High School Lineman Is The Size Of A Toyota Avalon
Most things that are seven feet and 440 pounds live in the woods (bears, wild pigs, extremely slender horses, ancient druid monuments, etc.). Some don't. Some play high school football in southern California.
Those are called "Krahn."
All jokes aside, defensive lineman John Krahn (what a badass name, right?) is perhaps the largest person we've ever seen wearing a helmet and pads -- substantially bigger than the world's heaviest running back -- and Max Preps rather sarcastically describes him as the largest player on a high school roster this season. Uh, ya. He's huge.
When we watched his highlight reel we instinctively threw our lunch money at the screen and ran away.
[Max Preps] Krahn was 6 feet tall in sixth grade, and was 6-foot-5 when he entered high school. As a 6-8, 330-pound sophomore, he cracked the varsity roster but recorded no statistics.
Since then Krahn has grown another four inches. MaxPreps believes he is the tallest player on a high school football roster this season.
He is taller than any player to ever play in the NFL, and is roughly the same size as WWE superstar Big Show.
Krahn says he wants to be a cop if football doesn't work out. You hear that, crime? Krahn is coming for you. Enjoy your freedom while it lasts, because the long, beefy arm of the law is coming after you once it finishes AP chemistry...
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