"I want to see what the situation is with people leaving," Streeter said. "I want to know how many juniors and seniors they have. I also want to see what their TV production is like because I'm interested in that as a major and I also am interested in who the quarterback is."
The tall receiver out of Miami Northwestern High School had his first official visit with Boston College on Sept. 22 and will have one with South Florida on Jan. 12. "[South Florida] run the spread offense and it's not too far from home, which is always a plus," he said.
While he considers playing close to home a positive with the Bulls, he said proximity to home wouldn't play a major role in his final decision. "My aunt works at Delta so my parents would be able to fly to wherever I play if they want to watch me," he said.
He is also planning on visiting South Carolina and Oregon, but was unable to give an exact date of his visit. His response about why he likes South Carolina was simple and an obvious one for any receiver to give. "Coach Spurrier and the spread offense."
There's no doubt that a Spurrier coached team is known for throwing the ball. With Oregon, he likes the way they carry themselves along with its style of football. "I like their swagger and that they run the spread offense," he said. "And they're sponsored by Nike."
He was then posed the question about Rutgers and what he thinks of them and he had this to say, "I like Rutgers. I like their mentality and swagger, and how they throw the ball. One of my past teammates [sophomore receiver Tim Brown] plays there and he shows that you can go somewhere and play right early."
Streeter hasn't heard anything from Rutgers as of yet. Right now, Streeter says he has no favorite school yet. "I can't really point out a school," he said. "So many people have been talking about me and where I'm going to go."
South Carolina and Miami are the schools that have shown Streeter the most interest. He believes Miami football will eventually be back on the map. "The talk down here is that Coach Shannon is going to bring the program back, and I believe in that."
In its opening playoff game, Miami Northwestern won 53-10 in the first round. Streeter has been happy with his team and his season thus far.
"I think I'm like sixth or seventh in Dade County in receiving right now. I missed four games this season with a shoulder injury. So far, I'm impressed with how I've played."
According to the Scout.com High School Football Rankings, Streeter is ranked
24th at his position. As a junior, he was Second Team All-State behind teammate
Aldraius Johnson, and was First Team All-Dade. He had 804 yards on 57 receptions
for 14 touchdowns that season.