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Cade Fortin News & Bio


Name:Cade Fortin
Hometown:Suwanee, GA
High School:North Gwinnett
Recruit Rating:3 Stars
Height/Weight:6-3, 210
Position:Quarterback
Notes:Football

Coach Phil Longo on UNC's Quarterbacks
This spring, UNC Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach Phil Longo went through 15 practices with two redshirt freshmen quarterbacks, Cade Fortin and Jace Ruder, and one true...

Mack Brown, Tar Heels spend spring training inexperienced QBs
The Tar Heels are coming out of spring practice with redshirt freshmen quarterbacks in Cade Fortin and Jace Ruder. There’s also a true freshman in...

UNC's Good Problem at Quarterback
UNC quarterbacks Jace Ruder, Cade Fortin, and Sam Howell showed the ability to fit the ball in tight windows, get rid of the ball quickly,...

Breaking Down UNC's Quarterback Position
After the departure of Nathan Elliott and junior Chazz Surratt switching from quarterback to linebacker, three quarterbacks are left competing for UNC's starting job. Those...

The First Step for Mack Brown is Finding a Quarterback
Mack Brown’s five-year contract at North Carolina means there is not immediate pressure, but the newest member of the College Football Hall of Fame has...

Athlon's Top 2018 UNC Football Plays and Players
The 2018 North Carolina football season will be remembered as the one that ended Larry Fedora’s run in Chapel Hill. a 2-9 season didn't feature...

Fortin throws good fortune UNC’s way, but can’t avoid another heartbreaking finish for the Tar Heels
The wait for the return of promising true-freshman quarterback Cade Fortin finally ended Saturday. The wait for one of his receivers to catch an open-field...

Cade Fortin Recovers From Slow Start, Builds Toward Next Year
Freshman quarterback Cade Fortin got his second career start Saturday in North Carolina’s 34-28 loss to NC State, and after a slow start, the Georgia...

Video: UNC Players Post-NC State Locker Room Interviews
North Carolina’s football season came to a close Saturday after the Tar Heels fell to N.C. State, 34-28, in overtime at Kenan Stadium. The Tar...

Tar Heels Fall in OT to NCSU in Season Finale
North Carolina suffered another tough defeat to cap a difficult season, falling to N.C. State 34-28 in overtime Saturday at Kenan Stadium. The Tar Heels...


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