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Devin Street | Wide Receiver

Team: Pittsburgh Panthers
Ht / Wt:  6'4' / 190

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Cowboys selected Pittsburgh WR Devin Street with the No. 146 overall pick in the NFL draft.
Street (6-foot-2 5/8, 198) started 40 games for the Panthers, setting a school record for receptions (202), and parlaying them into 2,901 yards (14.4 YPR) with 16 scores. He ran a pedestrian 4.55 forty at the Combine, albeit shining in the vertical (37 1/2") and broad (10'2") jumps. Already 23 and considered something of a diva, Street carries bust factor despite generally impressive tools. He has long arms (33 3/8") and reliable hands, but lacks deep speed and isn't physical enough to dominate the short to intermediate sections. Terrance Williams' starting job remains secure. May 10 - 2:45 PM

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CBS Sports' Dane Brugler believes Pitt's Devin Street is a top five senior WR.

"He might be what everyone wants BYU's Cody Hoffman to be as a prospect," Brugler tweeted. The draft analyst did not diclose his entire list, but names like Robert Herron, Jordan Matthews, Jared Abbrederis, Josh Huff, Shaq Evans, Ryan Grant, Kevin Norwood and Jalen Saunders are the likely contestants to battle for the ranking.
Mar 24 - 11:13 AM

Pittsburgh WR Devin Street improved on the 4.55-second forty time he recorded at the combine on Monday.

Street was clocked at 4.50 and 4.48 seconds in the forty at Pittsburgh's pro day, a nice improvement over his performance in Indianapolis. He also posted an 11.25-second 60-yard long shuttle. Street has a great frame (6-foot-3 1/8, 195 pounds) and displays an ability to leave his feet and come down with the football. He's not fleet of foot or an athletic marvel, but should appeal to a team looking to bolster its WR depth on the draft's third day.
Source: NFL.com
Mar 3 - 4:19 PM

Pittsburgh coach Paul Chryst announced that WR Devin Street (ankle) is questionable for Saturday's game against Syracuse.

Chryst wasn't in the mood to disclose injury information, so we don't have a lot to go on here. "I'm kind of tired of talking about it, so I'm not gonna," he said on Thursday. Street hurt his ankle during Pitt's loss to UNC on Saturday. Although he was able to return to the game, Street has been limited in practice this week.
Thu, Nov 21, 2013 05:44:00 PM

Pittsburgh senior WR Devin Street will be a game-time decision against Old Dominion.

Street is dealing with a shoulder injury. The senior has already recorded 26 catches for 549 yards and three touchdowns this season. He and freshman Tyler Boyd make up one of the best receiving duos in the country.
Fri, Oct 18, 2013 10:26:00 AM

Pittsburgh senior WR Devin Street caught six passes for 166 yards and two touchdowns in a 58-55 win over Duke.

Street has been freed thanks to quarterback transfer Tim Savage earning the starting job for the Panthers. Street has a great frame and displays an ability to leave his feet and come down with the football.
Sat, Sep 21, 2013 06:25:00 PM

NFL.com's Gil Brandt pegs Pittsburgh senior WR Devin Street as the No. 4 senior wide out.

Street has solid size at 6-for-2 1/2, 189 pounds, but he only runs a 4.55 40-yard dash. Brandt expressed concern that Street may fall off from the 73 balls he caught in 2012 with Chad Voytik, a redshirt freshman, likely taking over.
Source: NFL.com
Wed, Jul 24, 2013 03:59:00 PM

Pittsburgh junior WR Devin Street plans on returning for the 2013 season at this time.

Street is having his best season, with 59 receptions for 806 yards and four touchdowns. The Panthers and head coach Paul Chryst have struggled at times this season, especially offensively, but Street could build consistency with a new quarterback next year.
Tue, Nov 20, 2012 04:35:00 PM

Pittsburgh junior WR Devin Street, along with two other players, were charged with assault and conspiracy following an incident on October 21.

Street and senior running back Ray Graham were both involved, with Street allegedly being the one that punched the victim. The junior leads the team in receiving yards, receptions, and touchdowns. The time is quite poor, as Pittsburgh faces Notre Dame on Saturday.
Fri, Nov 2, 2012 09:10:00 AM

Devin Street wants to be Pitt’s go-to pass catcher, but receivers coach Bobby Engram wants to see a little more of the requisite attitude of a No. 1.

Engram wants to see Street display the day-to-day attitude required of a go-to guy in what is coach Paul Chryst's pro-style offense. Street was the Panthers’ leading receiver in 2011, but with 53 receptions in 13 games, his average of four catches per contest did not rank in the nation’s top 100. In other words, there is plenty of work to be done following what was a mediocre all-around season for Pitt’s passing game.
Thu, Apr 5, 2012 04:09:00 PM