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Street finished as Pittsburgh's all-time leader in receptions and third in receiving yards, but that production might not lift him higher than a middle-round pick. Street had 202 catches in his four seasons with the Panthers for 2,901 yards, putting him 160 shy of matching Antonio Bryant's school mark from 1999-2001. Street's best campaign was in 2012 when he had 73 receptions for 975 yards and five touchdowns. He had a career-high seven TDs in 2013, but saw his other numbers drop as he missed three games with shoulder and elbow injuries. Proving he can stay durable despite a thin build could be one of the challenges for Street, who had 51 catches for 854 yards in 2013. Along with needing to bulk up, Street will likely need to work on running more consistent routes if he wants to stick in the pros. He has adequate height for an NFL receiver, and therefore, room to pack on more pounds. Street also showed adequate speed at Pitt's pro day on March 3 by averaging 4.49 seconds in the 40 in his two attempts. He ran a 4.55 at the combine but finished in the top 10 with a 124-inch broad jump and a 4.01-second clocking in the 20-yard shuttle. The two-time all-conference player was part of an incident in November 2012 in which he and two teammates surrounded another student before one of them punched him in the head. He had misdemeanor assault and conspiracy charges reduced to disorderly conduct in January 2013.