Found December 06, 2011 on
The Miami Hurricanes lost their leading receiver this week, as Tommy Streeter signed with an agent and declared for the NFL Draft. DT and former high school teammate Marcus Forston will leave with him, having declared a day later.
UM's 2012 offense takes a major hit with Streeter's announcement. He caught 46 passes for 811 yards and 8 touchdowns. His 17.6 per-yard average was the best in the ACC, and he became QB Jacory Harris' favorite target thanks to his size and ability to catch nearly any ball thrown his way.
Streeter was a surprise breakout in 2011, having spent the previous two seasons and a redshirt year under the thumb of former coach Randy Shannon. But with Al Golden on the sideline, Streeter made a mark.
Another season in college would have helped his draft stock. However, he is very tall and exceptionally fast, two key traits NFL Scouts drool over. A good performance at the NFL Combine in the winter may make him an intriguing sleeper pick.
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UM wide receiver Tommy Streeter had made his decision to forgo his senior year and enter the NFL Draft, his father and mother both told me today.
He had a long, long meeting with Coach Al Golden, and not sure if any other coaches were in there (don't think so, but not positive). Golden apparently swayed Streeter enough...
Two juniors on the Miami Hurricanes have decided to forego their remaining NCAA eligibility and enter the NFL draft. Via our friends at CFT, receiver Tommy Streeter and defensive tackle Marcus Forston both will turn pro. Miami is not playing in a bowl this season, so both of their college careers are over. The Miami…
For those Miami fans holding out some sliver of hope that Tommy Streeter and Marcus Forston would return for another season, you can let go of said sliver. According to the Miami Herald, and as expected, Streeter and Forston have decided to forego their final season of eligibility and make themselves available for the 2012 NFL…
They came in together from Miami Northwestern High as part of the nations No. 1 recruiting class in 2008 - and now they will be going out together too.
They came in together from Miami Northwestern High as part of the nation's No. 1 recruiting class in 2008 -- and now they'll be going out together too.
University of Miami juniors Tommy Streeter and Marcus Forston -- high school and college teammates of seniors Jacory Harris and Sean Spence -- will forgo their senior seasons to enter the NFL Draft according to UM. Both...