"It was great," Heyman said of time in North Carolina. "I went down there to work out, but what I really ended up doing was relaxing and getting refocused on everything. I still worked out some, but everyone needs a vacation every now and then. It was a really good trip for me."
"I kept in touch with the coaches that I really wanted to stay in touch with," Heyman told InsideTheVille.com on Friday. "Schools like Louisville, Cincinnati and Tennessee. I've really tried to stay focused on other things for awhile, because the recruiting stuff will take care of itself."
In addition to the hometown Cardinals, Heyman has also collected scholarship offers from Cincinnati, Indiana, Kentucky and Northwestern. Others such as Alabama, Clemson, Michigan, Michigan State and Tennessee have expressed an interest in nation's 33rd-ranked defensive end.
Heyman, who last visited the U of L program for the spring game, will be on hand Saturday night when the Cardinals conduct a public scrimmage.
"To be honest, I'm leaning towards Louisville right now," said Heyman. "It's not something that I'm worried about right now. I'm trying to stay focused on my team and trying to win a state championship."