Coach Heyman

KJ Fundamental Football Clinic - Coach Heyman

Earl Heyman was a member of the 2010 SUPERBOWL CHAMPS, New Orleans Saints. Earl played as a Defensive tackle and his squad number was #66.
Heyman played football for Louisville while in college, then made his professional debut in 2009.

At Louisville:
Three-year starter who has seen considerable playing time... has long arms and good size... has played in 36 games, all along the defensive front... has played some end as well... has improved on playing with his pads lower and has shown the ability to get upfield.

Appeared in 12 games, all of which he started... started 11 games at defensive tackle and one at defensive end... recorded a career-high 40 tackles, which was tied for sixth on the team ... led the team with four sacks and tied with three fumbles recovered... tied his career-high with six tackles against Rutgers and South Florida... returned a fumble 32-yards for a touchdown against Connecticut... recorded four tackles and a sack versus Kentucky... notched six tackles and a sack versus Middle Tennessee.

Started at defensive end against Kentucky and Rutgers, and defensive tackle the last 11 games...registered 22 total tackles in 13 games...credited with two tackles against Connecticut... recorded a career-high five tackles in the win over West Virginia... notched one tackle, one tackle for loss and 0.5 sacks versus Syracuse... registered two stops against Cincinnati... recorded one tackle against Middle Tennessee... registered two tackles against Kansas State... recorded four tackles and recovered a fumble against Miami.

Finished with 17 tackles... closed the season with three tackles against Virginia Tech... recorded three tackles gainst Cincinnati... returned a fumble 30 yards for a touchdown against North Carolina... had a 20-yard fumble return versus Florida Atlantic... made his collegiate debut against Oregon State.

Before Louisville:
Finished high school career with 212 tackles, 32 sacks and 50 tackles for loss at Ballard High School... first team All-State selection by the Louisville Courier-Journal and Lexington Herald-Leader... top defensive vote-getter on the CJ All-State team... starter in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl... rated the nation' s No. 8 defensive end by ranked the No. 42 overall prospect nationally by collected 92 tackles and 16 sacks in 2004... made 78 tackles, 20 for loss and 12 sacks as a junior... son of Doris Heyman and Earl Dickerson... born 9/5/87... justice administration major.

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