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Jon Heck Selected as Candidate for Outland Trophy
With the departure of Landon Turner to the NFL, the UNC offensive line is in need of a new leader. Enter Jon Heck. A member...

Jon Heck On Outland Trophy Watch List
North Carolina right tackle Jon Heck was among the 70 standout interior linemen represented on the 2016 Outland Trophy Watch List, announced Friday by The...

UNC’s offensive line shouldn’t be overlooked in 2016
Four of last year’s offensive line starters for UNC are back from a group that paved the way for a run game that finished third...

Jon Heck talks UNC's offensive line
Much of the success of North Carolina's 2015 football season can be attributed to the offensive line, which paved the way for Elijah Hood alone...

Top 25 ACC 2017 NFL Draft Prospects to Watch
Jon Heck, OT, UNC: as started 37 of a possible 39 games for the Tar Heels since his redshirt freshman year. A second-team All-ACC player...

North Carolina's offensive line wants to make statement in 2016
North Carolina’s offense was among the best in the nation last season, and it all started up front with a terrific offensive line. As the...

Turner Named First-Team All-America By Phil Steele
North Carolina senior guard Landon Turner was named a first-team All-America by Phil Steele and 10 Tar Heels were named to his All-ACC team. Earning...

Coaches' All-ACC Teams Announced
The ACC's fourteen head coaches submitted votes for All-ACC. UNC had two players named to the first team and 13 named to all three teams...

UNC OT Jon Heck Solidifying the Right Side
Offensive lineman Jon Heck’s collegiate career began abruptly, thrust into the starting right tackle position as a redshirt freshman. “The first year he started, he...

ACC Midseason All-Conference Picks
Three Tar Heels made ESPN.com's midseason All-ACC team - running back Elijah Hood, offensive guard Landon Turner, and offensive tackle Jon Heck....OT: Jon Heck...

The success of the UNC O-line, running game
The Tar Heels rushed for 208 yards against South Carolina. Elijah Hood rushed 12 times for 138 yards (11.5 yard average), T.J. Logan carried it...

Deafening crowd drowns UNC football's offensive line
UNC's entire offensive line struggled to communicate in the Tar Heels' 17-13 loss to South Carolina on Thursday. But in a neutral-site showdown in Charlotte,...

Experienced Offensive Line Making Strides
Heading into 2015, UNC returns all five starters along the offensive line as well as the most starts along the line in the ACC (106)...

Charlie Heck commits to UNC - Coach Quotes
Charlie Heck, the brother of current UNC offensive tackle Jon Heck, has committed to North Carolina. Heck is a 6-foot-7, 250-pound class of 2015 jumbo...

ACC Week 5 Preview and Predictions
UNC at Clemson 7 p.m., ESPNU: The Tar Heels will be tested again on defense this week. The Tigers average 37 points per game. Another...

Offensive line looks to anchor Heels against chaotic Aztecs
Because of an injury to left guard Caleb Peterson, the Tar Heels’ starting offensive line against Liberty consisted of two juniors (guard Turner and Will...

Fedora: O-Line Work In Progress, Switzer Has No Limits
Although returning starter Jon Heck has stood out above the rest on the offensive line, Coach Larry Fedora says the Tar Heels aren’t ready for...

ACC Football 2014 Spring Preview and Storylines
North Carolina: Replacements on the offensive line - If there’s a concern on offense, it’s a line that loses two standout players in left tackle...

Heck of a Pedigree
Right tackle Jon Heck is well aware of the experience the offensive line lost heading into the 2013 season. He appreciated the chance to work...

Video: Monday Footbal Post-Practice Interviews
Larry Fedora, Quinshad Davis, Ryan Switzer and Jon Heck on the upcoming 'Zero Dark Thursday' matchup against Miami in Chapel Hill...

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