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JAKE HEAPS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Former Jayhawks QB Jake Heaps excited about opportunity with Hurricanes

At 23 years old, Jake Heaps is married. He has 33 collegiate games with two programs to his name. So why has he spent the past month living in the University of Miami's dorms after transferring? When redshirt senior Ryan Williams tore his ACL in the spring, it left the Hurricanes with no experience at the quarterback position. Not the ideal situation for a team hoping to capture...
Via Fox Sports Florida
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Jake Heaps wants to Rock You Like a Hurricane.

Jake Heaps. Via The Deseret News.If you were looking for one more use for the phrase "taking his talents to South Beach," then your in luck. The former Kansas quarterback Jake Heaps is transferring to Miami for the 2014 season.Miami announced the signing of the oft-traveled former Heaps in a press release Sunday. "Kansas QB Jake Heaps has signed a financial aid agreement...
Via Shirts With Random Triangles
June 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Jake Heaps taking his talents to South Beach

Jake Heaps was one of the top quarterbacks in the 2010 recruiting class. 247 Sports composite rankings for pro style quarterbacks had him right behind Phillip Sims and Jesse Scroggins. Sims went to Alabama, then headed to Virginia and is now at Winston-Salem State. Scroggins went to USC, then JUCO and is now at Arizona. Heaps started out at BYU where he played in 13 games as a freshman...
Via Crystal Ball Run
June 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Jake Heaps Announces That He Will Finish His College Career At Miami

Jake Heaps, the former BYU and Kansas starting quarterback, will transfer to Miami and attempt to start for his third program in five years. On Friday, Heaps sent an Instagram message thanking Jayhawks fans, and that he would be receiving his degree from KU. Now, he’s done the same to confirm the news that he will finish up his career with the Hurricanes. I am excited for the...
Via College Spun
June 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Kansas QB Jake Heaps transferring to Hurricanes

Losing projected starting quarterback Ryan Williams to an ACL injury this spring left the University of Miami football team with little experience at the position entering the 2014 season. The Hurricanes did their best to rectify that situation by announcing Sunday the transfer of Jake Heaps from the University of Kansas. Heaps, who is set to graduate this month, will be a fifth...
Via Fox Sports Florida
June 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Jake Heaps to transfer to Miami, two others leave KU football

On Friday, Kansas head coach Charlie Weis announced that quarterback Jake Heaps and wideout Andrew Turzilli would transfer from the Kansas football program after graduating. Today, it was announced that Jake Heaps would be joining the Miami Hurricanes. Heaps, who transferred to Kansas from BYU, likely wouldn’t have played much next year as Charlie Weis announced back in April that...
Via Rock Chalk Blog
June 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Heaps, Turzilli, Miller leave Kansas football team

LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Another highly touted transfer has fizzled out as the Kansas starting quarterback. Former five-star prospect Jake Heaps, who was heralded by coach Charlie Weis after his arrival from BYU, said in a statement issued by the school Friday that he'd be leaving the program when he finishes his degree requirements at the end of the month. Wide receiver Andrew Turzilli...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
June 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Will BYU QB commit Billy Green be Jake Heaps 2.0?

The Brigham Young Cougars recently received a commitment from quarterback Billy Green. He plays for King’s High School in Shoreline, Washington. Green also receives training from the Barton camp; the same camp former BYU quarterback Jake Heaps attended. Speaking of the recruiting process, Green was quoted by Brandon Gurney on DeseretNews.com as saying, “BYU coaches let me know...
Via Blue Cougar Football
July 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Poll Results: Do you agree with Jake Heaps' decision to transfer?

A solid 80% of voters do not agree with Jake Heaps' decision to leave the Brigham Young Cougars football team and transfer to another school. Normally I wait until after the poll closes to voice my opinion, but this time I stated my disagreement with the decision in a piece written last week. In short, I don't agree because the road to success looks a lot harder by transferring...
Via Blue Cougar Football
December 12, 2011  |  Discuss

BYU QB Jake Heaps Goes Retro

Saturday against the Idaho Vandals, Brigham Young Cougars quarterback Jake Heaps finally played the way everyone expected him to play in 2011. Heaps’ play also had a retro look to it. One year before (November 6, 2010), Heaps led BYU to a big win over UNLV (55-7). In the win over the Vandals, Heaps led BYU to a victory that followed the same course as this win over the Rebels...
Via Blue Cougar Football
November 16, 2011  |  Discuss
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