Steinbach is yet to receive an offer but he won't let that change the way he plays on the field for his high school team; he is a team player all the way.
"You have to be a team player and I believe in that so strongly," he said. "You can't go out there and be a show off. You have to go out there and play your game but you have to realize that there are 10 other guys on your side. You just can't go out there and not worry about anybody else. You have to let them do your part and count on them to do their part."
Steinbach has been to three
"They are excellent," Steinbach said. "They are so down to earth. They seem like real people instead of drill sergeants. They care about you actually."
As mentioned earlier, Steinbach is
a team player. He thinks team before himself and loves being part of a team, and
a family. That's another thing he loves about the
"The family up there is so strong," he said. "You hear that from all of their players. They just have such a tight family up there. You feel wanted. You feel like part of that family and are taken in and you're well treated. They keep an eye on your academics as well."
For now Steinbach is concerned with his high school season and also improving his skills so that he can play at the next level.
"I have improved quite a bit on my technique," Steinbach said. "I've probably gotten 100 percent better to tell you the truth. I'm now getting my feet underneath me. I've learned how to pass block. After you get that technique down it's so much easier and I'm getting the feel for things a lot better."