|2015 TEXAS TECH COMMITS|
|Madison Akamnonu||OT||HS||Arlington (Bowie HS)||6-5||270|
|Corey Dauphine||RB||HS||Port Arthur (Memorial HS)||6-1||180|
|Conner Dyer||OT||HS||Mesquite (Horn HS)||6-5||275|
|Trace Ellison||OT||HS||Frisco (Centennial HS)||6-6||285|
|Breiden Fehoko||DT||HS||Honolulu, HI (Farrington HS)||6-3||280|
|Jonathan Giles||WR||HS||Fort Bend (Elkins HS)||6-0||170|
|D'Vonta Hinton||LB||HS||Texas City||5-10||210|
|Lio Lafaele||OT||JUCO So||Corona, CA (Riverside CC)||6-4||300|
|Terrence Steele||OL||HS||Cibolo (Steele)||6-6||210||UNRANKED|
|Cortney Wallace||DT||HS||Neville, LA||6-2||310|
News broke on Twitter early Sunday evening that Cibolo Steele offensive lineman Terrence Steele committed to Texas Tech.
#BOOM!!!!!!!— Jason Reed (@JasonReedTTU) November 3, 2014
Steele took an official visit to the campus during the weekend of the Texas game and has ties with Texas Tech running backs coach Mike Jinks, who was the head coach of Cibolo Steele from 2005-2012. The commitment means he will be reunited with former Cibolo Steele teammate and running back Justin Stockton. Stockton, as most Tech fans are well-aware, is currently a freshman at Texas Tech who has rushed for 376 yards and four touchdowns through nine games this season.
Prior to the commitment to Texas Tech, Steele had one other offer, BYU, according to Scout and is listed as 6-foot-6 and 295 pounds.
Steele is commitment No. 13 in Texas Tech’s 2015 recruiting class and the fifth offensive lineman to commit, joining Four-star Madison Akamnonu, four-star Conner Dyer, three-star Trace Ellison and four-star junior college player Lio Lafaele.
Steele told Scout reporter Annabel Stephan he wants to study sports medicine in college and added where he thinks he'll play and in what areas he continues to improve in.
"My size is what makes me unique as a lineman, definitely. I can play both left tackle and right tackle, and I think that's where I'll stay in college," Steele said. "I've grown a lot since my junior season; I'm a lot smarter and I know my position much better."