Estacado wide receiver TJ Steele announced his commitment to the Mean Green of North Texas on Wednesday night via his twitter account.

Steele is a 6-foot wideout with speed to burn and the moves to get open against any defense. He's also a track star for Estacado with the second-fastest 100-meter dash in Estacado history as a sophomore.

As a junior, last season for Estacado Steele missed six weeks due to an injury and still managed 193 rushing yards and 757 yards receiving with 12 total touchdowns. Steele's big play tendency is further proven by his 27 yards per catch average. He also had a touchdown every three catches.

Steele doesn't have a national composite ranking but he's a strong three-star prospect according to 247sports.com and was offered by Emmett Jones at Kansas and Tulsa along with some other smaller universities. Steele is the No. 59 player in Texas and the No. 62 receiver in America according to 247Sports.

Steele now heads into his senior season where the Matadors try and continue their momentum from the past two seasons of playoff runs.

North Texas coach Seth Littrell continues to recruit Lubbock well adding two more Lubbock athletes in his current 2020 class in Isaiah Johnson from Cooper and Erik Williams of Coronado who is the top-ranked player in the 2020 class.