A steady possession receiver who came to Cal in 2001 after a prolific JC career ... missed spring practice due to sore right hamstring, an injury he has battled since his arrival in Berkeley ... 2001 ... did not make any game appearances and redshirted ... 2000 ... sat out the first two games of the year with a hamstring injury, returning for limited action at Fresno State ... playing time slowly increased the next two weeks ... had his first catch of the year - a 9-yarder - at Arizona State ... most of his production came late in the year with five of his seven catches in the last three games ... had two receptions for 45 yards, including a 10-yard TD pass for Cal's first score against Oregon State ... also hauled in a pair of catches at Oregon and had an 11-yard reception vs. Stanford.
Junior College/High School/Personal: Had a huge sophomore season in 1999, leading the state JC ranks with 86 catches for 1,616 yards ... averaged 18.8 yards per reception ... also had 17 touchdowns, which ranked second among all California state JC receivers ... earned first team All-America honors by JC Gridwire ... also was an all-state recipient as named by the coaches association ... best performance was a 9-catch, 265-yard, 4-TD game vs. College of the Desert ... finished with 126 career receptions, 2,278 career yards and 25 career TDs in his two-year stint at Glendale CC ... ranked as the No. 66 JC prospect in the country by SuperPrep ... originally attended St. Francis HS where he earned first team Mission League honors in 1997 ... American studies major ... father, Mark, played football at Nebraska and coached at Washington State for two years, Nebraska for two years and Missouri for nine seasons ... born May 3, 1980 in Columbia, MO.
Heydorff's Career Statistics
Year Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2000 7 89 12.7 1 35