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Pitt wide receiver Darian Street plans to transfer

Jerry DiPaola

Pitt redshirt freshman wide receiver Darian Street, who was one of the top high school prospects in Pennsylvania in 2016 , announced Friday on Twitter that he plans to transfer.

Street appeared in only one game in two seasons. He caught 60 passes for 885 yards in his junior and senior seasons at Liberty High School in Bethlehem. When he signed his Pitt letter of intent, he was ranked the 12 th , 21 st and 25 th overall prospect in the state by ESPN, Rivals.com and Scout.com, respectively.

Street is the younger brother of former Pitt wide receiver Devin Street, who played from 2009-2013.

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Jerry DiPaola is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Jerry at [email protected] or via Twitter @JDiPaola_Trib.


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