Freshman WR done for season

It was discovered Friday morning that freshman wide receiver Tommy Streeter will miss the entire season because of injury.

The injury to Tommy Streeter is undisclosed right now but he's out for the entire season.

At 6-foot-5 and 190 pounds, Streeter was part of Miami Northwestern's 6A state championship team last season and after taking recruiting trips to Boston College, Oregon, South Florida, and South Carolina, Streeter committed to the Canes around National Signing Day. The four-star receiver was part of a very talented group of incoming receivers for the Hurricanes.

Coach Randy Shannon has said earlier this month that the team would like to have eight receivers ready to play this season. If you factor in the five non-incoming players(Khalil Jones, Kayne Farquharson, Sam Shields, Leonard Hankerson, and Jermaine McKenzie), that means three of the seven are likely going to see time.

Streeter won't be one of them, as he'll use this as a redshirt year. At this point, it's reasonable to expect half of the healthy freshmen receivers to play this fall while the other half will likely redshirt.

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