Terence Steele is an offensive tackle for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. He is 1.98 meters tall and weighs 145 kilos. He played football while attending Byron P. Steele II High School. During his senior year, he started at left tackle for the San Antonio Express-News and was named to the first teams of the local conference and the 25-6A district.
When he graduated from high school in Texas, he was ranked as the No. 239 player overall in his class, the No. 1,844 prospect overall, and a three-star recruit. Additionally, he was the 179th-best offensive lineman overall. He was a part of the Texas Tech Red Raiders football team while attending Texas Tech University.
He was a redshirt freshman left lineman who started the first 10 games. In terms of passing yards, overall offense, and points scored, his 13 starts at right tackle as a sophomore helped the team place in the top 25 nationally. The junior helped the team’s passing yardage per game rank among the top 20 nationally by starting all 12 of his games at right tackle.
He finished his collegiate career with 47 starts after playing for the Red Raiders during his junior and senior seasons, earning honorable-mention All-Big 12 recognition. At the end of the season, he participated in both the 2020 Senior Bowl and the NFL Scouting Combine. The Dallas Cowboys signed Steele as an undrafted free agent after the 2020 NFL Draft.
Where Was Terence Steele Born?
Terence Steele is from San Antonio, Texas in the United States of America.