For the second installation of "He went WHERE?," I chose that hallmark of higher learning, Harvard University. But what has the oldest institution of upper education in America given to football? Quite a lot, actually. (Modern era only)
Matt Birk, C, Vikings: Picked #178 overall in the 1998 NFL Draft, he got the starter's job in 2000 and hasn't looked back. A 5x Pro Bowler. He has played 114 games.
John Dockery, CB, Jets (AFL & NFL), Steelers (NFL): Played from 1968-1973. 8 career interceptions in 61 total games. Currently a sportscaster for NFL on Westwood One.
Dan Jiggets, T, Bears: Played 98 games at tackle for the Bears from 1976-1982.
Isaiah Kacyvenski, LB, Seahawks, Rams, and Raiders: 100 career games for three teams. 2000-present. 185 career tackles, 3 INTs, and 1 sack. Currently on the Raiders roster.
Pat McInally, P/WR, Bengals: I saved the most interesting for last. 1976-1985. Yes, he was a punter and a wide reciever. A 41.9 career yards-per-punt average, and 57 receptions for 808 yards and 5 TDs. He was the first Harvard graduate to play in both the Pro Bowl and the Super Bowl. (both in the 1981 season) He led the league twice in punting average. He has the only verified perfect score on the Wonderlic test. Coincidentally, he now works for the Wonderlic company helping improve student-athelets' SAT scores.
There you have it. All the graduates of Harvard University who have seen significant playing time in the NFL. Keep in mind this is only the modern era.