Cade Fortin - Football - Arkansas Razorbacks

#10 Cade Fortin

QB | R-Sr | 6-3 | 218 | Suwanee, Ga. | North Gwinett HS / South Florida

At South Florida
Saw action in five games, including two starts … Completed 12 passes for 91 yards versus Florida (Sept. 11) … Completed seven passes for 41 yards and ran for 23 more yards on 5 attempts at NC State (Sept. 2) … Recorded a nine-yard pass versus Temple (Oct. 23) … Finished 5-for-9 and 42 yards, including a 20-yard long, and a touchdown against Tulane (Nov. 19).

2020 (REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE): Saw action in two games (at Cincinnati and vs. Tulsa) and was limited by injury for much of the season… completed 4-of-8 passes for 39 yards and ran four times for 39 yards on the year… led the offense for a series at Cincinnati and completed 2-of-6 passes for 14 yards… had his best performance of the year vs. Tulsa, guiding the Bulls on a touchdown drive that saw him complete 2-of-2 passes for 25 yards and run four times for 39 yards before being knocked out of the game on his final run in the series… the Bulls completed the 72-yard scoring drive with a touchdown pass.

At North Carolina
Entered the transfer portal prior to the start of the season… had official visits to Syracuse, Kansas and Vanderbilt before joining USF.

2018 (FRESHMAN): Appeared in four games and made two starts as a true freshman, prior to redshirting… went 23-of-65 for 388 yards and a touchdown on the year, while rushing for 76 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries… saw his first action at East Carolina and went 3-of-6 for 15 yards and added a 17-yard run…totaled 97 yards on 10-of-18 passing to go along with 44 yards rushing against Virginia Tech…threw for 276 yards and a touchdown versus NC State… also saw action in the Duke game.

HIGH SCHOOL: Rated a four-star prospect by, which listed him as the No. 17 player nationally at his position and the No. 39 player in Georgia… also was considered the No. 19 pro-style quarterback and the No. 50 player in Georgia by the 247Sports composite… ranked No. 34 at his position and No. 74 in Georgia by Rivals… missed most of his senior season due to injury… during his junior campaign, he threw for 1,841 yards and 16 TDs and ran for 512 yards and three scores while leading the Bulldogs to a state championship victory… played in the Georgia Elite All-Star Classic following his junior season…was nominated for the 2018 U.S. Army All-American Bowl prior to his senior year…a 4.0 student in high school…coached by Bill Stewart.

PERSONAL: Born Feb. 28, 1999 in Atlanta, Ga…. son of Troy and Debi Fortin…has one brother and two sisters… his uncle, Roman Fortin, played football at San Diego State and played 12 seasons in the NFL as an offensive lineman with the Chargers, Lions and Falcons… his cousin, Turner Fortin, played football at Georgia from 2014-18… his sister, Alexa, is a setter on the Georgia volleyball team… enjoys playing golf and video games…majoring in communication.