By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
The most striking sight at the peak of the incline on the walk into Klockner Stadium isn't the flags heralding Virginia's lacrosse championships. Nor is it an often-packed grandstand.
"He's always been a very laid-back and down to earth guy, yet very driven as well," says Tad Stanwick, Steele's older brother. "I think that's something my parents tried to instill in all of us, to be humble and gracious in whatever you do. That's Steele in a nutshell."
"Probably my No. 1 pet peeve was people calling me cocky when I was younger," he says. "From a young age, I tried to stay as humble as I could. For me, that was always the most important thing. Being from a big family, I'm the fifth born. My trophies are being put behind the girls' trophies at home. It put me right in place and let me know where I stand."