2014 Houston Texans Draft Prospects: Little Caesars Bowl

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Nov 16, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Panthers wide receiver Devin Street (15) runs after a pass reception against the North Carolina Tar Heels during the fourth quarter at Heinz Field. The Tar Heels won 34-27. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

As for Street, the 18th ranked wide receiver in the draft, is a 6-3, 195 pound wideout that is projected to be selected in the third or fourth round.

He’s the 119th overall ranked players and has been timed with a 40-yard dash time of 4.56.

He was an All-ACC honorable mention and on Oct. 26 became the all-time top pass catcher at Pitt.

His draft bio says:

“Street’s 51 catches for 854 yards ranked him sixth in receptions per game (5.1) and fourth in receiving yards per game (85.4).”

In his overview on the CBS draft bio it states:

“A good-sized target, Street became Pitt?s go-to wide receiver the past two seasons after Jonathan Baldwin left early for the NFL … Smooth athlete with natural body control and foot quickness to create some space and work the middle of the field. He shows off his toughness before and after the catch, high-pointing and coming down with contested receptions.”

I believe the Texans could use some more help at wide receiver, because how many years does Andre Johnson have left, and beside him and DeAndre Hopkins the rest of the receivers on the team are expendable.


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