UNC Football Bio
71 Jon Heck
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Made 50 career starts, including 12 as a senior, 14 as a junior, 11 as a sophomore and 13 as a freshman.

2016 - Senior Season
Senior stalwart at right tackle who earned second-team All-ACC honors at offensive tackle • Graded out at 83 percent against NC State • Had a team-high 11 knockdowns and graded out at 81 percent at Duke • Returned from missing the Virginia game due to injury to start in the win over Georgia Tech, grading out at 84 percent • Played just 22 snaps after suffering an injury at Miami • Finished with a team-best five knockdowns in the win at Florida State • Played all 71 offensive snaps and graded out at 80 percent in the comeback win over Pitt • Registered seven knockdowns in the win at Illinois • Had five in the season opener against Georgia. 

2016 - Senior Season
Senior stalwart at right tackle who has started 48 career games • Had a team-high 11 knockdowns and graded out at 81 percent at Duke • Returned from missing the Virginia game due to injury to start in the win over Georgia Tech, grading out at 84 percent • Played just 22 snaps after suffering an injury at Miami • Finished with a team-best five knockdowns in the win at Florida State • Played all 71 offensive snaps and graded out at 80 percent in the comeback win over Pitt • Registered seven knockdowns in the win at Illinois • Had five in the season opener against Georgia.

2015 - Junior Season
Named to the All-ACC second team by both ACSMA and the league's coaches • Started all 14 games at right tackle and saw action on 918 snaps, an average of 66 plays per game • Offensive line was named to the Joe Moore Award Quarterly Honor Roll, which recognizes the best o-line play in the country • Offensive line paved the way for Elijah Hood to rush for more than 1,400 yards and Marquise Williams to run for more than 900 yards • Graded out at 83 percent and had seven knockdowns in a win over Miami • Saw action on 59 snaps and had seven knockdowns in a comeback win at Georgia Tech • Played 70 snaps against Delaware and helped the Tar Heels average 8.4 yards per play and total a season-high 568 yards of offense • Played 64 snaps and had five knockdown blocks in the win over Illinois • Had 14 knockdown blocks and played 59 snaps in the win over North Carolina A&T • Saw action on 67 snaps, had four knockdown blocks and graded out at 83 percent in the season opener vs. South Carolina. 

2014 - Sophomore Season
Started 11 of 13 games at right tackle • Saw his streak of consecutive starts come to an end at 16 when he missed the Clemson and Virginia Tech games with an injury • Came back from the injury to start the next seven straight games to close the season • Closed the season strong by grading out at 80 percent or better in five of the last six games • Had his best performance of the season in the 45-20 win over No. 25 Duke as the Tar Heels rushed for 315 yards and had a season-high 591 total yards • Graded out at 95 percent and had seven knockdowns vs. the Blue Devils • Played well in the win over Georgia Tech, posting a season-high 14 knockdowns and grading out at 84 percent.

2013 - Redshirt Freshman Season
Started all 13 games at right tackle • Graded out at 88 percent with four knockdowns against Old Dominion • Played all 82 snaps against NC State and graded out at 90 percent with five knockdowns • Had nine knockdowns in the win over Boston College • Played all 82 snaps against East Carolina • Saw action on all 58 snaps at Georgia Tech • Had four knockdown blocks in 71 snaps against Middle Tennessee • Started his first career game at South Carolina and played 81 snaps with five knockdowns • Redshirted in 2012.

The Bolles School
Ranked among the top 100 prospects in Florida by Scout.com • Member of the Jacksonville Times-Union Super 11 and Super 24 • Helped lead Bolles to a 13-1 record and a state championship come-from-behind victory over Booker T. Washington as a senior • Listed by ESPN.com as one of the top 100 tackles in the country • Named second-team all-state • Missed his junior season with a foot fracture • Has a large frame and long arms • Coached by Corky Rogers at The Bolles School • Also competed in basketball and throws the discus in track and field. 

Personal
Exercise and sport science major • Originally from Charlottesville, Va. • Son of Andy and Jennifer Heck • Andy was a first-team All-America offensive tackle for Notre Dame and played on the 1988 national championship team in South Bend • Andy coached three seasons as an assistant coach at Virginia and is currently the offensive line coach for the Kansas City Chiefs • His brother Charlie is an offensive tackle for the Tar Heels • Born Feb. 5, 1994.

Position: Offensive Tackle
Height: 6'7"
Weight: 300
Year: Senior
Hometown: Jacksonville, Fla.
High School: The Bolles School
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