"It doesn't matter what they do, I still make the big plays," Heyman said on Wednesday.
As a junior, the 6-foot-4, 240-pound defensive end totaled 90 tackles, including 30 for a loss and 16 sacks.
Because of his ability to continually make the 'big play,' Heyman now over nine scholarship offers, which include Louisville, Kentucky, Michigan State, Purdue and Boston College. Additionally, Clemson, Notre Dame and a host of others are expressing a high interest.
On Wednesday, Heyman started hearing from some of the coaches working to secure his commitment later this year.
"Louisville, Kentucky, Clemson and Akron called me today," said Heyman, who recently nominated for the U.S. Army All-American Game. "Coach Greg Nord called from U of L and I talked with Coach Phillips and Coach Brooks from UK."
"I'll be there for sure," Heyman said.
While it may still be some time before the All-State performer makes a college choice, three teams have currently climbed to the top.
"My top three right now would be Louisville, Kentucky and Clemson," Heyman said.
Ballard will host Henry Clay on Friday night and then visit Male the following weekend.