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Trinity High School
University of Pittsburgh

  • Set Trinity single-season record with 32 receptions in 1979, which stood for 22 years.
  • Also an outstanding kickoff and punt returner during his career.
  • He was a first-team All-WPIAL selection in 1979 and also first-team All-Western Conference.
  • \Jeff was a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Finest 22 selection and was a named to the Pittsburgh Press’ Fabulous 44.
  • He also was named the Pennsylvania Association of coaches’ All-Star game and was a Big 33 all-star game selection.
  • He was ranked the 10th best wide receiver recruit in the nation by note Joe Terranova’s national high school football recruiting report.
  • In addition to football, Jeff was an outstanding baseball player at Trinity.
  • He was among the top pitchers in Hillers’ history in winning percentage and earned run average and he was a power hitter and top-notch base runner.
  • He was a four-year letterman at Pitt where he played in four bowl games.
  • Jeff helped Pitt to a 39-6-1 record from 1980-83. He finished with 17 receptions and a touchdown.