Inductee Profile

Steve Shull

Steve Shull was one of three captains for the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl XVII. Born in Philadelphia, he grew up in Bucks County. His football career started at Neshaminy High School – the football program had a long history of excellence. As part of its 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl, the NFL honored the school for having had four alumni who played in Super Bowl games. The school received four gold-colored footballs in honor of them, and Shull was one.

College football took Shull to the field at William and Mary College where he was later inducted into their Hall of Fame in 1993. Following graduation in 1980, Steve made the Miami Dolphins 53 man roster as a free agent where he played linebacker for four years. He played in 41 regular season games between 1980–1982, and he was named one of the three captains for Super Bowl XVII. Unfortunately, a knee injury ended his professional career in 1983. However, Shull focused on his academics and graduated from the University of Miami with an MBA, he went to work on Wall Street.

In 1993, Shull launched his real estate coaching career. For the past 30 years Steve has been a full-time real estate coach working with the best of the best in the industry.

Shull and his wife Katerina have two daughters and live in Brentwood, California.