Tommy Streeter 2012 Draft Scouting Report

Player Name: Tommy Streeter
School: Miami
Height: 6’4”
Weight: 219 lbs
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Streeter is the classic freak wide receiver that has all of the tools and potential of a first-round pick, but boasts the experience and production of a mid-rounder. He’s a classic boom-or-bust candidate.

Has great size and length for the position. Can really separate from corners easily and get back behind the defense, due to his nice combination of length and speed. Has the height and vertical to go up over his defender and get the ball at it’s highest point. Will win most jump balls. Is a true red-zone asset and can make all the catches that will be asked of him near the goal-line. Has flashed the ability to make plays with his legs and add on yards after the catch. Shows good concentration and focus. Will go over the middle and make the tough catch. Good combine showing and a seemingly limitless ceiling.

Very inexperienced and pretty one-dimensional. Still very raw. Hands and route-running are far from consistent. Needs to work on his fundamentals and understanding the game. Doesn’t possess much versatility. Not the quickest receiver. Doesn’t have the best acceleration initially.

Major project player at the next level. Has a beautiful blend of size, speed, and tools, but he has very little experience and will need to really work on route-running and catching the ball at the next level. He’ll be a mid-rounder due to his talent and upside, but whoever drafts him should know he isn’t likely to be anything more than a one-dimensional vertical threat for the first couple years in the league.

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