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As a junior at the University of Miami, Tommy Streeter led the team in receptions with 46, receiving yards with 811 and touchdowns with eight. On December 5, 2011, Streeter announced that he would forgo his senior season and enter the 2012 NFL Draft. Unfortunately many believed that this was not a very smart move, because Streeter was really a one trick pony at the “U”.
Streeter really made his name at the NFL Scouting Combine when he ran a blazing forty time, which made everyone amazed in the tall wide out. When you looked at the film though, Streeter only ran the deep routes. I loved the way he would go up and “Randy Moss” a ball away from somebody else, but things changed when he was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens. He was not very impressive in the mini camp’s and he has really disappointed so far in the preseason as well.
So far in the preseason, Streeter has shown he false steps often at the snap and has a below-average burst off the line, and although he uses his length we...
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