Pat McInally - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"He attended Harvard University, where he wore uniform number 87....
Paul Brown's practice of drafting intelligent players was, arguably, exemplified by the selection of Pat McInally, who scored the only verified perfect score on the Wonderlic Test, an intelligence test which was developed in the early 1970s that is given to prospective players by the NFL to judge their aptitude for adapting to certain situations.
According to McInally, "it really did seem like an easy test at the time. One of the reasons I did so well is because I didn't think it mattered. So I think I didn't feel any pressure at all. It was more of a lark, and that's when you do your best. If I took it 100 times I'd probably never do that again."  McInally claims it hurt rather than enhanced his position in the draft because "coaches and front-office guys don't like extremes one way or the other, but particularly not on the high side. I think they think guys who are intelligent will challenge authority too much." 
In a coincidental turn of events, Pat McInally joined the Wonderlic company to help student athletes prepare for the Scholastic Aptitude Test."