Terence Steele is an offensive tackle who competes for the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football League. He is 145 kg in weight and 1.98 m tall. He participated in football while attending Byron P. Steele II High School. For the San Antonio Express-News during his senior year, he started at left tackle and was named to the first team All-Area and All-District 25-6A.
He was ranked as the No. 179 offensive tackle, the No. 239 player overall in Texas for his class, the No. 1,844 prospect nationally, and a three-star recruit when he graduated from high school. For the Texas Tech Red Raiders football team, he played collegiate football at the University.
As a redshirt freshman left tackle, he made his first ten starts. As a sophomore, he made 13 starts at right tackle and helped the team rank in the top 25 nationally in passing yards, total offense, and scoring. As a junior, he started each of his 12 games at right tackle, helping the team’s passing yardage per game rank in the top 20 nationally.
He finished his undergraduate career with 47 starts and honorable-mention All-Big 12 honors following his junior and senior seasons with the Red Raiders. At the end of the season, he participated in the NFL Scouting Combine and the 2020 Senior Bowl. Steele was an undrafted free agent who the Dallas Cowboys signed after the 2020 NFL Draft.
Does Terence Steele Have Any Kids?
Terence Steele has no children currently as he is focused on his football career.