Jeremy Hecklinski

  • Pos QB
  • Height 5-11
  • Weight 168

Prospect Info

  • High School Walton
  • City Marietta, GA
  • Exp 2024 - ...

Wake Forest Demon Deacons

  • Class FR

As a Prospect


  • Class 2024
  • Committed 12/14/2022
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H.S. Scouting Report

Evaluated 08/19/2023

Andrew Ivins
Andrew Ivins Director of Scouting

A new-age gunslinger with some moxie. On the smaller side, but can whip the ball around the field and make defenses pay. Shows plenty of command on the field and tends to be at his best when his back is against the wall. Owns a bit of an unconventional release, but gets the ball out quickly and can use a variety of different arm angles to challenge tight coverage windows. Should be classified as more of a pocket passer, but can extend plays and sell run-pass options. Put up big numbers as a junior in one of Georgia's highest classifications and picked up right where he left off as a senior, throwing for over 250 yards in back-to-back weeks against ranked opponents. Volatile play style won’t be for everyone, but has the tools to flourish in a high-volume passing attack and win games on Saturdays.

H.S. Athletic Background

Has played baseball and basketball in the past.
2023: MaxPreps National Player of the Year semifinalist. Carried Walton to a 14-1 record and an appearance in Georgia's AAAAAAA title game. Threw for 3,835 yards, completing 63.6% of his passes with 50 TD to go against 6 INT.
2022: Georgia Region 5-AAAAAA Player of the Year. Cobb County Offensive Player of the Year. As a junior, completed 194 of 305 pass attempts (63.6%) for 3,520 yards with 37 TD and 12 INT. Also carried the ball 50 times for 77 yards and 5 TD. Led Walton to a 10-3 record and the third round of the playoffs after an upset of Buford. In season-opener against Mill Creek, threw for a school-record 425 yards. Also tossed a school-record 98-yard score against Brookwood.
2021: Took over for starter Zak Roszman in the playoffs. Ended up starting a trio of games. Completed 100 of 166 pass attempts (60.6%) for 1,781 yards with 15 TD and 5 INT.
-Andrew Ivins


  • Randy Hecklinski Father

    QB at Bowling Green (1993-1994).

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