Down in Miami, on the edge of the Little Haiti district a couple of miles west of Biscayne Bay, Northwestern Senior High School has long been one of the country’s most noted football factories.
The school has churned out at least one All-Pro or Pro Bowl player each of the past three decades, which is why many alumni refer to it as something other than a high school.
Former sixth-round pick WR Tommy Streeter has been turning heads in training camp and QB Josh McCown mentioned that he’s having “one of the better camps I’ve been around for a receiver.” (Pat Yasinskas)
RB Peyton Hillis received some reps with first-team offense on Friday and could be Rashad Jennings‘ direct backup. (Ebenezer Samuel)
I guess I have a higher opinion of Tommy Streeter's talents than the Ravens do, because I thought the wide receiver from Miami had an inside track on making the team as a fourth wideout--- especially with David Reed gone.
But that ship has sailed--at least for now. Maybe Streeter gets picked for the Practice Squad later on. Maybe he gets picked up now by another team? Maybe...
With the 198th overall pick in the sixth round of the NFL Draft last Saturday, the Baltimore Ravens selected speedy Miami wide receiver Tommy Streeter. The 6-foot-5, 219-pound Streeter could be the tall, vertical threat the Ravens have said they hoped to add during the draft. Streeter has excellent downfield speed for his size. At [...]