Former Indiana safety Greg Heban signed with Agency Athlete, a sports management company, and its CEO John Hernandez, according to Hernandez's Twitter account. Hernandez described Heban as an "outstanding football player" and a "natural leader" on Twitter. Hernandez will represent Heban as the 6-foot-1, 205-pound safety attempts to make his dreams of playing in the NFL come true.
Heban graduated from IU with a degree in exercise science in May 2013 but enrolled in classes for a ninth semester to exhaust his athletic eligibility. The Muncie, Ind. native originally came to Bloomington as a baseball player but walked on to the Hoosier football team during preseason camp in 2010. Heban played in every game over the past four seasons, accumulating 275 tackles and nine interceptions in his career.
Heban's profile page on Agency Athlete's website says that he is training at Fit Speed Athletic Performance in Weston, Fla., where his former IU teammates Cody Latimer and Kofi Hughes have been training since December.
ESPN Insider grades Heban as a 30 out of 100, which classifies him as a "borderline draft prospect." The service ranks him as the 60th best safety prospect for the 2014 NFL Draft.
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