Prep / Juco Highlights
Will have three years' eligibility remaining at Georgia.
Forte averaged a team-high 22.5 points in 2013 for Howard College, which went 30-7 and reached the quarterfinals of the NJCAA tournament in Hutchinson, Kan.
That average ranked fourth nationally among all Division I junior college players.
Also averaged 7.5 rebounds and shot 63 percent from the field during his only season with the Hawks.
Before the season Forte was ranked as the No. 33 junior college prospect in the country, by Jucorecruiting.com.
After the season he was named to the NJCAA All-Region V team.
Graduated in 2012 from McClintock High School in Tempe, where he scored 36.2 points and pulled down 12.7 rebounds for a team that reached the Arizona Class 4A state championship game.
Was twice been named to the All-Arizona team by the Arizona Republic newspaper, and as a junior he was named the area Player of the Year by the East Valley Tribune in Tempe.
Full Name: Cameron Dakota Forte
Birthdate/Birthplace: June 26, 1993 in Phoenix, Ariz.
Favorite TV Show: Teen Wolf
Websites I Have Bookmarked: ESPN, Twitter
Favorite Video Games: NBA 2K
Favorite Foods: Mexican
Non-Basketball Interests: Music and Art
Role Models: My dad
Proudest Athletic Accomplishment: Winning state in high school, All-Arizona top 5 in state
Favorite Academic Subject: English
Most Challenging Subject: Math
Pre-Game Rituals: Listening to music
Post-Game Rituals: Praying
Sport I'd Most Like to Try: Football
Superstitions: I do the same thing every game; switch up if we lose.
Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh Hardest: Kenny Gaines
My Most Prized Possession: State championship ring
When I was young and playing ball, I pretended I was: Allen Iverson
Favorite NBA Team: New York Knicks
Favorite NBA Player: Carmelo Anthony
Favorite Non-Basketball Athlete: Peyton Manning
I Chose My Jersey Number Because: There were no other good numbers available.
I Chose to Attend UGA Because: It was a great opportunity to be surrounded with good people and great coaches that help to put players into the next level.
What Drives Me to Excel in Basketball: Family, Goals, Future