Ht. 6-4 Wt. 215
Strengths: Tommy Streeter is an impressive specimen at the WR position. He has vines for arms, big hands and he can be a nightmare to stop in jump ball situations. Streeter is a red zone threat with above-average leaping ability. Most impressive is his willingness to work the underneath of coverage and take big hits. He’s a long strider that has deceptive speed. He shows good body control in the air and adjusts nicely to the football. He uses his size well to fend off contact and win fights for the ball.
Weaknesses: Streeter lacks the burst to be an effective open field runner. He doesn’t beat press coverage well as he has a tendency to drop his hands on the snap. His route running leaves a bit to desired and will take some time to develop. He isn’t real sudden and often runs right through his breaks. He is too comfortable catching passes with his body and leads to the ball on the ground. One-year starter that could have used another season of college ball. Read the rest of this entry » «Tommy Streeter Scouting Report»