Heyman flashes a nice blend of athleticism and size at his outside linebacker position. He is tall with an athletic frame that has room to add good bulk. He possesses a long wingspan that he utilizes to separate the ball from the receiver on pass defense and to chase down ball carriers on perimeter runs. Displays good experience and adequate technique playing man coverage and flashes the quickness and nimble feet to stick to the hips of slots. His overall play and fluidity in space is adequate-to-good, particularly for his size. Demonstrates the toughness and physicality you like to see in a linebacker at the point of attack. While he is an active defender outside the tackle box, he often struggles sifting through the lateral traffic. Tends to read backfield flow more than his keys-- the initial delay and false steps make him more susceptible to cutoff blocks. Will need to continue getting bigger, stronger and incorporate better hand technique to improve production in the trash. Appears quicker than he is fast, and lacks the ideal speed and range on run support that you look for in a Division 1 linebacker prospect. Coverage skills are inconsistent and he will need to improve technique in man coverage to mask his lack of recovery speed against quicker slots. We question his ability to mirror elite skill players in space at the next level as well. With that said, Heyman still offers good natural tools and athletic ability for a prospect with his rangy frame.