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Tommy Streeter WR in the second.

  • buck
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My favorite receiver in this draft is Kendall Wright, but I just do not think he will be there when we pick in the first round. So, I have been looking for a good second round pick.



Some want fast, some want tall. Tommy Streeter is both.



*Tommy Streeter WR Miami 6-4 215

And he might run in 4.3s. So, I figure he will add 10 pounds and still run close to 4.42.

But what sells me is his off the field intangibles.

Baalke and Harbaugh look at those intangibles before anything else.

A little raw, but he has everything needed to become an excellent NFL wide receiver.

He only had 46 receptions for 811 and eight scores. But, that is an average 17.63 yards a catch.

The linked article has a great look at this kid.

http://miasportsguy.com/featured/lamar-miller-tommy-streeter-marcus-forston-enter-nfl-draft/
Luckily this draft looks loaded with WR's so we should be able to sit and wait and have them come to us. The Senior Bowl and Combine will be interesting this year, especially the 40 times. Problem with Streeter is he may run fast enough to be out of reach in the 2nd. If we are indeed drafting late 1st you have to look at that pick as an early 2nd as well....now in the 2nd that pick is also more like an early 3rd, will Streeter last that long? Is a 6'4 WR who runs like the wind going to fall to the 60's, I don't think so.

I would rather trade back, take the additional 2nd and 3rd and have trade ammo if we need to move around.

But Streeter is a good prospect to keep an eye on
According to WalterFootball.com he runs a 4.52 on the 40yd dash. Which may not be far from 4.3 or 4.4 just by looking at the numbers but in real life its a big big difference. So he has decent speed but not killer speed. He should be able to fall in the middle of the second round with all the talent at WR in this years draft, ofcourse unless he shines at the combine and at pro-day workouts.

If we want speed and size with good hands then we should check out this kid from Indiana: Demarlo Belcher, hes 6-5, 214 lbs and runs a 4.44 on the 40yd dash. He's a sleeper and a lot of scouts is over looking him because he's from a school that hardly gets any media attention. We can probably snatch him at the end of the 2nd round or he might even be available in the 3rd or 4th round.
I actually haven't watched him play. I'll be interested to see him perform this offseason.
Originally posted by SF69ers:
I actually haven't watched him play. I'll be interested to see him perform this offseason.

he will shoot up in combine

he is extremely raw so he wont make an impact immediately but may help us in RZ cause his size
Originally posted by 808niner4lyphe:
According to WalterFootball.com he runs a 4.52 on the 40yd dash. Which may not be far from 4.3 or 4.4 just by looking at the numbers but in real life its a big big difference. So he has decent speed but not killer speed. He should be able to fall in the middle of the second round with all the talent at WR in this years draft, ofcourse unless he shines at the combine and at pro-day workouts.

If we want speed and size with good hands then we should check out this kid from Indiana: Demarlo Belcher, hes 6-5, 214 lbs and runs a 4.44 on the 40yd dash. He's a sleeper and a lot of scouts is over looking him because he's from a school that hardly gets any media attention. We can probably snatch him at the end of the 2nd round or he might even be available in the 3rd or 4th round.

Why would you want to draft an inconsistent WR that was dismissed by his school in the 2nd Rd.? Belcher is the second coming of James Hardy, just a tall WR that never will put it all together. I'll pass on that.
The name reminds me too much of tai streets. No thanks
are you INSANE?

No way this guy is a 2nd round talent, day 3 at best for me right now
  • buck
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Originally posted by vrabbit:
are you INSANE?

No way this guy is a 2nd round talent, day 3 at best for me right now
My sanity is questionable.

Where Streeter is right now is not important. Where he is at the draft is important.

If he runs well, he should pick a good pick for us on the second day of the draft .
Originally posted by buck:
Originally posted by vrabbit:
are you INSANE?

No way this guy is a 2nd round talent, day 3 at best for me right now
My sanity is questionable.

