Heyman to re-schedule UK trip

Ballard High School defensive lineman Earl Heyman was scheduled to take an official visit to Kentucky over the weekend, but some late minute changes caused him to move the date.

"I didn't go," Heyman said about the visit to Kentucky. "My mother wasn't able to go, so I decided to re-schedule. I thought she should be there with me, so I plan on re-scheduling the visit for sometime in January. I just gotta talk to Joker and set something up."

The talented, 6-foot-4, defensive end from Ballard High School in Louisville (KY) has narrowed things down, but has not ruled out several others.

"I have a couple visits scheduled," Heyman said. "I've set one up to Boston College, Clemson, and Louisville. I might have to re-schedule my visit to Louisville because my month is so busy. In fact, I'll probably have to shift a bunch of those visits around."

Asked who his leaders were, Heyman still is focusing on two: "Louisville and Kentucky are my favorites. I probably won't be making a decision until late January, early February."

Heyman finished the season with 16 sacks for Ballard. He briefly talked about the benefits of his leaders.

"Besides being close to home, I like the direction of the program and I like the coaching staff at Louisville. Kentucky's struggled but I like Joker a lot and I like the Southeastern Conference."

And now the focuse is on basketball - another great passion.

"Basketball's going great," Heyman enthuiastically stated. "We're undefeated and we beat the number one team in the state by ten points. We're pretty good. I think we're number 3 in the state right now."

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