There is no question – Max Jean-Gilles had the biggest head of any player to ever play at Georgia.
The son of immigrants from Haiti, he was such a large man that there weren't any helmets that fit him when he first arrived in Athens.
For a man well over 300 pounds Jean-Gilles was surprisingly athletic and agile. He was named an All-American for his efforts in the 2005 season.
Concerns over his weight hurt his draft stock. The Eagles took him in the fourth round. He would later become the first NFL player to undergo a procedure called lap-band surgery to help reduce his weight, which helped keep him in the league longer.