Andrew Jackson, William Crawford, Henry Clay 1824
John Quincy Adams: 84
Andrew Jackson: 99
William Crawford: 41
Henry Clay: 37
1. Actually, this is hyperbole. The brother wasn't running.
2. In fact, Jackson was far less qualified than even Clay suspected. A mere 365 British were confirmed killed in the Battle of New Orleans. As a point of reference, George Washington, whom everyone agreed was extremely qualified, killed 1,505 British in Boston alone.