Rated as the No. 15 player in South Carolina by Rivals.com ... No. 17 player in South Carolina by ESPN ... Shrine Bowl selection ... three-year starter on the offensive and defensive lines for Williston-Elko High School ... served as the kicker ... led his baseball team in homers (6) and wins (7) as a junior ... coached by Dwayne Garrick at Williston-Elko High School ... recruited by Marion Hobby.
Mickey Plyler on Hearn: "Clemson offered early and likes his versatility. On film Hearn moves pretty well. He also looked good when I saw him at the Shrine Bowl against better competition. Clemson liked him in camp, but I wanted to see him in the Shrine Bowl. Hearn has a good base and good potential."
Reminds Plyler of: Bruce Bratton
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He is a really good run-blocker and has a good upside. He can play offensive tackle or guard.
Kendall Joseph impresses at Shrine Bowl - 4 years ago Clemson 2014 linebacker commit Kendall Joseph was looking forward to the chance to play against better competition in the Shrine Bowl, and he responded with seven tackles in the game itself despite learning a new scheme during the week. Full Story »