"We're doing pretty good," said Heyward. "I thought our defense has really stepped up. I think our defense is winning more games for us rather than relying on our offense."
Heyward is critical of his own play.
"There are some things I need to improve on, but I did good as a whole. I want to focus on not just making one big play and that's it, but trying to make every play a big play."
Heyward hasn't been to any college games yet this year, but that's going to change this weekend.
"I think I'm going to Georgia and UAB this weekend. I've been up to Georgia a couple of times for basketball games, but this will be my first football game. I'm looking forward to seeing the crowd there."
Heyward has been a regular at Georgia and Pittsburgh this year, so he will likely take his official visits to other schools.
"I haven't set up any official official visits yet. There are a bunch of schools I like. I'll probably visit LSU, Tennessee, Ohio State Florida State, and Florida I'll definitely visit Pittsburgh and Georgia again, but I probably won't have to take official visits there."
Heyward has long been considered a lean to either Pittsburgh or Georgia, but he isn't ready to tip his hand in the recruiting process.
"It's hard to say right now. There are a bunch of schools I like I'll be looking at academics and the comfort level me and my family have there."
Heyward has offers from all of the teams that he is considering, and he is one of the most heavily recruited big men still left on the recruiting board.