Where Streeter is right now is not important. Where he is at the draft is important.

If he runs well, he should pick a good pick for us on the second day of the draft .

he's not NFL ready at this moment, shouldn't have declared to be honest. He's not ready to make an immediate impact, and that is what we need from a WR in this draft.

I'd much rather have a guy like Criner or Quick if you're looking to target 6'4" guys
3rd round pick
Originally posted by vrabbit:
Originally posted by buck:
Originally posted by vrabbit:
are you INSANE?

No way this guy is a 2nd round talent, day 3 at best for me right now
My sanity is questionable.

Where Streeter is right now is not important. Where he is at the draft is important.

If he runs well, he should pick a good pick for us on the second day of the draft .

he's not NFL ready at this moment, shouldn't have declared to be honest. He's not ready to make an immediate impact, and that is what we need from a WR in this draft.

I'd much rather have a guy like Criner or Quick if you're looking to target 6'4" guys
I really like Streeter. With our coaching we could develop him. IMO he doesn't need to be fully ready next year, but ready the year after that. He will spend some time his rookie year as a backup developing chemistry with our future, Kaep. Then when Kaep is ready, Streeter will be also. Streeters best attribute is stretching the field and Kaep is great at intermediate & deep balls. I think it would be a great match.
Originally posted by smacII:
Originally posted by vrabbit:
Originally posted by buck:
Originally posted by vrabbit:
are you INSANE?

No way this guy is a 2nd round talent, day 3 at best for me right now
My sanity is questionable.

Where Streeter is right now is not important. Where he is at the draft is important.

If he runs well, he should pick a good pick for us on the second day of the draft .

he's not NFL ready at this moment, shouldn't have declared to be honest. He's not ready to make an immediate impact, and that is what we need from a WR in this draft.

I'd much rather have a guy like Criner or Quick if you're looking to target 6'4" guys
I really like Streeter. With our coaching we could develop him. IMO he doesn't need to be fully ready next year, but ready the year after that. He will spend some time his rookie year as a backup developing chemistry with our future, Kaep. Then when Kaep is ready, Streeter will be also. Streeters best attribute is stretching the field and Kaep is great at intermediate & deep balls. I think it would be a great match.

that's fine and dandy, I like the idea, except we do need a WR that's fully ready to contribute regularly next year
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Originally posted by smacII:
Originally posted by vrabbit:
Originally posted by buck:
Originally posted by vrabbit:
are you INSANE?

No way this guy is a 2nd round talent, day 3 at best for me right now
My sanity is questionable.

Where Streeter is right now is not important. Where he is at the draft is important.

If he runs well, he should pick a good pick for us on the second day of the draft .

he's not NFL ready at this moment, shouldn't have declared to be honest. He's not ready to make an immediate impact, and that is what we need from a WR in this draft.

I'd much rather have a guy like Criner or Quick if you're looking to target 6'4" guys
I really like Streeter. With our coaching we could develop him. IMO he doesn't need to be fully ready next year, but ready the year after that. He will spend some time his rookie year as a backup developing chemistry with our future, Kaep. Then when Kaep is ready, Streeter will be also. Streeters best attribute is stretching the field and Kaep is great at intermediate & deep balls. I think it would be a great match.[/quote
This would be nice to do.
Originally posted by smacII:
I really like Streeter. With our coaching we could develop him. IMO he doesn't need to be fully ready next year, but ready the year after that. He will spend some time his rookie year as a backup developing chemistry with our future, Kaep. Then when Kaep is ready, Streeter will be also. Streeters best attribute is stretching the field and Kaep is great at intermediate & deep balls. I think it would be a great match.
I agree. I look at some of these guys, like Quick, and feel like they'll be garbage players, #2 receiver at best. Streeter has true #1 type receiver ceiling, yeah he needs to develop, but I'll take future potential and talent over immediate gratification anyday and I believe Harbaugh and Baalke believe in the same as last year's draft showed.