Skip Minisi was an All-American halfback with
After his freshman year Minisi was drafted for military science, but was permitted to transfer to the
Minisi rushed for 1,390 yards in his
Sportswriter Jesse Abramson tabbed Minisi as the top wingback in the country as a senior and described him as “a polished all-around performer, a rapid runner, solid blocker, devastating southpaw passer, and safety man.”
Minisi served as a college football official for over 30 years, and was enshrined in the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame in 1985.
He presently serves as a Trustee of the University and as a member of Penn’s Athletic Advisory Board.