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Streeter is a tremendous athlete who still has a lot of potential. He can immediately contribute as a vertical threat with the potential to develop more down the line. How much he develops will be largely dependent on his ability to get off the line and deal with the press. A comparison for Streeter is Malcolm Floyd.
Streeter has a very impressive frame with long arms and big hands. Streeter has proved to be a plus vertical threat and has good body control in jump ball situations. In addition to this, Streeter has also shown the ability to make plays in traffic and can be elusive after the catch.
Streeter’s biggest issue is getting off the line vs. the press. He lacks an initial burst off the line and too frequently DBs are able to get their hands into his frame as disrupt his route. Streeter also has a tendency to slow down throughout his routes, and his speed is much more build up based. Also, on passes that aren’t down the seam, Streeter lets the ball into his frame too frequently leading to some drops.
Measurables coming soon!