Todd graduated from Elmer L. Meyers High School in Wilkes-Bane, PA in 1982, where he was All-Scholastic for two years in football. In his junior year, he made third team All-State and in his senior year, first team All-State. He was a Big 33 team selection. He was named Super Prep All-American; First Team USA Today on defense; and one of the of the Sporting News’ High School Top 100. He was a heavyweight wrestling All-State champ in his senior year. His high school record was 60-4. Todd went on to graduate from Penn State University in 1986, where was a four-year letterman. He was starting defensive tackle in his sophomore year and starting offensive guard in his junior and senior years. He was captain of his team in his senior year and an All Big Ten Selection, and Coach All-American. Todd played in four major bowls: Fiesta Bowl twice; Orange Bowl and Cotton Bowl. He played in the East/West Shrine Game and in the Japan Bowl. He played on the National Championship Team at Penn State and was a graduate assistant on another National championship team at Penn State. Todd was with the Indianapolis Colts when he was offered a graduate assistant’s job by Joe Paterno. Todd decided to return to State College to earn his Master’s Degree in Business in 1988. He received his law degree from John Carroll University. Presently Todd is president of the Fort Wayne, Indiana, branch of the National Bank of Cleveland. Ohio.