I have a father who graduated from Harvard University for undergrad. he donates every year and receives information all the time on apps, info etc and does interviews as volunteer.
Basically, he says I could get in just from his legacy with decent enough stats, as he has made a great of enough legacy of being one of only two football players to graduate. I don't have wonderful stats and therefore I completely disagree with him but he acts as if it's nothing to get me in.
How powerful is having a big legacy at Harvard? What would I need stat-wise to for-sure my acceptance? (keep in mind the contributions made to the college up above)