6’4” – 195 lbs. – 4.50e
2010: 25 – 318 – 2 (12.7)
2011: 53 – 754 – 2 (14.2)
2012: 73 – 975 – 5 ( 13.4)
Redshirted in 2009, then emerged as a fairly regular contributor as a redshirt freshman in 2010, starting four of the thirteen games in which he appeared. As a junior in 2011, became a full-time starter, starting all thirteen games, something he replicated in 2012 en route to an All-Big East Second Team selection.
• Possesses prototypical height and length for a professional split end.
• Long arms and leaping ability give him an impressive catch radius.
• Has also lined up in the slot on occasion, more often than anticipated.
• Top-end speed is impressive given his size, could become a deep threat.
• Capable of gaining yards after the catch, used frequently on screens.
• Not afraid to run crossing routes over the middle of the field.
• Production has consistently escalated over each year at Pittsburgh.
• A little bit thinner than you’d like, will need to add some additional bulk.
• Not a particularly good blocker due to lack of strength, poor effort.
• Gets a lot of his production from screens rather than downfield throws.
• Overruns routes versus zone coverage rather than settling into soft spots.
• Occasionally struggles to track the deep ball in the air effectively.
• Something of a body catcher, especially on routes down the field.
Street is somewhat difficult to evaluate because his usage in college is incongruous with what he will likely be asked to do at the professional level, function as a deep/vertical threat rather than run the constant slot screens Pittsburgh asks him to gain yards on; for this reason, it requires more imagination than most prospects to project him to the next level. However, he possesses obvious physical tools and could develop into a better pro than college receiver. His lack of blocking skills will negatively impact his appeal to teams in West Coast offenses, however. RD 3-4