Posted On: 04/18/20 2:22 PM

When you stand 6’5", weigh 305 pounds, and play high school football, it does not matter if you are just a sophomore, you are going to get looks from college football programs. When you can combine that with athletic ability and football skills, you are going to get looked at by some of the biggest programs in the nation. That is the situation Hill-Murray sophomore Lucas Heyer Lucas Heyer 6'5" | OL Hill-Murray | 2022 State MN finds himself in right now. After the 2019 season, Heyer has multiple Division I schools looking at him, and he still has two years of high school football left.

The Pioneers’ 2019 season did not go as Heyer had hoped, but he expects big things from his team in 2020.

"I do not feel that the season went well at all," Heyer said. "We finished 3-7 and did not perform the way we could have. As a rising junior, I am very excited to take on a leadership role and do everything I can to help turn things around. We have a great group of guys and are loaded with talent. We have the potential to go far."

When things were going well for the team, Heyer felt it was about

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