC's Top 6 in both receiving yards per game and receptions per game. - Pitt football
12/04/2013 - 2013 ALL-ACC THIRD TEAM (MEDIA): WR Devin Street, Pitt, 6-4, 190, Sr.-R, Bethlehem, Pa. (80)...Street (Bethlehem, Pa./Liberty) became the all-time top pass catcher in Pitt history when he hauled in nine receptions at Navy on Oct. 26, surpassing Latef Grim (178 catches from 1998-2000) for the top spot. Street now has 202 career receptions - the first Pitt player to reach the 200-catch milestone - and ranks third all-time at Pitt with 2,901 career receiving yards. He needs 161 yards to surpass the Panthers' career leader, Antonio Bryant, who had 3,061 yards from 1999-2001. - Pitt football
10/26/2013 - A 30-yard field-goal by Nick Sloan as time expired gave Navy a 24-21 victory over Pittsburgh on Saturday. The Midshipmen (4-3) snapped a two-game losing streak and need just two wins to become eligible for a bowl game. Navy finally got into a rhythm in the second half and put together their most impressive drive of the game to take a 14-13 lead with 14:28 left in the game. Reserve fullback Quinton Singleton's 9-yard scoring run capped the 16-play, 91-yard scoring drive that took 8:15 off the clock.
The teams traded touchdowns in the fourth quarter before Sloan kicked the game-winner. Tom Savage completed 20 of 27 pass attempts for 203 yards and two touchdowns for Pitt (4-3). Pittsburgh's Devin Street caught nine passes for 96 yards with a touchdown and became the school's all-time leading receiver. Street now has 186 career receptions, surpassing Latef Grim, who had 178. - AP Sports
09/23/2013 - WEEK 4 ACC RECEIVER OF THE WEEK: Devin Street, Pitt, Sr., WR, 6-4, 195, Bethlehem, Pa.,...Street averaged an incredible 27.6 yards per catch and helped propel the Panthers to their highest point total since 1995 in the win at Duke. Street totaled six catches for a career-high 166 yards and two TDs. His touchdowns covered 67 and 21 yards, and he also provided a key block at the goal line to help teammate Tyler Boyd score on a 27-yard catch-and-run. Street is averaging an ACC-best 129 receiving yards per game (fourth in NCAA). - ACC football
09/11/2013 - Scouting the Pittsburgh passing game: After throwing two picks and being sacked three times in his Panthers debut, Tom Savage should be able dictate the tempo against a weak UNM pass defense. WR Devin Street (six catches for 141 yards against FSU) is the pillar of the offense, but look for Savage to get freshman Tyler Boyd involved early. Boyd was impressive running the ball around end in the opener, but he did not have much impact receiving with only a single catch heading into the fourth quarter with the outcome long determined. Getting the tight ends more involved will help loosen the defense. - The Sports Xchange
09/02/2013 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: Devin Street had one of the most productive pass-catching seasons in Pitt history last year. Street had 73 receptions, the third highest single-season total by a Panther. He tied Antonio Bryant's 2000 season reception total (the year Bryant won the Biletnikoff Award and was a consensus All-American). Street was two catches shy of second place, a standing held by Latef Grim, who had 75 receptions in 1999.
Larry Fitzgerald holds the Pitt single-season receptions record with 92 during his sensational sophomore season in 2003 when he was a unanimous All-American, winner of the Biletnikoff and Walter Camp awards and a Heisman Trophy finalist. - Pitt football
09/02/2013 - There is plenty of opportunity behind Devin Street at receiver and Savage liked what he saw out of the candidates in the early stages of fall camp. "I'm excited to throw to them," he said. "We have a lot of young, explosive guys and it's going to be a lot of fun to play with them."
QUOTE TO NOTE: "It's a blessing for me to come back and it was the right decision, for sure. Just with how everything's going and falling in place right now, and bonding with the guys, it's a different culture around here. Guys are ready to go and I'm happy where I'm at right now." -- Devin Street on returning for his senior season. - The Sports Xchange
08/11/2013 - TOP PITTSBURGH PROSPECTS FOR THE 2014 NFL DRAFT: 2. WR Devin Street (6-3, 192, 4.57)...A good-size target, Street became Pitt's go-to wide receiver the past two seasons after Jonathan Baldwin left early for the NFL. After recording 53 receptions as a sophomore, he led the Big East in catches last season with 73 grabs, adding 975 yards and five touchdowns. Street lacks ideal top-end speed, but he is a smooth athlete with natural body control and foot quickness to create some space and work the middle of the field. He shows off his toughness before and after the catch, highpointing and coming down with contested receptions and also fighting for every yard after the grab.
Street looks to finish, but his lack of breakaway speed shows as a ballcarrier, struggling to elude defenders or create after the catch. He has soft hands and usually catches everything his way, staying focused from snap to whistle. Street will have to adjust to a new quarterback in 2013, which might hurt his production, but there is enough game tape out there for scouts to know he has the talent to contribute in the NFL. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
07/20/2013 - 2013 BILETNIKOFF AWARD WATCH LIST: Devin Street, Pittsburgh, JR...Street (Bethlehem, Pa./Liberty) is coming off the most productive season of his career. He was a 2012 All-Big East selection after posting 73 catches for 975 yards (13.4 avg.) and five touchdowns. Street ranked second in the Big East in receptions per game (5.6 avg.) and third in receiving yards per game (75.0 avg.).
The 6-foot-4, 195-pounder enters his senior year with 151 career receptions to rank sixth all-time at Pitt. He needs just 28 to surpass Latef Grim (178 receptions from 1998-2000) as the top pass-catcher in school history. Street's 2,047 career receiving yards rank 10th at Pitt. He would need 1,015 yards this season to eclipse Antonio Bryant (3,061 yards from 1999-2001) as the Panthers' career leader.
Pitt boasts a strong history with the Biletnikoff Award. Bryant was honored with the award in 2000, while Larry Fitzgerald was named the 2003 Biletnikoff winner. Additionally, Pitt wide receiver coach Bobby Engram was the inaugural recipient of the award in 1994 as a collegian at Penn State. - Pitt football