Terence Steele is the third Red Raider to enter the NFL following the 2019 season. The offensive lineman will head to Dallas to protect quarterback Dak Prescott. Although Steele was not selected in the draft, he was widely considered a sixth to seventh round pick. He was even in one interview called a “gem of an OT prospect”. He has great ability on angle blocks and uses his strong footing to redirect rushers. He has very long arms that he uses to redirect rushers on the edge.
Steele was a pivotal part of Texas Tech’s pass protection. He earned attention at the conference level, making the All-Big 12 Honorable Mention team both his junior and senior years. He was also invited to participate in the Reese's Senior Bowl following his graduation. It’ll be exciting to see Steele play at the next level and contribute to the Cowboys.