Rob Heyer
Rob  Heyer

RS Senior

Worland, Wyo.

High School:
Worland HS

Last College:
Texas-Permian Basin

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 206




Heyer Signs with Pro Team

Rob Heyer will become Boise State's 10th active professional basketball player when he suits up for the Latrobe Demons


Broncos Going Pro

Four former Broncos have signed professional contracts with others still weighing their options


Boise State Has 82 Earn MW Scholar-Athlete Award

Women's swimming and diving leads the way with 13 recipients


Boise State Has 82 Earn MW Scholar-Athlete Award

Women's swimming and diving leads the way with 13 recipients


Boise State Places 91 on Spring Academic All-MW Team

The Bronco women’s swimming and diving team led the way among the 10 sports with 23 selections.


NCAA First Round Press Conference

Boise State Broncos Derrick Marks, Rob Heyer, Nick Duncan, and Head Coach Leon Rice at the NCAA First Round Press Conference in Dayton, Ohio.


Ready to Answer the Call

Boise State basketball knows being ready isn't what you do once you get called on. Being ready is what you do to ensure it's your name that gets called.


Boise State vs. Dayton (USATSI)

Broncos Fall to Dayton in NCAA First Round, 56-55


Photo Gallery

Boise State took on Dayton in the NCAA Tournament First Round March 18, 2015.


NCAA Tournament First Round Day 1

Boise State men's basketball participated in a press conference and an open practice at the NCAA Tournament First Round.


Boise State vs Wyoming MW Semifinal

Boise State fell in the semifinals of the MW Championship March 13, 2015, against Wyoming.


Boise State vs Air Force MW Championship QF

Boise State defeated Air Force 80-68 March 12, 2015, in the quarterfinals of the Mountain West Championship.

Heyer Game-by-Game (2014-15) Get Acrobat Reader

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RS SENIOR (2014-15): Only Bronco to appear in all 34 games, made five starts...took team-high 14 charges...ranked third on team with 107 rebounds, second in offensive rebounds with 43...played 27 minutes in debut against San Diego (Nov. 14), second most on the team...tallied 10 points, four rebounds, two assists, two blocks and took two charges in win...played 31 minutes in double-overtime win against Montana (Nov. 18)...scored two points, tied for team high with six rebounds, had two assists and took a charge...played 10 minutes at No. 3 Wisconsin (Nov. 22)...made first start of Boise State career and played 38 minutes against Idaho (Nov. 25)...led team with seven rebounds and two steals against Vandals while scoring eight points...played 27 minutes in overtime win against Houston (Dec. 22), scoring 11 points with five coming in the extra period...six points on 2-of-3 shooting from three-point range against Loyola (Dec. 23)...played 20 minutes at Colorado State (Dec. 31), scored nine points on 4-of-4 shooting and grabbed five rebounds...played 28 minutes against UNLV (Jan. 13), including final 21...scored nine points and had four rebounds...Broncos outscored Rebels 62-44 in his 28 minutes on floor, UNLV had 29-20 advantage in other 17 minutes...played 30 minutes off the bench at Air Force (Jan. 24), scored six points on 3-of-3 shooting, with four offensive rebounds and two assists...23 minutes off the bench against Colorado State (Jan. 27)...career-high eight rebounds at Utah State (Feb. 3) plus a blocked shot...made crucial three-pointer against San Diego State (Feb. 8) plus came up with four rebounds (two offensive) and one blocked shot in 30 minutes...three-pointer came with 14:16 left, stopped 10-0 Aztecs run and put Broncos up seven, started 10-2 Boise State run...career-high 12 points against Air Force (Feb. 11) to go with three rebounds, two assists and two steals...nine points on 3-of-3 shooting at Fresno State (Feb. 14)...played 20 minutes at UNLV (Feb. 18), tallied four points and three rebounds, including game-winning basket with 2:44 to go...six points, four rebounds in 24 minutes against Nevada (Feb. 21)...six points and seven rebounds in 29 minutes at No. 24/22 San Diego State (Feb. 28)...career-high 15 points on 5-of-7 shooting at San José State (March 4)...perfect from the field for 11 points against Air Force in MW Championship (March 12)...eight points, five rebounds against Wyoming in semifinal (March 13)...five points, three rebounds against Dayton in NCAA Tournament First Round (March (18)...earned Mountain West Scholar-Athlete Award...named to NABC Honors Court.

SENIOR (2013-14): Redshirt season...sat out per NCAA transfer rules...named to NABC Honors Court.

Texas-Permian Basin (2012-13): Started 24 games for the Falcons...averaged 9.9 points and 5.8 rebounds per game...led team in scoring four times and rebounding six times...played 31.4 minutes per game...shot 44.3 percent from the field, including 40.5 percent from three-point range...sank 59-of-73 free throws (.808)...led team with 30 steals.

Sheridan JC (2010-12): Appeared in 32 games as a sophomore for the Generals...averaged 11.3 points and 4.8 rebounds per game...shot 69 percent from the floor, including 42 percent from three-point range...led Sheridan to a 25-7 record and an appearance in the Region IX quarterfinals...played in 29 contests in first year at Sheridan...averaged 3.6 points and 2.4 rebounds per outing...team went 24-10, falling in the Region IX title game.

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Worland under head coach Kermit Sweeny...Wyoming 3A Player of the Year as a senior...averaged 21 points, 12 rebounds, three assists and three steals per game...shot 68 percent from the floor...also an all-state selection as a junior...averaged 14 points and 12 rebounds per contest...named all-conference as a sophomore, after scoring 17 points and 12 rebounds per game...averaged four points and four rebounds per game as a freshman...scored 1339 points and grabbed 860 rebounds in prep career...also lettered three times in football...member of the National Honor Society.

Major: Psychology


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