Heban played in all 48 games with 38 starts from 2010-2013. He finished his career with 275 tackles, 189 solo, with two sacks (16 yards), 13.5 tackles for loss (45 yards), nine interceptions (118 yards), 23 pass breakups, three fumble recoveries and one forced fumble. Heban's nine INTs are tied for eighth on Indiana's career list. He graduated with a bachelor of science degree in exercise science in May 2013.
2013 Honors: Elected team captain along with Ted Bolser and Kofi Hughes ... candidate for the Senior CLASS Award and the AFCA Good Works Team ... received the Hoosier Iron Award for outstanding weight room performance ... Indiana's Big Ten Sportsmanship Award honoree ... Academic All-Big Ten selection.
2013 (Senior): Started all 12 games ... posted 82 tackles, 57 solo, 1.5 tackles for loss, three interceptions (24 yards), four pass breakups, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery ... led team in INTs, finished second in solo stops and third in overall tackles ... ended year 19th in Big Ten in tackles, fifth among defensive backs, and shared lead among DBs in solos ... finished with game-high honors in tackles three times and reached double digits on two occasions (five in career) ... made a game-high 12 stops, including a career-high 10 solos, at Michigan ... collected a game-high 12 tackles, nine solo, in win over Bowling Green ... recorded second career two-interception game against Missouri ... added a game-high eight stops, seven solo ... delivered nine tackles, seven solo against Navy and seven stops with first career forced fumble at No. 17 Wisconsin ... broke up a pair of passes with six tackles and one TFL in victory over Illinois ... recovered the fumble against Minnesota ... two-time IU defensive player of the week (Indiana State and Missouri) ... IU special teams player of the week (Minnesota) ... nine-time game captain.
2012 Honors: Second team All-Big Ten honoree by 247Sports.com ... received honorable mention All-Big Ten from the league's media ... named Indiana's Teammate of the Year ... Academic All-Big Ten selection.
2012 (Junior): Played the first five games at nickel back, where he started three times ... moved to safety and started the final seven games ... led team with 91 tackles, 68 solo, three interceptions and eight pass breakups (tied) ... added one sack, seven tackles for loss (24 yards) and one fumble recovery ... finished 12th in the Big Ten with 7.6 tackles per game, tops among defensive backs, tied for fifth in interceptions and tied for 11th in passes defended ... recorded three double-digit tackle games and reached eight stops six times ... led team in tackles six times ... posted a career-high 13 stops at Navy and again the following weekend in win at Illinois ... also made nine solos with one TFL against the Midshipmen and seven solos with a half-tackle for loss and one fumble recovery against the Fighting Illini ... delivered 10 tackles, nine solo, at Penn State ... collected nine stops apiece and one interception against No. 8 Ohio State (eight solo) and at Purdue (seven solo) ... picked off a pass in the end zone against the Buckeyes and returned an INT 71 yards against the Boilermakers ... recorded eight tackles, seven solo, with one tackle for loss and two PBUs against Ball State ... seven stops, six solo, with one sack and two TFLs against Wisconsin ... made an interception with one stop for loss at Northwestern ... four-time IU defensive player of the week ... three-time IU special teams player of the week.
2011 Honors: Capital One Academic All-District V team member ... named Indiana's Special Ops Player of the Year (special teams) ... received Indiana's Academic Excellence Award ... Academic All-Big Ten selection.
2011 (Sophomore): Earned a scholarship prior to the 2011 season ... started all 12 games and led the team with two interceptions ... shared the team lead with six pass breakups and finished third with 62 tackles and 39 solo stops ... added his first career sack, 1.5 tackles for loss and first career fumble recovery ... paced the team in tackles against Virginia and Penn State ... registered at least six stops on six occasions ... finished with a team-high seven tackles to go along with two INTs and one PBU against Virginia ... nine tackles apiece in the season opener vs. Ball State and against Penn State (eight solos) ... made eight stops with a half-TFL and one pass breakup at No. 12 Michigan State ... two-time IU defensive player of the week (Ball State and Virginia) ... two-time IU special teams player of the week (Virginia and Penn State) ... Iowa game captain.
2010 Honors: Selected to ESPN.com All-Freshman team ... Academic All-Big Ten selection.
2010 (Freshman): Joined the team as a walk-on during preseason camp ... appeared in all 12 games at cornerback and on special teams ... started four of the final five games ... shared the team lead with five passes broken up and made 40 tackles, 25 solo, 3.5 tackles for loss and one interception ... broke up three passes with eight stops, five solo, and one TFL in first career start against Northwestern ... collected six tackles with a diving interception against No. 15 Iowa ... carded seven stops at No. 6 Wisconsin ... made five tackles with 1.5 tackles for loss in Old Oaken Bucket win at Purdue ... six-time IU special teams player of the week and one of the Hoosiers Special Teams Players of the Year.
2009: Did not play football ... pitcher for the 2010 Hoosier baseball team ... southpaw made two appearances, going 1 1/3 innings and surrendering two hits and one earned run ... made his Indiana debut at Morehead State ... fastball clocked at 90 miles per hour.
Prep/Personal: Three-year starter as a cornerback and running back for head coach Grant Zgunda at Delta High School ... named to the 2008 Indiana Football Coaches Association Top 50 team ... selected all-state as a senior and competed in the North/South game ... 2008 National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete winner for Central Indiana ... named team MVP as a senior after leading the state of Indiana in interceptions with 11, accumulating 1,095 rushing yards, 369 receiving yards and scoring 21 touchdowns ... earned Academic All-State honors as a senior ... played football, baseball and basketball all four years while earning nine varsity letters ... awarded Academic All-Conference honors nine times ... all-conference six times ... selected to the 2009 all-state baseball team as an outfielder and competed in the North/South game ... can dunk a basketball from standing flat-footed ... parents are Norb and Pattie Heban ... Gregory Anthony Heban was born on Nov. 4, 1991.
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