One More Year For Street

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Devin Street says he's staying at Pitt for his senior season.

Devin Street announced yesterday, that at 5 pm he would Tweet his decision on whether to stay for his senior year, or turn pro. Promptly at 5 pm, Street made his intentions known.

"My heart is at Pitt and with my teammates. I want to grow as a person and player. Therefore Ill be staying my senior year #H2P," Street tweeted."

With one more year, not only does Street have the opportunity to be the focal point of the offense, but he also has a legitimate shot at setting some new school records. With 151 career receptions, he only needs 28 catches to finish his career as Pitt's all-time leader (Latef Grim).

With 1,013 yards next year, Street would also finish his career as the school's all-time leader in career receiving yardage.

Street finished with a career-year in 2012--arguably the biggest breakout of any Pitt offensive player. He finished with 73 catches for 975 yards and 5 touchdowns. The 73 receptions ties for third on Pitt's all-time single-season list. His 975 yards ties for eighth.

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