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Name: Chris Steele (Transfer from Florida)
College: Southern California     Number: 8
Height: 6-1   Weight: 190
Position: CB  Pos2: FS
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2023

40 Low: 4.37
   40 Time: 4.48
  40 High: 4.58
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Weight: 190

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: 2ndC...2019: Transfer from Florida

 Chris Steele, Southern California, Player News


  Few Pac-12 corners play a more smothering, aggressive style than Steele, but that tight coverage has translated less to turnovers than it has penalties so far in his USC career. The junior has one interception through two seasons, but caught plenty of calls last season from officials, who flagged him for six coverage penalties over six games. "I've been a little over-physical with my hands at times," Steele admitted Thursday. He's planning to put those hands to better use this season. Steele missed the first week of spring due to health and safety protocols, but his progress in that area was clear upon his return to practice last week. On Tuesday, he closed the session with a leaping interception on a fade to receiver Drake London in the corner of the end zone. "I think I've always had kind of a bad rep of not making plays on the ball, just having a lot of pass breakups," Steele said. "So this year, I definitely want to make a lot more plays on the ball, get some interceptions." - Los Angeles Times

(DS#15 CB) Jr/2023 CB Chris SteeleSouthern California
News Source: Los Angeles Times
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  2020 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM: DB Chris Steele, So., USC,...Steele recorded 26 tackles, 4 pass deflections and an interception this season. Both are sophomores. - Southern California Football

(DS#15 CB) Jr/2023 CB Chris SteeleSouthern California
News Source: Southern California Football
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  Sophomore cornerback Chris Steele has been called for four personal fouls in the first two games of the season, causing the USC defense to stay on the field for extended drives. It's really the only nit to pick with Steele's play this year, as teams have tended not to throw in his direction. And Orlando doesn't want to see Steele change his approach to the game to avoid flags.

Instead, he wants to coach Steele up on what officials will look for, and to make him understand that opposing coaches will try to make officials aware of Steele's history pregame. "You just try to show him how things are going to be called. You want guys to be aggressive. It's hard. If you get too much into a corner's head and make him soft you'll never get that back," Orlando said. "So all we're doing right now is be aggressive but understand if that head's not back toward the football that's going to get called, if you get a little bit too handsy that's going to get called." - Orange County Register


(DS#15 CB) Jr/2023 CB Chris SteeleSouthern California
News Source: Orange County Register
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