Tommy Streeter scouting report

Tommy Streeter WR Miami FL #8
Ht: 6’5″

Wt: 219

 
Strengths:
Elite height. Built like a true No. 1 receiver. Adequate straight-line speed; will be able to stretch the field on occasion at the next level. Has the raw talent to develop into a No. 1 or 2 option.
Weaknesses:
Inconsistent hands; will drop some very easy passes. Traps the ball against his body far too often and generally displays shaky fundamentals when putting himself in position to make a catch. More fast than quick; isn’t very explosive or elusive in tight spaces; takes time to get up to full speed. Isn’t nearly as good in traffic as you’d expect considering his size; leaping ability is average and doesn’t do a consistent job timing his jumps to pluck ball at its highest point. Route running is slow and deliberate; lacks the quick, fluid hips to shake corners.
Comments:
Streeter has the size to catch your attention, and also the speed to stretch the field. However, his raw talent is all he has going for him right now. He lacks the hands to produce as a possession receiver and his timed speed is misleading. He can stretch the field, but his route running is sloppy and he lacks the quickness to shake man coverage. He is definitely worth a mid-to-late round pick due to his raw skills, and he may develop into a quality receiver, but he is also very likely to be over-drafted due to his potential.
Videos:
2011 vs Virginia 



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