Now Heneghan is hoping that an offer comes from that.
"We had Cal, Stanford, San Jose State and UC Davis all come by," said Heneghan. "Yale, Penn and Harvard all came by too. I think those are the schools that are the most interested in me. Princeton as well. A bunch of schools came out to spring practice and most would like me to come to camp."
So Heneghan plans to hit as many camps as he can to show his arm off to coaches.
"I'm going to Stanford's camp, Cal's Camp, San Jose State, Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Penn and Dartmouth and some other Western schools like Utah State and UC Davis want me to come to their camp," said Heneghan.
Heneghan has visited the two local schools, Cal and Stanford and also hit some Ivy League schools in the spring.
"I went to several Ivy League schools in the spring," said Heneghan. "Ivy League schools have been recruiting me most consistently like Penn and Yale."
Heneghan said he's open to any kind of offense.
"I have pretty good mobility, and I'm comfortable in a spread, a read option offense or a pro style," said Heneghan. "I think I probably fit in best in a spread or pro style."
Menlo head coach Mark Newton raved about Heneghan's ability.
"Jack is incredibly competitive, he's tough, has great vision and great feet for being a big guy and moves really well in the picket by himself," said Newton. "He's an accurate thrower. He can throw it with zip and he can throw the deep ball well, a lot of vertical and seams and he throws his guys open."
And Newton thinks Heneghan will flourish wherever he ends up.
"Either an FBS team will get on him and steal him or an Ivy League team will get really fortunate with him," said Newton.
Academically, Heneghan has a 3.97 GPA and scored a 2280 on the SAT.