Harry Theofiledes was born and raised in Homestead, PA, attended Waynesburg College and in 1965 was selected as NAIA All-American 1st team defensive back and 2nd team All-American quarterback.
He was second in the nation in total offense and third in passing offense. He held the record for interceptions (9) in one season. Also, lettered in basketball, baseball and track. Made All-State team and was elected into the Western Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame in 1994.
Played professional football for the Washington Redskins and the New York Jets. Played with such notable quarterbaks as Sonny Jurgenson and Joe Namath. Presently is finance director for Ray Huffines Chevrolet in Dallas, TX.