There isnt a WR you can get in the 3rd that is not a #2 - 3 WR. So Street who could be a #2-3 WR holds just as much value as any WR we could get in the 3rd. Hell, after Cooks and OBJ there are question marks with the late 1st - 2nd round receivers are anything more than #2's. We already have #2 and 3 WR's on our roster. If anything I want a big redzone threat which I think Street could be. We are better off just waiting till next year than reaching on WR's this year. I have no questions about Cyrus and Turner starting and being stud OL.
Guys who are currently projected around the 3rd that I think could be a "#1" and would very much prefer over Street:
Also, all "#2-3" WRs aren't created equal. Getting Street in the 4th isn't as much value as the guys I just mentioned in the 3rd, in my opinion. And none of them would be reaches.
I would be highly disappointed if our best and only WR we took in this draft were Devin Street. I love Turner in the second, I could accept Kouandjio in the 1st if they have faith in his knees. But SBJ in the third after spending the first two on OTs? Aw hell naw. There will probably be a good WR in the 3rd then we can start looking at the defense. I do like Aaron Lynch.