One of Kentucky's top offensive linemen is Trinity's John Heile. Heile has spent time camping at a…
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Trinity has started off 2-0 with many great games in their sights for the rest of the season. Senior lineman John Heile, despite being one Kentucky's best linemen, isn't worried about recruiting right now. Trinity has dominated both of their first two games against quality competition. The Shamrocks have improved from last year as a unit and their players have improved individually, including center John Michael Heile. "I feel that on a personal level, I have made major improvements from last year," said Heile. "I am finishing blocks, pass protecting well and controlling the offensive line," he continued. Heile has helped his team run through their first two games and now he's getting ready for another big challenge, Cincinnati Elder. "These teams (Brentwood and Montgomery Bell) are great because they show us what we are doing wrong and allow us to get better the next week. They have been great learning points for our next test at Cincinnati Elder," he continued. The remainder of the season after Elder is a challenge as well, with Cincinnati St. Xavier, Indianapolis Cathedral, Cincinnati Moeller and district opponents St. Xavier, Manual and Male. "I am looking forward to the great challenge this year is going to be. We are playing the best teams we could find and if we could somehow win all of our games, it would be something incredible," Heile said. Recruiting wise, Heile has an offer from Ivy League Columbia, but he's hearing from majors like Northwestern, Purdue, Illinois, Vanderbilt and Kentucky.
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