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Jake Heaps

Position Quarterback
Height 6'1''
Weight 210 lbs.
Class Senior
Hometown Sammamish, Wash.
High School Skyline HS

2012 (RS): Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules.

2011 (So. at BYU): Played in nine games, starting six … Named to Davey O[apos]Brien Award Watch List … Finished the season with 1,452 yards passing, going 144 for 252 with nine touchdowns and eight interceptions … Threw for a career high 305 yards on 27 of 50 passing … Threw four touchdowns against New Mexico State and was named Rivals.com Independent Player of the Week and FBS Independent Offensive Player of the Week.

2010 (Fr. at BYU): Played in all 13 games, starting 10 …Set every BYU freshman quarterback record, including passing yards, touchdowns and wins … New Mexico Bowl Offensive MVP … Played in his first-career game during the season opener against Washington, throwing 13-for-23 for 131 yards … Played most of the game at Florida State, throwing his first touchdown pass on a four-yard throw, finishing 15-of-31 for 114 yards … Became just the second freshman out of high school and first freshman since 1997 to start at quarterback at BYU, going 24-of-45 for 229 yards at home against Nevada … Threw 27-of-54 for 270 yards and two TDs at Utah State … Completed 19-of-31 passes for a then career-best 294 yards vs. UNLV … Threw four TDs and 242 yards on 15-of-20 passing at Colorado State, including a career-high 62-yard touchdown on a flea flicker … Registered the eighth-best pass efficiency total in BYU history vs. the Rams at 242.64 … Threw 14 touchdowns in the final six games of the season, including four multi-touchdown games … Was the only true freshman in 2010 to lead his team to a bowl game and the first BYU freshman quarterback to start a bowl game … Set a BYU bowl record by completing 25-of-34 passes, while tying a Cougar bowl record with four TD throws vs. UTEP in the New Mexico Bowl … College Football News Freshman All-America Team Honorable Mention.

High School: Ranked the No. 1 quarterback in the country by Scout.com and No. 1 pro-style quarterback by Rivals.com … Named the top college football recruit out of the state of Washington by MaxPreps … Earned Parade All-America honors following his senior season … Invited to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl as the starting quarterback for the West team … Led Skyline to three consecutive state championships … 2009 first-team All-State quarterback … AP Washington State Player of the Year … USA Today All-America first team selection … 40-2 record as a starting quarterback … Completed 213-of-352 passes for 3,191 yards and 45 touchdowns as a senior … Team captain … Threw a state-title game record four touchdown passes in a 45-21 victory against Ferris HS … Career totals were 9,196 yards, 114 touchdowns and only 18 interceptions … Rushed for 30 touchdowns … 2008 KingCo 4A All-Conference Co-Offensive MVP … KingCo 4A All-Conference Quarterback … Seattle Times MVP … Gatorade Washington State Player of the Year … AP State Player of the Year … Helped Skyline achieve a perfect 28-0 record over his sophomore and junior seasons … Coached by Mat Taylor.

Personal: Son of Steve and Kelly Heaps … Married to wife Brooke … Majoring in communications … Also recruited by Oklahoma, Florida State, USC, BYU, Florida, UCLA, Georgia, Alabama, California, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Washington and LSU.