ATHENS, Ga. — Ok, that’s a ridiculous headline. I get that. Are there any records for such a thing?
Let’s continue the comedy act for one more line: There wasn’t a player who stood out more than John Krahn at the Kirby Smart camp on Saturday. Duh.
All I know is I saw 23-year-old Georgia graduate transfer Tyler Catalina at that camp standing next to a high school kid that made him look well … sort of on the small side.
Pretty sure no one ever saw that coming in Athens.
The 6-foot-6, 325-pound Tyler Catalina didn’t look all that strapping standing next to Krahn. Krahn made national news last fall by earning the mantle of the “biggest man in football” because of his 7-foot, 440-pound frame.
Krahn camped in Athens on Friday and showed pretty good feet. He moves better than any 400-pound prospect I’ve ever seen on a field. (Try the veal. I’ll be here all week.) He’s also the only 7-foot, 410-pound prospect I’ve ever seen on a football field. He worked in the morning session, but sustained an injury and was only a spectator for the afternoon session.
His arm was placed in a sling with an unknown injury. It is good to know that the UGA sports medicine staff has an apparatus that big.
The California native recently moved to Georgia Prep Sports Academy to further enhance his college chances on the next level. It also looks like he cut a little weight, too.
Big John Krahn the biggest football player in the world 7'0 410lbs welcome to GPSA!!! pic.twitter.com/FwOPDFK2dO
— GPSA Lions (@GPSALIONS) June 23, 2016
Check him out in the gallery below:
Jeff Sentell covers UGA football and UGA recruiting for AJC.com and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Follow him on Twitter for the latest on who’s on their way to play Between the Hedges. Unless otherwise indicated, player rankings and ratings are from the 247Sports Composite.