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Jon Heck News & Bio


Name:Jon Heck
Hometown:Jacksonville, FL
High School:Bolles School
Recruit Rating:3 Stars
Born:February 5, 1994 (25)
Height/Weight:6-7, 300
Position:Offensive Tackle
Notes:Football

Seven Tar Heels On Senior Bowl Watch List
North Carolina center Lucas Crowley, offensive tackle Jon Heck, wide receiver Mack Hollins, cornerback Des Lawrence, tailback T.J. Logan, offensive guard Caleb Peterson and wide...

UNC's Caleb Peterson Enjoying the Game
Caleb Peterson has been having fun throughout his four years in a Tar Heel uniform alongside of best friend and starting right tackle Jon Heck...

Experience Abounds Up Front for UNC Offensive Line
North Carolina’s offensive line is four years in the making. Fifth-year seniors Jon Heck (right tackle) and Caleb Peterson (left guard) arrived at UNC in...

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...


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