|Hometown:||Fort Worth, Texas|
|High School:||Keller Central H.S.|
2011: Started all 10 games at wide receiver for A&M-Commerce, earning Lone Star Conference honorable mention honors ... Lone Star Conference Academic Player of the Year ... First team Capital One Academic All-American ... A&M-Commerce Dr. Jesse Hawthorne Male Athlete of the Year Award co-winner ... Finishes his career with 125 receptions, ranking fourth all-time on the Lion receiving list, for 1,549 yards and six touchdowns ... Caught 58 passes on the year, tying Victor Bennett (2004) for the single-season record in Lion football history ... Compiled 561 yards on the season with a pair of touchdowns ... Ranked third in the Lone Star Conference in receptions per game (5.8) and 10th in receiving yards per game (56.1) ... Had a career-best game against Ouachita Baptist (Sept. 22), hauling in 10 catches for 92 yards and a touchdown ... Surpassed 1,000 career receiving yards in the season-opener against Upper Iowa (Sept. 3) catching three passes for 27 yards ... Posted seven catches for 85 yards and a touchdown against Midwestern State (Sept. 17) at Cowboys Stadium ... Also had seven catches against Incarnate Word (Oct. 8) and at Tarleton State (Oct. 15), notching his 100th career reception against the Texans ... Returned 17 punts for 149 yards, including a 47-yard return against Eastern New Mexico (Nov. 5) ... Joined his brother Marcus as a Capital One Academic All-District IV first team selection ... Named A&M-Commerce's Ernest Hawkins Offensive Player of the Year ... Top Male Senior GPA Award winner.
2010: Played all 11 games with six starts for A&M-Commerce ... Ranked third on the team in both receptions (28) and yards (351) ... Posted his best performance of the season at Central Oklahoma (Oct. 30), hauling in six passes for 90 yards ... Racked up 52 yards on three receptions against East Central (Nov. 6), including his season-long 30-yard reception ... Caught four passes for 43 yards at Northeastern State (Oct. 9) ... Had three or more receptions in six games ... Led the Lions with 10 punt returns on the year for 84 yards ... Returned a punt 36 yards at Central Oklahoma (Oct. 30), setting up an A&M-Commerce touchdown that put the Lions up 10-0.
2009: Led the team with 491 yards receiving and four touchdowns ... Had 19 punt returns for 91 yards to lead the Lions ... Second on the team with 591 all-purpose yards ... Caught two touchdown passes, including the game winner with two seconds to go to defeat Central Oklahoma (Sept. 26) ... Finished with three receptions for 58 yards against the Bronchos ... Made three catches for 63 yards, including a 47-yard touchdown reception in the win over Southwest Oklahoma State (Oct. 31) ... Had three receptions for 49 yards and a game-tying touchdown against Abilene Christian (Sept. 12) ... Had two catches for 30 yards against Northeastern State (Oct. 3).
2008: Blocked a team-high four kicks, including two at Northeastern State (Oct. 4) en route to LSC North Division Special Teams Player of the Week honors ... Completed a 20-yard pass for a touchdown and hauled in four receptions for a season-high 54 yards against Southwest Oklahoma State (Nov. 8).
Prior to A&M-Commerce: A three-year starter and three-time all-district selection at Keller Central High School, where he had 161 catches for 2,503 yards and 14 touchdowns ... A two-time district leader in receptions and in yards and selection to the Fort Worth Star Telegram Super Team ... Recognized as team Offensive Back of the Year as a sophomore and as a junior.
Personal: Born March 21, 1989 ... Son of Gary and Lori Fore ... Brother, Marcus is a sophomore defensive back ... Kinesiology major.
Fore's A&M-Commerce Career Highs
Receptions: 10, vs. Ouachita Baptist (Sept. 22, 2011)
Yards: 92, vs. Ouachita Baptist (Sept. 22, 2011)
Longest Reception: 47 yards, vs. Southwest Oklahoma State (Oct. 31, 2009)
Touchdowns: 1, six times (last vs. Midwestern State, Sept. 17, 2011)
Punt Returns: 5, at Angelo State (Aug. 29, 2010)
Return Yards: 52, vs. Eastern New Mexico (Nov. 5, 2011)
Longest Return: 47 yards, vs. Eastern New Mexico (Nov. 5, 2011)