Jake Heimlicher Adds In-State Offers

Regis Jesuit pass rush specialist Jake Heimlicher now has an offer from Air Force, Cal, Colorado, Hawaii, Montana State and Penn...


Air Force recently offered, the day after the Falcons stopped by Regis Jesuit for a spring evaluation period visit, and Jake Heimlicher received his offer from Colorado during a 45-minute meeting with head coach Mike MacIntyre.

"I toured CU's campus during their Junior Day and then the following Saturday they called me up and asked if I could come back up," he recapped. "So I drove up and met with Coach MacIntyre and I ate lunch with the other coaches after that. We talked about their defensive scheme, where he sees me as a player, where he sees me as a student.

"CU is pretty sweet, I am not going to lie. Everything they offer is impressive, academics and football wise. With 'The Rise,' how their football team is back on the map is pretty cool."

The 6-foot-4, 210-pound Heimlicher is being recruited by the Buffaloes as a pass rushing outside linebacker in their 3-4 scheme.

Heimlicher continues to be in contact with Cal's coaches on a weekly basis and he is hearing from Duke.

"It is still up in the air at this point," he said when asked about early recruiting favorites. "After I visit Stanford on May 20th for their Junior Day and see what they think of me, that is probably when I will start to get a plan together with recruiting."

Heimlicher plans to attend The Opening regional event in Oakland next month, the day after visiting Stanford.

A League Defensive Player of the Year and first-team all-state selection in 2016, Heimlicher racked up 22 sacks, 49 hurries and 115 tackles during his junior campaign.

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