Former NFL star, Pat McInally is a Harvard graduate, two-time All-American and National Football Foundation College Hall of Famer. After graduating with honors, cum laude, he was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals and enjoyed an 11-year career with them. He has the distinction of being the only professional player to score a perfect 50 on the NFL's Wonderlic Intelligence Test.
McInally also has accomplished many things off the field. He created Kenner's Starting Lineup action figures, which had more than $700 million in sales. His nationally syndicated column, "Pat Answers for Kids," ran in over 125 newspapers and his book Moms & Dads Kids & Sports was a best-seller. These were in addition to success in songwriting, television, and radio.
His passion has always been helping scholar-athletes to get into great colleges. These have included Harvard, Penn, Pomona, Notre Dame, La Verne, Claremont-McKenna, U. C. Davis, Occidental, Pitzer, Wheaton, Case-Western, Michigan, and SMU among others. Interestingly, these players varied in size, playing level, academics and financial need, illustrating that Division 1 isn't the only level seeking players .
He currently serves as the head football coach at Brethren Christian High School in Huntington Beach, Calif.