Bobby Hunter

Bobby is a native Nevadan who graduated from Bishop Manogue High School where he was a 4-year student-athlete who played both basketball and football. After high school, he received a full-ride scholarship to play basketball at Oregon Tech (NAIA, 12’) where the Hustlin’ Owls won the National Championship and he was named MVP of the tournament. One year later, he transferred to Gainesville, Florida, and continued to pursue his Division I dream. His pursuit earned him a scholarship at Santa Fe Community College where he led the country in scoring. Bobby’s commitment, dedication, sacrifices and hard work finally paid off when he earned a Division I scholarship to Illinois State University (ISU 15’) where he was a 2-year starter and captain for the Redbirds. After college, he moved on to play overseas in China for a season.
Bobby has continued his passion for the game by coaching youth and high school basketball players. His Reno Ballers 8th Grade “Goonies” went 37-1 and were ranked #6 on the West Coast in the Mountain West Conference in 2017. Bobby was the Head Coach for Reno High School’s JV team who went 25-2 in the 2017-2018 season.
Bobby is a dedicated coach who wholeheartedly commits to helping community youth and has a genuine passion for helping athletes of all skill levels step up their game. In his spare time, Bobby enjoys cooking huge breakfasts, road-tripping and hiking with his family.