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04-28-2012 04:58 PM #1
Welcome to Baltimore WR Tommy Streeter from The U (Miami) (6th Round Selection 198)Production 4 "2008: Redshirt 2009: (10/0) -- 5-114-22.8-0. 2010: (8/1) -- 1-42-42-1. 2011: (12/7) -- 46-811-17.6-8. "
Height-Weight-Speed 1 "Possesses a rare combination of height, arm length (34 3/4) , bulk and top-end speed. "
Durability 3 Forced to redshirt during 2008 season after suffering a wrist injury that required surgery.
Intangibles 3 Earned 2011 Nick Chickillo Most Improved Player Award.
1 = Exceptional2 = Above average3 = Average4 = Below average5 = Marginal
Wide Receiver Specific Traits
Separation Skills 4 A long strider and one-speed route runner that may have issues separating from man coverage at the next level. Struggles to drop his weight and can take an extra second to transition out of lateral in and out cuts. Will have limitations running the complete route tree. At his best when running crossing or vertical routes. Also flashes some savvy working the middle of the field out of the slot and has a natural feel for soft spots working against zone coverage.
Ball Skills 3 "Hands are inconsistent and will fight the ball on occasion. Does not appear natural catching the ball below his shoulders and allows ball to get into frame too often. He is much smoother catching the ball above his shoulders due to his long frame, and possesses a wide catching radius. Body control is above-average especially when tracking and adjusting to vertical throws. "
Big play ability 2 "Long strider that has the top-end speed to stretch the field vertically. However, does not play as fast on tape and gradually builds speed. Can win one-on-one downfield matchups due to size and length but does not always maximize size advantage by high-pointing the ball. Appears stiff as a runner and needs a seam to create yards after the catch. "
Competitiveness 3 Displays willingness to work the middle of the field and will secure the ball in traffic. Has the frame to cover up defenders as a blocker but does not show much interest in this area. Effort is inconsistent and will take plays off when not a focal point.
Looks like he has all the tools and injury has prevented him from going higher. Could be a steal if he can stay healthy.
04-28-2012 05:52 PM #2
04-28-2012 11:07 PM #3
Good pickup in the 6th round. It was a foolish decision for this kid to leave school early. Kinda feel for him, dropping to the 6th round. Agents get all up in these kids' ears, and ultimately bad choices are made. He's got talent though, think he's a bit soft.
04-28-2012 11:42 PM #4
04-28-2012 11:45 PM #5
04-29-2012 10:42 PM #6
I think Ozzie got a prize at the bottom of the draft Cracker Jack box. Streeter is raw, but he's a big kid with good hands. He will make a nice target in red zone situations.
05-10-2012 10:23 PM #7
Last to sign that wraps up the whole draft class!
@jeffzrebiecsun Then there were none: #Ravens officially agree to terms with 6th-round pick Tommy Streeter. Their whole draft class has agreed to terms.
05-11-2012 05:53 AM #8
When Streeter makes the team (and he will) the Ravens patterns will be very good. You have Smith and Streeter running the deep routes in the tree and Bouldin feasting in the middle and then those guys named Pitta and Dickson...Joe Flacco is just going to have to figure out the flavor of the day....seriously.