Steele hasn’t played a down in two years, but he’s always been a player with sky-high potential. He missed his junior year due to injury and this season was canceled because of the pandemic. At a recent training session, it was easy to see Steele still has the athleticism and explosiveness that made him a standout as a freshman and sophomore. Expect Boston College to use him as a linebacker in some situations and an in-the-box safety in others. Steele has the speed and quickness to cover in space but has the size to be a physical presence near the line of scrimmage or blitzing off the edge. He should be an important piece of Boston College’s defense throughout the next few years.