|Height||6ft 1in / 1.85m|
|Weight||18st 4lbs / 117kg|
|Honours||England U20s, U18s|
Described by Academy manager Robin Cowling as a "student of the game", Marcus Street moved into the senior ranks at Exeter Chiefs ahead of the new 2017/18 season.
The highly-rated prop is another who has come through the club's Academy system, initially at Bicton College, then with Exeter College with whom he helped to lift the National AASE League title in November 2016.
A player with a huge future in the game ahead of him, Street has helped to hone his senior credentials down at Plymouth Albion, where he spent a time on dual-registered terms, as well as featuring for the Chiefs in the Anglo-Welsh Cup and the Exeter Braves in the A League.
In what was a fantastic 2016/17 season for Street, he not only made his first-ever start for the Chiefs against Cardiff Blues in November 2016, but he was also part of the England Under-20s squad for both the Six Nations and Junior World Championships, two years ahead of his actual age group.
Since then, he has continued to flourish within the Chiefs ranks - working with not only the club's coaching staff, but also experienced international stars such as Harry Williams, Tomas Francis and Greg Holmes to help develop his front-row play.
Now with over 40 first team appearances to his name, much is expected of the highly-rated tight-head as the Chiefs look to advance his career at a rate of knots.