|Title||Passing game coordinator |
|Born||January 1, 1977|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|2002||Charleston Southern (QB)|
|2003||Charleston Southern (RB/RC)|
After playing one season with the Carolina Cobras, Streeter accepted a position at Charleston Southern as the team's quarterbacks coach in 2002, shifting over to the running backs coach and recruiting coordinator in 2003. He spent 2004 and 2005 at his alma mater Clemson as a graduate assistant. Streeter was named the quarterbacks coach at Liberty University in 2006, joining Danny Rocco's inaugural staff. He was promoted to offensive coordinator in 2009.
After Rocco was named the head coach at Richmond in December 2011, Streeter joined Rocco's staff as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. During his time as the Spiders offensive coordinator, the Spiders put up 28 points per game in 2011, 33 in 2012, and 31 in 2013.
Second stint at Clemson
Streeter was named the Tigers quarterbacks coach and recruiting coordinator at the end of 2014, replacing Chad Morris as the position coach and Jeff Scott as the recruiting coordinator, the latter being one of Morris' successors as offensive coordinator. His first appearance as quarterbacks coach was in the Russell Athletic Bowl, where Clemson quarterback Cole Stoudt threw for a season high 319 yards and three passing touchdowns, one rushing touchdown, and the game's MVP in a 40–6 victory over Oklahoma.
During Streeter's time as recruiting coordinator, Clemson's recruiting classes were consistently ranked in the top 25 by recruiting websites 247Sports and Rivals, while also getting commitments from top quarterback prospects Trevor Lawrence and DJ Uiagalelei.
Following Scott's departure to accept the head coaching position at South Florida, Streeter assumed more offensive responsibilities, also receiving a promotion to passing game coordinator. Streeter's recruiting coordinator duties were passed on to defensive tackles coach Todd Bates.
A native of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Streeter is the son of Barry Streeter, the long-time head coach of the football team at Gettysburg College. During the Bullets home games, Streeter would have the responsibilities of making sure that the cord of his father's headset was not stepped on by players and assistant coaches. He was promoted to ball boy once the program received wireless headsets.
Streeter and his wife Ashleigh have three children, Chamberlin Brooke, Foard Michael, and Mason Morgan.
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