Miami (Fla.) Northwestern wide receiver Tommy Streeter likes a variety of programs early in the recruiting process. The 6-foot-6, 200-pound pass catcher has interest in a number of top programs.
"I'm interested in Florida, Miami (Fla.), LSU, USC, South Carolina and Georgia," Streeter said.
He traveled to Gainesville, Fla., on the weekend of Feb. 3, for the Gators' Junior Day event.
"That is the only unofficial visit I have taken, to the Florida Junior Day," he said. "I liked the facilities. They are talking about expanding the weight room, which was nice. We sat down and talked to the coaches and they showed us some film, things like that.
Streeter caught 57 passes for 804 yards and 14 touchdowns in helping Northwestern to the Florida Class 6A championship during his junior year.
"My hands and my speed (he's been clocked as fast as 4.4 seconds in the 40-yard dash) make me special," Streeter said. "When the ball is in the air, I get up."
Streeter was an All-Dade County and a second-team All-State selection during his junior year. Though he plays football for Northwestern, he attends classes at another school in the Miami area.
Streeter attended the Rivals.com Junior Day at Northeast High in Oakland Park, Fla. (Fort Lauderdale) last Sunday.