Earl Heyman Claims Favorite

With his high school playing days now behind him, Ballard's Earl Heyman has starting scheduling visits and on Monday the U.S. Army All-American claimed a leader for his services.

Earl Heyman, a 6-foot-3, 250-pound defensive lineman from Louisville (Ky.) Ballard was selected to play in January's Scout.com, U.S. Army All-American game in January.

Heyman has several scholarship offers and says his leader is just outside his back door.

"Lousiville is my leader right now," said Heyman. "Besides being close to home, I like the direction of the program and I like the coaching staff at Louisville.

"My favorites right now are Louisville, Indiana, Kentucky, Clemson, Nebraska and USC.

"I have a visit set up with Indiana (12-10) and I'm planning on visiting USC, Clemson and possibly Nebraska in January. USC and Nebraska haven't offered me yet."

Heyman finished the 2004 season with 16 sacks.

Heyman has indicated to ITV in the past that he may announce his decision at the U.S. Army All-American game, which is an exlusive partner of Scout.com.

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