The Panthers boast the ACC's most productive receiving tandem. Senior Devin Street and freshman Tyler Boyd are the only pair of teammates to rank in the ACC's Top 6 in both receiving yards per game and receptions per game. Street ranks fourth in the league in receiving yards per game (85.4 avg.) and sixth in receptions per game (5.1 avg.). Boyd is third in receptions (6.4) and fifth in receiving yards (83.4). Incidentally, Boyd is the only freshman ranked in the ACC's top 10 in either category.With nine receptions at Navy on Oct. 26, senior receiver Devin Street became the top pass catcher in Pitt history, 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. Street 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.
Selected second team All-Big East...Started all 13 games for the second consecutive season...Posted career numbers with a team-high 73 catches for 975 yards (13.4 avg.) and five touchdowns...Finished second in the Big East in receptions per game (5.6 avg.) and third in receiving yards per game (75.0 avg.)...Had three 100-yard receiving games, including a career-high 140 (on six catches) vs. Temple...Had 10 catches for 130 yards vs. Syracuse, followed by an 11-catch,111-yard effort vs. Louisville...Street's 11 catches vs. Louisville marked a career high and were the most by a Pitt player since 2006.
Starter in all 13 games...had 53 catches for 754 yards (14.2 avg.) and two TDs on the year...posted three 100-yard receiving games in 2011...had a career-high 138 yards on seven catches (19.7 avg.) and a 66-yard TD at Iowa...put together back-to-back 100-yard games against Cincinnati and Louisville...had 118 yards on a career-high eight catches (14.8 avg.) against Cincinnati...followed that up with a six-catch, 101-yard effort (16.8 avg.) at Louisville.
Played in all 13 games, starting four...had 25 catches for 318 yards (12.7 avg.) and two touchdowns...on Pitt's first play from scrimmage at Syracuse, took a screen pass 79 yards for a TD for a 7-0 lead...finished with a season-high 82 yards on three catches (27.3 avg.) vs. the Orange...had season-high five catches (for 48 yards) and an eight-yard TD vs. West Virginia.
Redshirted as a true freshman.
Compiled 49 receptions for 822 yards (16.8 avg.) and eight touchdowns as a senior, the second most prolific receiving season in Liberty High history...had two interceptions and 50 tackles as a starting cornerback...named to The Associated Press Pennsylvania Class AAAA All-State Team (second team)...The Morning Call All-Area (first team)...led Liberty to a 15-1 record and the PIAA Class AAAA championship...had a key TD in the team's 28-21 overtime victory in the title game vs. Bethel Park...in four varsity seasons, Street helped Liberty to a 53-7 mark (.883) and three state title game appearances...rated the No. 22 prospect in Pennsylvania by SuperPrep and No. 35 by Rivals... SuperPrep All-Northeast Team...PrepStar All-East Region...played under Coach Tim Moncman...selected to play in the Big 33 Football Classic...also a track and field standout at Liberty...District 11 champion in the long jump as well as the 100 and 200-meter dashes...set a school and district record in the long jump, reaching 24-6.
Devin Curtis Street, born 3/30/91, is the son of Theodore and Ria Street...has one brother...father played football and ran track at Kutztown University...Devin's uncle, Alvin Street, played football at Tennessee State...communication major.
05/13/2014 - 2014 NFL DRAFT BEST VALUE PICK: DALLAS COWBOYS: Round 5/146 -- Devin Street, WR, 6-3, 198, Pittsburgh...Street is 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 Cowboys had a third-round grade on the playmaking receiver from Pittsburgh and got him in the fifth round. He will give them insurance for outside receivers Dez Bryant and Terrance Williams. He also can play inside. - The Sports Xchange