STRENGTHS - Street is a very tall, rangy wide receiver with long arms and very long legs. He has naturally soft hands and does a great job of plucking the ball away from his body, especially in a jump ball scenario. Street is great at keeping defenders away from his hands like a rebounder does playing basketball, and it is his greatest strength. He will make plays in the red zone. He shows some real toughness holding onto the ball after taking the hit, as he is always going up high and coming down to get drilled. He is a naturally aware player who can find open areas in the defense.
WEAKNESSES - Street is not an elite athlete and he does not have the ability to run away from the defense. He does not show the elite "go" acceleration that elite wide receivers have. He has a thin frame and very little lower half strength, and he will struggle to get through the jam at the LOS. Street is not a player who will have an easy time getting open as he shows very little short area quickness and almost no ability to separate. He chops his feet to slow down, and it tells the opponent what he is doing. His long legs cause him to have little COD ability and a hard time getting open. He is not a quick accelerator and his foot quickness is questionable.
SUMMARY - Street is an intriguing player with natural hands and great pass catching ability in the red zone. He can elevate over a defender and play "jump ball" to get the ball at its highest point. He is a tough player who can take a hit to make a play, but he exposes a lot of his thin frame and his durability in the NFL is debatable. He does not have elite speed and won't run away from the faster players he will see in the NFL. He doesn't have a lot of lower half bulk and will struggle against the press at the LOS. He has very long legs and they are a problem from a route running perspective. He chops his feet into his break and trying to slow down. He doesn't change directions well and is not an athlete who can separate from defenders over a short area. In summary, he looks to be a one-trick pony as a pass catcher, without much versatility. Currently he is carrying a fifth- round grade because of his ability in the red zone and his play making ability.